Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House sells wanton noodles for the most part, with the wantons served deep fried and crispy.
I came here recently to try its wan ton mee after a friend recommended the stall to me. Their wanton mee was average but I felt the noodles had a good texture. It is kept simple and homemade. Expect nothing fanciful. One of the dishes that I would order usually on top of the wanton noodles is the fried wantons which are fried to golden brown perfection but not too oily. It is simply delectable. I didn't really like the chairs nor the squeezy area which made my dining experience rather uncomfortable. However, the stall owner was attentive and accommodating. I told him that I didn't want any chili and he took note of it. I was quite pleased with that.
Probably the worst won ton noodles in Singapore. The portion, even the $6.50 plate, is tiny. The noodles taste mediocre and the won tons are nothing to shout about. Nothing but soy sauce and noodles. Something a child could put together. An utter disappointment. Just another commercialised place that prioritises profit.
I paid 6.50 for my noodles as I asked for more filling and the noodles to remain as a standard plate. The portion I got was similar to a 4.50 plate and the noodle was rubbery. I only had 4 pieces of small Charsiew and stems of their vegetable for a 6.50 plate. the soya sauce that the noodles were mixed with made me gag. When I asked the waiteress if the plate was worth 6.50, the seemingly non-english speaking waiteress walked away. Worst dining experience ever. It doesn't even deserve a star rating of any sort.