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Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House (Sunshine Plaza)

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Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House sells wanton noodles for the most part, with the wantons served deep fried and crispy.
+65 68359212
$5 based on 25 submissions
Lunch (7 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (7 votes), Dinner (5 votes)
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Decently executed.

Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/04/parklane-zha-yun-tun-mee-house-sunshine.html

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House is located at Sunshine Plaza. Over the years, it had gained quite a number of fans including celebrities for its wanton mee. 

Previously, Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House had two outlets. One located in Sunshine Plaza and the other at North Bridge Road just opposite Bugis Junction Shopping Centre. Recently; 1 year ago, their second outlet at North Bridge Road closed. This means that they are now located only in Sunshine Plaza.

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House at Sunshine Plaza owns two units; directly opposite each other. There are lots of sitting capacity available

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House's revised menu. As you can see, they sell a wide variety of food. Their most well-known food are the Yun Tun Mee (Wanton Mee) and Fried Yun Tun (Fried Wanton).

The Fried Yun Tun Noodles comes in either $4 or $5. Regulars might notice that there has been a price increased since November 2011 . Previously, it was $3.50 or $4.50.

The Fried Yun Tun Noodles (Wanton Mee) was served with fried wantons, char siew and vegetables in dark soya sauce. The noodles was QQ, springy and well cooked. Mixed with the dark soya sauce, it was not dry and added flavour to the noodles. The char siew which is also an important ingredient in a plate of wanton mee was tender and flavourful However, some slices were slight hard.     The Fried Yun Tun (Fried Wanton) is a popular item in Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House. Many customers would order $2 worth of fried wantons to share. The fried wantons were addictive, however I wish that more meat was wrapped in it.

The  Fried Yun Tun Noodles (Wanton Mee) was also served with a small bowl of soup with two pieces of Yun Tun (Wantons) in it. 

Although the Old Cucumber Soup seemed full of ingredients, this was because it was served in a very small metal bowl. The ingredients include pork meat, old cucumber, carrot and wolf berries. I thought that the soup was real decent, but it was on the salty end.   Overall, I thought that the wanton mee was not bad and certainly worth making a trip down for it.
Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/04/parklane-zha-yun-tun-mee-house-sunshine.html

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• 11 Apr 2013 • 296 reviews • 11 followers

Decently executed.

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Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/04/parklane-zha-yun-tun-mee-house-sunshine.html

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House is located at Sunshine Plaza. Over the years, it had gained quite a number of fans including celebrities for its wanton mee. 

Previously, Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House had two outlets. One located in Sunshine Plaza and the other at North Bridge Road just opposite Bugis Junction Shopping Centre. Recently; 1 year ago, their second outlet at North Bridge Road closed. This means that they are now located only in Sunshine Plaza.

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House at Sunshine Plaza owns two units; directly opposite each other. There are lots of sitting capacity available

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House's revised menu. As you can see, they sell a wide variety of food. Their most well-known food are the Yun Tun Mee (Wanton Mee) and Fried Yun Tun (Fried Wanton).

The Fried Yun Tun Noodles comes in either $4 or $5. Regulars might notice that there has been a price increased since November 2011 . Previously, it was $3.50 or $4.50.

The Fried Yun Tun Noodles (Wanton Mee) was served with fried wantons, char siew and vegetables in dark soya sauce. The noodles was QQ, springy and well cooked. Mixed with the dark soya sauce, it was not dry and added flavour to the noodles. The char siew which is also an important ingredient in a plate of wanton mee was tender and flavourful However, some slices were slight hard.     The Fried Yun Tun (Fried Wanton) is a popular item in Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House. Many customers would order $2 worth of fried wantons to share. The fried wantons were addictive, however I wish that more meat was wrapped in it.

The  Fried Yun Tun Noodles (Wanton Mee) was also served with a small bowl of soup with two pieces of Yun Tun (Wantons) in it. 

Although the Old Cucumber Soup seemed full of ingredients, this was because it was served in a very small metal bowl. The ingredients include pork meat, old cucumber, carrot and wolf berries. I thought that the soup was real decent, but it was on the salty end.   Overall, I thought that the wanton mee was not bad and certainly worth making a trip down for it.
Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/04/parklane-zha-yun-tun-mee-house-sunshine.html

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• 19 Oct 2011 • 24 reviews • 0 follower

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Click this for review with pics and many more

Featured in many magazines and TV shows as one of the best wanton mee in Singapore, "Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House" says everything from their name.

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Fried Wanton Mee



Score: 4.0/5.0

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• 04 Sep 2011 • 49 reviews • 1 follower

Perhaps bad luck

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Couldn't quite decide what else to order besides the noodle with not much "references" around since business is quiet in the afternoon.

The fried wan ton was really crispy but the filling in it is quite pathetic (as you can see from the photo above). Charsiew was tender and sweet, nothing to complain about. The noodles were however a disappointment. Just imagine slurping maggie mee dipped in warm water. It was so bland I could hardly taste any soya sauce or flavour. Bad bad bad... The soup is salty and I amost forgot there was also wanton in it. But... however small the portion of the fried wan ton, it's undeniably tasty. Makes you want to have one after another like - potato chips.

Considering how many good reviews this place received, perhaps it was just our unlucky day to have not been able to enjoy a plate of good Wan Ton Mee.

For my original post, do click here.

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  • Their signature fried wanton mee

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