Chinese Food Wanton Mee 云吞面

Wanton noodle in Singapore includes noodles, leafy vegetables (preferably cai-xin), roast pork char siu and wonton. It is either served dry or in soup form with the former being more popular. If served dry, the wontons will be served in a separate bowl of soup. Shui jiao are served at some stalls and the original Hong Kong version is available at Cantonese restaurants and noodle joints. Some popular wonton mee stores is pontian wonton mee.

Fried wanton (wanton deep fried in oil) are sometimes served instead of the usual ones, as a variation to the popular dry wanton noodles. Usually mayonaise sauce is served with the fried wantons.


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