Overall, the stall’s comforting wanton mee and warm service make a winning combination that’s worth getting up early for!
The char siew, although not caramelised, was sweet and tender and complemented the noodles very well.
This is a place to go to if you are hankering for really good noodles bathed in a tasty sauce!
The meat was fragrant, flavourful and tender as well, without being gamey. Worthy of their Bib Gourmand listing. Nice.
It was worth the wait, especially with that savory, peppery, and aromatic broth: reminiscent of sup kambing but slightly more clear.
for me it was good as before! perfecto!
Very simple and tasty flavours, moderately savoury spicy with soft chewy noodles, normal bouncy fishballs, and crispy and fragrant lard. I can see why it’s a favourite in the neighbourhood, with solid reliable old school and not too forward flavours.
It’s no wonder many residents come flocking to 昇记 Sheng Ji Fishball Noodle! There’s not only good food to look forward to, but stellar customer service as well! Now I’m having high expectations of their fried kway teow as well, which means I’ll be back here in the near future!
The Three Treasure Mala Special Noodles boasted really quite nice roasts, with sweet, caramelly, charred and tender char siew, thick, smoky and honeyed Chinese sausage, and savoury and balanced sio bak with a solid crackling. The only thing was the sio bak came in sizes that were too small to be satisfying. The noodles were crunchy, and had a gentle sweetness and spiciness, and some ma la fragrance without the ma la numbness.
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There’s definitely some truth to long lines in Singapore that goes beyond reputation (aka just solid good food that needs to be appreciated more). Whether you’re dropping by Kim Huat Wanton Mee for breakfast or lunch, you won’t be disappointed!
This old-school wanton mee was not bad, with some savouriness from the oyster sauce, some sweetness from the char siew and some fragrance from the pork lard. The char siew was sticky and sweet, and the shui jiao full and tasty with a whole prawn within. 7.5/10.
Soon Li is the only yong tau foo stall open in the dead of night, so they're top dog by elimination.
To be honest, I wouldn’t take the trouble to travel all the way to Bukit Merah just for yong tau foo in the middle of the night. It’s not as impressive as I expected it to be. However, since this hawker stall is so popular, you might wanna give it a try.