Saturday, November 24, 2007

Kok Kee Wanton Noodle


If you have eaten at Lavender Food Centre before, you would have noticed that the longest queue is the one in front of Kok Kee Wanton Noodle. And if you have looked at a plate of Kok Kee wanton mee before, you would agree with me that it looks so plain and simple, you really doubt if it tastes good. But if you have tasted Kok Kee wanton mee before, you would understand why it is so popular.


A plate of Kok Kee wanton mee costs either $3 or $4, more expensive than other wanton mee. The delicious noodles are rich in egg fragrance and splendidly springy in consistency. The magic of Kok Kee wanton mee lies in the special sauce that is poured on top of the noodles. This mouthwatering sauce is extraordinarily flavorful and complements the noodles so well that you can eat it without any chilli. The char siew and dumplings are also tasty and tender.

For all wanton mee lovers who cannot tolerate the spiciness of chilli, Kok Kee is just the right wanton mee for you. Unless you are a small eater, please order the $4 portion for a satisfying meal.

7.5/10

Kok Kee Wanton Noodle
Lavender Food Square #01-06
380 Jalan Besar
12pm to 2am
Closed every three weeks on Wednesdays and Thursdays

3 comments:

Xin Ping said...

There was once I queued for more than half an hour for this wanton noodle. But it is definitely worth it.

tay hung yong said...

I second that comment. Rare to find such nice noodles. Nowadays, hawkers try to compensate their noodles with mushroom sauce only.

raine said...

Hi. You should try out Soon Kee wanTon mee. It's located at cambridge road Blk 41A.

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