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Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia

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Located along Telok Blangah Drive, this stall serves Chicken Feet Noodles.

Sat - Thu: 07:00 - 19:00

Closed: Fri

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Not sure why the long queue - Find it average

After queuing for a good 25 minutes, I finally got my hand on the plate of Char Siew Wanton Mee ($3/$4). When I received my plate of wanton mee, in a moment of eagerness to dig into it I forgot to pay for it. The auntie was very patient and politely reminded me after I helped myself to the pork lards.

So how did the plate of Char Siew Wanton Mee fare ? The noodles was firm and springy with a nice bite. Sad to say that is all about it that I found memorable. Both the char siew and chilli sauce were lackluster. I find it hard to explain to myself the reason for the snaking queue.

The cloudy Wanton Soup ($3) was flavourful and robust. The wanton skin was smooth and thin. The filling was rather flavourful and well marinated too.

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• 07 Mar 2015 • 221 reviews • 19 followers

Not sure why the long queue - Find it average

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After queuing for a good 25 minutes, I finally got my hand on the plate of Char Siew Wanton Mee ($3/$4). When I received my plate of wanton mee, in a moment of eagerness to dig into it I forgot to pay for it. The auntie was very patient and politely reminded me after I helped myself to the pork lards.

So how did the plate of Char Siew Wanton Mee fare ? The noodles was firm and springy with a nice bite. Sad to say that is all about it that I found memorable. Both the char siew and chilli sauce were lackluster. I find it hard to explain to myself the reason for the snaking queue.

The cloudy Wanton Soup ($3) was flavourful and robust. The wanton skin was smooth and thin. The filling was rather flavourful and well marinated too.

For full review and photo, go to www.sgfoodonfoot.com
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• 23 Jan 2015 • 339 reviews • 3 followers

Good Wantan Noodles at Telok Blangah!

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I have driven past this hawker centre at Telok Blangah several times and I came here on a recent Saturday for lunch to see what's available here.

I spotted this Wantan noodle stall with a long queue. On its storefront was also many newspaper articles and awards. I thus joined the queue.

I ordered Wantan Noodles dry with an extra serving of wantan.

The verdict: The char siew was delicious. noodles were al dente and the wantan were also good. 

The coupld have been selling the noodles for over 30 years and start  their day from 6pm till 2pm when their daughter takes over and sell the noodles till 8pm at night. The lady owner assures me that the quality is consistent although her daughter cooks in the afternoon, as her daughter used to run her stall in another location.

Recommended!
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• 29 Mar 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

over rated noodle

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fair noodle n plain wanton soup, not so tasty like e reviews showing there. disappointed. auntie seems to be in a impatient manner. Onli nice part is e bbq pork..
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