52 Amoy Street, Singapore 069878
Tel: 6221 1336
After visiting Wanton, Seng's Noodle Bar for the first time (review here), I have been back several times, bringing various friends to try.
For some reason, I really like their noodles. Anyway, I realize they also serve dinner, and the menu is a little different. Instead of serving the noodles in bowls, they do it like zichar concept, where the roasted pork, aburi pork belly, dumplings etc are sold separately, so we would have to order a few dishes plus noodles (optional).
There are also some dishes not available in the daytime menu, such as Dry Bak Kut Teh, Salted Duck Egg Chicken Wings, Herbal Chicken Wings, Almost Drunk Pork Belly and Rojak Salad etc.
On every table, there is a flask of Hot Broth and condiments which we can help ourselves to, such as dark and light soy sauce, chilli sauce, fried pork lard cubes etc.
We had Aburi Pork Belly (SGD$13.00) - 130g of char siew slow-cooked for 18 hours, served with coriander shallot salad. Each pork slice was tender and sweet-tasting.
Egg Noodles (SGD$1.00 per bowl) is the only staple available here, springy and gently tossed in garlic oil to give it a lovely flavor.
Salted Duck Egg Chicken Wings (SGD$10.00) - each piece of fried chicken wing crackled delightfully upon being bitten into, and it was bursting with the tasty salted egg flavor. I loved the sauce - very thick and sandy in texture; there was even a huge salted egg yolk amongst the wings!
Next, steaming hot bowl of soup with Boiled Wantons (SGD$6.00) aka meat dumplings. Loved the succulent minced meat in their very smooth skin and light flavours. You can choose Fried Wantons if you prefer.
Finally, Ju Hua Cocktail (SGD$16.00), an interesting cocktail drink with lychee liqueur, chrysanthemum tea and vodka. It was served in a teapot with tiny tea cups - very interesting, refreshing and tasty.
Service is consistently good - friendly, hospitable and efficient, enhancing the dining experience. I will be back again soon for the tasty food here, maybe order a glass of white wine with my bowl of noodles again, for that quasi-classy feel.