Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Da Jie Famous Wanton Mee

If you are a lover of Wanton Mee then you have probably heard of or even already tried this popular Wanton Mee or even their famous stewed Chicken Feet Noodle. I went on a weekday during lunch, the coffee shop was rather crowded and it was quite a task to get a table at that time and i ended up sharing with 2 ladies that were about to finish their plates of noodles. 

I used to take away their chicken feets for my late Grandpa as it was part of his usual favourits. I have never tasted it so i decided to try it for the first time by adding it to my plate of wanton mee for only $3.50. It was then served to my table in about 15 minutes. 

The nicely cooked egg noodle has got a nice bite. It was accompanied by a few stalks of vegetable, few slices of char siew, fried/soup wantons together with chicken feet and mushroom. 

As i requested to have additional chilli added, the level of spiciness was a little overwhelmed. I guess i should just stick to the usual level of spiciness next time.

It was my first time eating a chicken feet but it was quite an enjoyable experience though i did not particularly liked it. It was nicely stewed to give it just the right texture to have the desirable softness. That piece of braised mushroom was a favourite though.

I did not like the Char Siew though as it tasted slightly tough and dry. Hopefully it was just the one of their off days.

I prefer the soup wantons to the fried wantons that served in the lightly peppery soup.

Just a little advice, go earlier, to find a table easily as well as to avoid disappointment when they sold out early.

209 Jalan Besar SINGAPORE 208895
Operating Hours: 7:00 am to 2:00 pm (Monday to Saturday)

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