Thursday, December 21, 2006
I had originally wanted to get my fix for the famous mee soto but because of the long queue and my hungry stomach, I decided to grab a bowl of Pontian Wanton Mee ($3). It was my first time trying Pontian Wanton Mee and so was understandably curious about it.
The bowl of noodles looked normal. While the char siew was scrawny and the wantons forgettable, the noodles were pretty good. Springy in texture and neither soggy or floury, I enjoyed it (doesn't matter if it's homemade or not). I paid a dollar or so more for extra fried wantons. These were not exactly good. The skin was thick and had flour remnants inside. If I should go back, it'll be definitely for the noodles.
Quan Ji Cooked Food Stall
Bedok Interchange Food Centre
Chew On This: This stall claims that it has 60 years of history and claims that their handmade noodles won't turn soft even when tau pau-ed (take-away).