Saturday, November 16, 2019

Hao Hao Noodle House : old school Wanton Mee

This is supposedly a popular stall run by a husband and wife team in this food centre and it happened to be one of the few stalls that were opened on a Monday with a short queue. I decided to join in and ordered a large portion of Wanton Mee for $3.50 with braised chicken feet together with a bowl of Dumpling Soup for $4. I handed over $10 but was told, it is not enough as the total cost is $10.50. I was a little taken aback and did not quite expect the small portion of braised chicken feet to be $3.00. 

I took a mouthful and frowned. My dining companion said, "I will eat it. You can go order the Bak Chor Mee at 黄大福." He said, "I could taste the alkaline taste. The portion of noodles is quite a lot and that might be the likely reason why there is a queue. It did not have much sauce underneath that pile of noodles." He took another mouthful and said, "There is a fragrance of the lard oil."He also said, "The braised chicken feet did not have much flavor and not soft enough." The noodles were cooked well to the desired texture but those pieces of char siew were very lean and tasted a bit too dry. 

The wantons and dumplings were served together in a bowl of soup. Both tasted just fine though not particularly memorable. 

There is another stall serving Wanton Mee in the same food centre and it is supposedly better.

116 Commonwealth Crescent #02-83 Commonwealth Crescent Food Centre SINGAPORE 149644
Operating Hours: 7.00 am to 2.00 pm (Daily)


  1. The corner one? I actually liked this stall.

  2. I think the stall name is Jian Kang Noodles. Any good?

  3. not sure about the other stall but I like this hao hao stall. the porridge also not bad.

  4. I love this soup. The noodle is surprisingly looks tasty. I will visit there in this months.