Fei Fei Wan Tan Mee King 飛飛雲吞麵大王 (Fei Fei Wan Tan Mee King)

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70 Joo Chiat Pl. (Sin Wah Coffeeshop)
Singapore, 427785
Noodles, Asian, Chinese

Foursquare Tips

  • Love going there for super
  • Grossly overrated! Dumpling soup cost $6.00 + GST for 6. Additional plain noodles cost $2.00 + GST
  • best place to eat after u drunk
  • Standard drop... Dated 2Jan2011.
  • Alwyn: Yong Tau Foo. You Tiao with mayo.
  • Finish your bowl of noodles, go back to the stall and place your empty bowl there for soup. See that the chef puts in enough sauce, and don't forget the spring onions!
  • Order the bbq cuttlefish rojak to accompany the wanton mee... ultimate shiok combi!
  • Try ordering wanton mee with black sauce in addition to ketchup/chilli.
  • Go after midnight. Good wanton mee, convenient for the East siders.
  • The soup is not served together with the noodles. Finish the noodles first and then have the soup added to the empty bowl. Remnants of the seasoning and chilli adds flavor to the otherwise bland soup.
  • Challenge yourself! Order a big bowl of wanton mee and add more noodles. Satisfaction guaranteed.
  • Handmade noodles is a long lost tradition. Despite the lack of presentation, I still love having the noodles with chilli or black sauce. Do get soup (ask for spring onions) aft u finish the noodles.
  • Don't think this type of ulu ulu won't have good food.. There's roti prata shop opened by 1 Indian couple.. Their roti prata are so crispy & their curry is nice! Should try it out!! :D
  • The rojak is yums too!
  • Lousy wanton mee! Living on it's history...
  • The otah is a must!
  • Most authentic ! This stall is one up, compared to the rest!
  • It's kind of over rated. But worth the try. As it's pretty delicious but not to the extent that u can't live without it... Hah... Enjoy ur wan tan mee...
  • Still the best wantan mee. Chilli is superb. Noodles just right, not too hard not too soft. Wantan is small but yummy. Charsiew is sliced thinly and not too charred or fatty.
  • Standard dropped. Noodles not as al dente as before