June 30, 2013

Kok Kee Wanton Noodle, Singapore…wanton mee with an addictive concoction

TWhile we call it “wanton noodle” and it seems as if wanton is the star, it is the the complete opposite. The star of the show is the noodle and the sauce that it is mixed in. The noodles has an egg fragrance and not so springy or QQ as the Chinese termed it. The magic lies in the flavourful secret elixir – a thin light soup/gravy/sauce (I can’t decide which) with a gentle sweetness – which  transforms the entire dish to be tasty and addictive.

The portions are very small – the wanton are really just bite sized – but the flavors are very big.

Kok Kee is plaqued by epically huge massive queues. Makes you wonder if they’re deliberately keeping the queues long. Ridiculous. This is the true truth as I say it as it is…

kok kee wanton noodle


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