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Second time eating Koung’s Wan Tan Noodles! It tastes different from what I remembered it to be. It didnt leave a superb good impression on me the first time I ate it. After the second visit this time, my conclusion remains the same. It tastes quite pretty average?? Just that the char siew is charcoal roasted so got more taste than the normal wanton noodles. The chilli sauce is super duper spicy though. I didnt mix in all the chilli and I couldnt take it already. The chilli sauce also doesnt taste as good as Hoe Kee.

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Springy egg noodles with a firm bite that pairs perfectly with chilli and black sauce. Served with handmade wanton and perfectly charred char siew. The standard plate comes with chilli and special black sauce but I requested to have mine mixed with ketchup.

The noodles are well executed to a firm bite which managed to retain its firmness until I finish my plate of noodles. I like how the char siew is thickly sliced and not dry at all. The chilli is also not too spicy/overpowering. This is the place to go if you are looking for some old-school wanton mee but be prepared to wait as waiting time can go up to 30mins during peak hour 》$4.50

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w/ extra noodle & ingredients

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The regular $5 portion comes with sufficient noodles, & I didn't feel the need to add-on any more noods - which surprised me as I can have a hefty appetite. I might even recommend considering adding on ingredients to balance out the ratio.

The noodles are QQ & springy, & doesn't have the alkaline taste which some folks intensely dislike. Above average in terms of taste & texture. The "normal" chilli (amount & quantity) is spicy, & will probably make you sweat. I could feel it on first bite. The soup is nothing special, & the ingredients are 3 wantons of average-size, & a couple of slices of fatty & sweet charsiew.

So... Was it bad? No. Would I wait 25mins again for this? Hell no.

I'm not sure when I'll be back, but I guess you can try this if you have time to kill.

For context - I’m not really a wanton person to begin with... Feels like there is too little meat inside for me to love. But that's just my hot take.

No visible queue here at Koung's Wanton mee, but it took me a long time to get my dinner on a weekday night. Tragically, there was an invisible queue - while I perceived I was 2nd in line, this wasn't the reality. I waited 25 mins for the queue number to jump from 6 to 21 (although it’s not called in order).

They accept delivery orders for $1 extra via WhatsApp, so I guess that’s where the queue comes from. I was disappointed with the wait, especially since I was only here because my top choice next door was closed (owner fell sick), & there wasn't much around for a quick bite.

Wanton mee was springy and tossed in a dark sauce, reminds me a bit of tian xiang at margaret drive! The charsiew was not bad, I was thrown off by the red colouring but it’s actl p tender and tasty, I also liked that my portion was rather lean, as I don’t like so much fat. Comes with 3 boiled wantons (decent tasting, adequately filled with meat) in a mild peppery soup, and some greens. If you’re into lard u can ask them to scoop some on, the guy before me did that.

Overall I enjoyed the bowl, especially with the green chilli. I like it bc it’s of a similar style to tian xiang which we ate pretty frequently some time ago, but for both there’s nothing particularly outstanding, it’s just a nice reliable wanton mee that satisfies. It’s very popular tho, so be prepared to wait! They’ll give u a number tag and flash the number when the order is ready.