Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

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Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby sparks » Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:21 pm

I like this wanton mee. The newspaper today reported that the owner uses a mix of sesame oil & soy sauce. I wonder how she achieve it as the sauce is the clear type (very old school) since the soy sauce will make it darker. Anyone has any idea?? :?

oh, her fried rice also very good even with simple ingredients like char siew & egg like grandmother type of homecooked fried rice. :smile:

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby pm123 » Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:02 pm

sparks wrote:I like this wanton mee. The newspaper today reported that the owner uses a mix of sesame oil & soy sauce. I wonder how she achieve it as the sauce is the clear type (very old school) since the soy sauce will make it darker. Anyone has any idea?? :?

oh, her fried rice also very good even with simple ingredients like char siew & egg like grandmother type of homecooked fried rice. :smile:


But somehow I still prefer the old days wanton mee at National Library there.

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby sparks » Sat Sep 14, 2013 10:27 am

pm123 wrote:But somehow I still prefer the old days wanton mee at National Library there.


I can't remember if I've tried it at the old national library. But the ambience is definitely better.

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby janet88 » Sat Sep 14, 2013 1:04 pm

Yet to try this wan ton noodle but I like the pontian one...the fried wan ton is delicious...usually order extra wan ton to go with my noodles. Realise the noodle is cheaper at food courts unlike west mall.

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby Starkidz » Sat Sep 14, 2013 1:22 pm

janet_lee88 wrote:Yet to try this wan ton noodle but I like the pontian one...the fried wan ton is delicious...usually order extra wan ton to go with my noodles. Realise the noodle is cheaper at food courts unlike west mall.



I also prefer the pontian one. Taste good and cheap. Value for money.

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby Starkidz » Sat Sep 14, 2013 1:22 pm

janet_lee88 wrote:Yet to try this wan ton noodle but I like the pontian one...the fried wan ton is delicious...usually order extra wan ton to go with my noodles. Realise the noodle is cheaper at food courts unlike west mall.



I also prefer the pontian one. Taste good and cheap. Value for money.

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby janet88 » Sat Sep 14, 2013 2:35 pm

The first time I ate pontian wan ton noodle at west mall, it was like $4.50...at food court, there are 2 sizes. I buy the smaller size...just nice and not too jelak...with space for dessert :wink:

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Re: Nam seng wanton mee at Far East Sq

Postby sparks » Mon Sep 16, 2013 3:21 pm

i am not a fan of Pontian. Nam Seng's one is very old school type, very few stalls sells this kind of wanton mee anymore.

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