Speaking about wanton noodle, there are certainly a number of stalls that you can easily find from cheap and good to high end pricing.
Different strokes for different folks. Some like the noodle texture to be springy, some goes for the char siew taste while some focus on the gravy sauce. To me, definitely it would be ideal to find one that encompasses all of the above traits.
I tried many different variations of the wanton noodle islandwide and so far, the one stall that impresses me the most is none other than Fei Fei Roasted Noodle located in Yuhua Village Market Food Centre.
Their char siew is by far the most solid and champion with its thick honey glazed gravy and especially the charred portion that gives it the power umami taste. Their noodles are springy with the “QQ” texture coupled with the gravy sauce. Needless to say, it goes extremely well with their tasty soup base coupled with generous serving of the wanton (wrapped with meat and shrimp).
Having said that, it comes with a hefty “price”. You will need to brave the super long queue in order to enjoy this dish. Usually, it is a norm to queue at least 45 mins. Their stall hours are from 9.30am to about 12pm (closed on Sunday) or until the char siew sold out. From experience, their char siew usually sells out by 11am!
You may be pleased to know that you are able to buy their char siew on its own too. Per kg cost $36.
So, if you intend to try this out in future when you are near the vicinity, remember to come early. I am sure it will be worth your while to do so. No regrets for sure! 😉