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This Michelin Plate Wanton Noodles At Hong Lim Food Centre Is One Of the Best In S’pore!

With Hong Lim Food Centre being such an iconic hawker centre, it’s no surprise to discover new and scrumptious food there to indulge in. This time, we will be introducing to you Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist, a legendary stall that serves one of the best wanton noodles in Singapore. Having achieved the Michelin Plate status for six years in a row, you’re definitely in for a delightful treat!

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Legendary Stall At Hong Lim Food Centre

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Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist is currently run by Ms Choong, who is the third generation owner in the family. Her grandparents used to serve their noodles out of a pushcart along Chulia Street since 1963, before settling down at Hong Lim Food Centre in 1978.

Serving up amazing wanton noodles to this day, they have certainly earned their ranks as one of the best wanton noodles in Singapore. They have achieved the Michelin Plate status from 2016 to 2021 and have even participated in the Michelin’s Guide’s Street Food Festival.

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What makes them unique is their use of a machine that cooks and tosses the noodles. Due to the tireless long hours, the workload has affected Ms Choong’s wrist. This led to the integration of the machine to help lighten the load, allowing them to carry on their family’s legacy. Additionally, as they have a specific type of noodle manufactured for their stall, it gives the noodles an exceptionally bouncy and springy texture that customers can’t get enough of.

Scrumptious Wanton Noodles

 

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The Char Siew Wanton Noodles are offered in an array of sizes, with the smallest being only $4.50 and the largest at $8.50. Springy noodles are tossed in a fragrant homemade sauce, with a dollop of Ji Ji’s chilli served on the side. Don’t forget to mix the chilli in for a burst of smokiness and spice. Additionally, the hae bi within the chilli gives a delightful aroma to the noodles. Bits of crunchy pork lard and shallots are also topped off for extra umami.

 

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Tender and well-marinated, the char siew has the perfect fat-to-lean meat ratio. As for the mushrooms, they are pretty reminiscent of those found in bak chor mee. The star of the dish is no doubt Ji Ji’s fried wantons, which are packed with a generous amount of pork filling. Fried to perfection, they have the most amazing crunch. Not only that, you get the best of both worlds as plump boiled wantons are also served.

 

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Try Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist Today!

Be sure to try Ji Ji’s delicious Chicken Cutlet Curry Noodles as well. With them having such immense popularity, you would definitely want to head down early to not miss out on their scrumptious food. Hurry down for a taste today!

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Address: Block 531A, Upper Cross Street, #02-48/49, Hong Lim Food Complex, Singapore 051531

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Thurs, 9.30am to 3pm & 5pm to 7pm

For more articles on Wanton Mee, do check out Wen Kang Ji!

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