The best Wanton mee I have ever eaten and along with Teck Kee Hokkien Mee, they are my standard Tuesday lunches alternatively.
If I woke up early before 11am, I tend to go to Amoy Street Hawker Centre where I already introduced you Hong Kee beef noodles and fried char kuay teow earlier.
If not, I just have Hokkein Mee at my nearby Yuhua Food Centre.
Run by brother and sister team, what is so special about this Wanton mee is the thin texture of their noodles which are much thinner than most standard noodles you see at other competitor stalls.
Secondly, their roasted pork is cooked dark red to perfection in look and taste.
But their Wanton dumplings is pretty standard to me as they added a lot of hot soup and I have to wait for the dish to cool down before I can take a bite.
There are occasions when I ordered both Wanton Mee to eat there and Shredded Chicken Mee with mushrooms for takeaway to either home and office.
I tend to enjoy along with Soon Kuay – steamed and fried dumplings with radish and chilli sauce – from another Chinese snacks stall in same food center.
There used to be a sister stall at Maxwell Food Centre from 2006 to 2010 but not anymore now.
So if you see me there, chances of me appearing for Hokkien mee are zero and vice versa.
It all depends on what time I wake up and my mood of choice.