Be it served in a dark soy sauce base or chicken broth, a good plate of wantan mee is always well sought after for breakfast and occasionally, supper. Laying in all the sauce and broth should be a good selection of noodles, although they can be conventional but a handmade one is always preferred. Mixed thoroughly and enjoy, slurping through without the consent of your neighbouring table and making sure it's as loud as possible. That would be epic wouldn't it?
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As many of you might already know, a "Wai Sek Kai" is another term for food street in Cantonese. Hence, finding some delicious chicken wings, char kuey teow and wantan mee should be no surprise to anyone. A classic plate of wantan mee, where the noodles are blanched in hot boiling water for several seconds and topped with either soy sauce or soup, served with dumplings, char siew, vegetables and finished with sprinkles of spring onion and beansprout.More info
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