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Hock Kee Wanton NoodleHock Kee Wanton Noodle (29 July, 2017)

Hock Kee Wanton Noodle (GPS: 1.36718, 103.84002) is a popular hawker stall at Kebun Baru Food Centre in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore. My friend Evonne brought me here to try the wanton mee, which she likes very much. It was a fun trip and made even more fun because two of Evonne's friends, Bee Chan and Brian, have decided to join us as well.

On arriving at the stall, I saw a very long queue for the wanton noodle. Wow, this must be a very popular stall. Evonne ordered for us to try the dry-style wanton mee, the sui kao (prawn dumpling) soup and braised chicken feet - all de rigueur wanton noodle stall items. It was a very nice meal, although, slightly not warm enough anymore by the time we ate it, no fault of the hawker by our own, as I spent so much time taking photos of the wanton mee. The noodle is springy, or as well call it in cooking terms, al dente. This springiness comes from not overcooking the noodle, which would then make it soft.

I like my wanton noodle with sweet black soya sauce, whereas Evonne like us light coloured. Nevertheless I still enjoyed the wanton noodle here, even though not with sweet black soya sauce, because the noodle itself is so nicely done. For comparison sake, Evonne also brought over the wanton noodle and sui kao soup from another stall, Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodle, from Block 226B nearby. After trying both, I think I prefer the one from Tanjong Rhu, because the sui kao and its soup are more agreeable to my taste.

Hock Kee Wanton Noodle is just one of our many food stops that day, so, even though the noodle is tasty, I was forced to pace myself and not to finish the whole plate of it. As far as appearance goes, it looks exactly like the wanton mee in Penang.

I saw that the wanton noodle is selling for just S$3 per plate, which in my opinion is very reasonable (if you compare ringgit to S$) as you would be hard-pressed to find wanton noodle at RM3 on Penang Island these days.

We also ordered the wanton mee from another stall (but I couldn't remember the name of that stall) and tried both, for comparison. To be honest, I found the wanton mee from that stall to be just as good.

Hock Kee Wanton NoodleThe wanton mee from the famous Hock Kee Wanton Noodle stall in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore. (29 July, 2017)

Hock Kee Wanton NoodleSui Kao Soup at the Hock Kee Wanton Noodle (29 July, 2017)

Hock Kee Wanton NoodleHock Kee Wanton Noodle (29 July, 2017)

Hock Kee Wanton NoodleHere I am at Hock Kee Wanton Noodle in Ang Mo Kio (29 July, 2017)


Hock Kee Wanton Noodle
#01-05 Kebun Baru Food Centre,
226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22,
Singapore 568226

Hock Kee Wanton Noodle Stall is at Kebun Baru Food Centre, which is on the map of Ang Mo Kio

Kebun Baru Food Centre

GPS: 1.36718, 103.84002


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