Review 6Th Avenue Wanton Mee, 24 Sixth Ave, Singapore

Review 6th Avenue Wanton Mee - Singapore 24 Sixth Ave

“Overall a very good plate of noodles. Flavour and texture are correct and the soup has a distinct taste of ikan billis. Would definitely go again.” or “Excellent quality, each and everytime. Come early in order not to be left without food. Q can be long pre-lunch time.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about 6Th Avenue Wanton Mee. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if 6Th Avenue Wanton Mee is quality.

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  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/6thavenuewantonmee
  • Address: 24 Sixth Ave, Good Good Eating House, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 5:30 AM to 1 PM.

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6Th Avenue Wanton Mee reviews

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“Overall a very good plate of noodles. Flavour and texture are correct and the soup has a distinct taste of ikan billis. Would definitely go again.”

“Excellent quality, each and everytime. Come early in order not to be left without food. Q can be long pre-lunch time.”

“I’ll come back for the dumpling noodles - their braised mushroom is out of this world!”

“Brings back memories of my school days. Noodles were still springy and wantons sizeable. The charsiew was somewhat dry though, but the noodles made up for it.”

“Good stuff. Noodles are the thicker kind. Slight alkaline taste in the mee, but sauce and wontons are great. Char siew is average”

“Got into the queue with one person in front of me and had 4-5 pax behind. Ordered the large portion wanton noodle $5 and love the authentic taste.”

“Solid $3 bowl. That said, taste wise I don’t think it lives up to the hype.”

“Must come before peak hour. Otherwise the queue is pretty long. Will need at least 15mins wait for the turn for order.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 130 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.2 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 76% are positive reviews.

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Review Review 6Th Avenue Wanton Mee, 24 Sixth Ave, Singapore

There is a total 130 reviews

4.2 / 5

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    Elna Tan

    The queue speaks for itself. We enjoy having a variety of food to share and Good Good Eating House (which the stall sits in) offers a good variety of “side dishes” such as popiah, chwee kueh, pastries and Cai fan next door . On 26 aug 2022, we sat next to the popiah stall, the silver hair stall helper of the wanton mee stall saw us sharing a plate of their stall’s – twirling up little mounds of noodles and coating them in the black sauce before the quick transfer from plate to mouth, an attempt to prevent any falls / spills onto the table. she rushed over with a pair of scissors and went snipping away to shorten and open up the bundle of noods. That was an unexpected, attentive and sweet gesture which made our morning exceptionally very special

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    Zig Zinglar

    Same old same old standard. Good old familiar taste though the world has moved .

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    Terry Sale

    Nice stop for coffee ️

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    D S

    Unique awesome taste. Try the pork ribs noodles

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    Stefanus Du Toit

    I always get the wanton mee char siew noodles since it’s so good I’m afraid to try anything else. Good value at $3.50, and situated in an open air kopitiam surrounded by birds singing in the trees. Great spot for lunch if you’re in the area!

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    Joe Ng

    As good as it gets. A neighborhood legend…and maybe a little beyond. This is the essential truth about hawkers and street food…perfect a single offering over a long enough period of time while growing a loyal following and magic happens. There’s always a line, but there always is with anything worth having in Singapore. The good news is that it moves…the crew is older, but they get the job done. What keeps me up at night is the fact that there may not be young ones to keep the fire burning.

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    Isaac Ho

    Start early and ends around 12:30 – 1pm. The Mee Pok is excellent but sells out very early (like 9:30am). The Mee Kia is good.

    The char Siew and wanton is average but sauce and chili is good. Order the yong tau foo if you are early (it can get oily and soggy).

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    Cookie Monster

    Pretty good noodles Usually go for the dumpling noodles cos the char siew is the traditional coloured meat. Only bad thing is the preparation is pretty slow resulting in long Q.

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    Kaling Chan

    Very long Q and usually only wonton noodles left by 11AM

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    Eu-Wen Ong

    I am not sure what the queue is for and why everyone raves about it. It isnt bad but it is not worth the 20 minute queue. Char siew is carboard hardness though flavor is good; wanton skin is too thick for my liking, with very little filling. Price is affordable.

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    Christine Lim

    Ain’t that good.. maybe the people living around here haven’t had a good bowl of wanton mee

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    Syahzan Kudus

    Overall a very good plate of noodles. Flavour and texture are correct and the soup has a distinct taste of ikan billis.

    Would definitely go again.

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    Edwin Goh

    Not sure if it’s worth the queue.

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    CK C

    Portion for wanton mee was generous for $3.50. The noodles were tasty but might be too soggy for some people. The wantons were quite good. However, the char siew was more like coloured lean meat and was as dry as cardboard. Food preparation was slow so there is almost always a long queue. Only cash accepted.

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    Nicole Chey

    Old sch type! pretty legit

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    Wai Yip Chong

    New signboard! But food’s the same! Shook!!!

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    Stephanie Yap

    Love the wanton noodles!

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    John Tan

    Opens early and excellent wonton noodles.

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    Soon Meng Tan

    My favourite pork rib noodles. Excellent.
    The coffee at Good Good Eating House is also very good. Long lines for both.
    If you can’t wait and need to eat quickly, the morning bee hoon and mee is above average compared to other coffee shops.

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    FoodieDirectory

    I still can’t figure out the long queue for this. Noodles and dry char siew were rather tasteless. Wanton was average. This ranks near the bottom of the list I’ve tried.

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    Royal Pears

    Wanton noodles ($4 with 3 wantons + $1 for extra 5 wantons + $1 for extra char siew + $0.50 for extra noodles) – Big portions. But the char siew was dry and lacked flavour and fat. The sauce had a few lard pieces which went well with the dish. The wantons were fine. The noodles were ok though not very springy. The soup was ok.

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    j S

    Only ok.

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    Horng Ruey Chua

    First, the noodles and texture are great. Friendly staff mending store and try their best despite the long queue. But the queue is really, really, slow (Saturday morning). With 6 before me, I queued for 30 minutes. The char siew is very poorly done. Wanton so so. So overall disappointing given the nice prior reviews of the food. Much can be improved in the food quality. I don’t think it is worth the waiting time.

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    Roxy Kum

    Pretty good wanton noodle! Traditional, just the way I prefer.

    Very different from Eng’s and Pontian.
    The teh bing and kopi bing are also very good!

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    WaterBox Projects

    Traditional Wanton Mee. Do come before 2 pm as they may run out of noodles.

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    YJ Kim

    Good food!

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    Anthony Wong

    Excellent quality of prawn dumplings. Noodle very fresh and spongy. Use to buy take away and noodles/dumpling still fresh after 6 hours! Daughter of founder serving. Service very good and at 5.30 am good food for breakfast.

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    CK C

    Portion for wanton mee was generous for $3.50. The noodles were tasty but might be too soggy for some people. The wantons were quite good. However, the char siew was more like coloured lean meat and was as dry as cardboard. Food preparation was slow so there is almost always a long queue. Only cash accepted.

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    Teoh Lay Chun

    Must come before peak hour. Otherwise the queue is pretty long. Will need at least 15mins wait for the turn for order.

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    WM and PL

    Have been eating at this store for 13 years!!!! Loved the home-cooked taste. Most important, do remember to praise the 2 ladies who serve you

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    Errol

    slightly better than the average wanton mee

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    dason chan

    My favourite especially the sauce

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    Matthew Ang

    Char siew is tender and with a little fat. Noodles with well balanced sauce.

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    Vincent YM Ng

    Not bad. Wanton good. Char siew can be better.

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    Darren Tan

    Ordered this wanton noodles with chicken feet add on. Overall chewy noodles and old school style noodles sauce and the wanton is reasonably infill with meat. The only improvement will be the char siew as it is “a bit dry” and the chicken feet will be better if it have been cooked longer for a more softer texture.

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    Angeline Ng

    The noodle is gd u can try only quee is long advise omit lunch hours!

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    William Chan

    Good tasty noodles …

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    SP K

    Came here specially for this Wanton noodles. Okok only, not really fantastic. Sauce, noodles and wanton all quite normal. Not even close to old school type. Anyway long queue thou, maybe is because the auntie is slow. Coffee without milk and sugar is S$1.50, quite expensive.
    Will I come back again: likely not.
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    Richard Tan

    I find the noodles here average. That is, you can find similar taste and quality in many other wanton mee stalls. However, noteworthy is the price – $3.50 at today’s hawker food price is a real steal. The wantons are slightly larger than most stalls and the soup seems to have more pork broth taste so that is a plus. Noodles are thin and have a good Q bite to it. Char siew is old school type – dry but quite a number of slices.
    No, I won’t go out of my way to frequent this stall but if I’m nearby, I would. Do note the coffee shop where this stall is based in is not large so will be difficult to get seats during peak hours.

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    Daniel Wong

    Good wanton noodle..the taste bring back good memories of my early work at Gutheries House in the late 80s early 90s. The noodle cooked just right and not too springy. The sauce on the dried noodle was mixed well with a little spiciness of the chilli sauce.
    The soup and the wanton is something I miss most and still stay true after so many years. The soup can taste the sweetness from the pork bone used.The filling in the wanton is well not mixed with good proportion of fat n lean meat and taste good.
    Must go wanton noodle if u at the 6th Ave or Bukit Timah area.

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    Sing Lim

    Very good wonton noodles. I had pork ribs noodles and my wife had the wonton noodles with extra wonton. I have to say they are both very good. That is why there is always a queue there. One of our favorite place when we needed a local fix.

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    Calvin Sim

    Springy noodles Hong Kong style

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    Benjamin Tan

    Good “wan tan” noodles. They have other combinations such as chicken feet etc. Sometimes there can be quite a queue but worth checking it out..

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    Ka Yin Liz

    6th Avenue Wanton Mee is FABULOUS!! Fell in love with it the very first time I was there! I rarely finish my noodles, but for this stall, I CAN’T HELP BUT FINISH EVERYTHING! Haha …

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    umake mehungry

    A recent revisit to the old school 6th Avenue Wanton Mee and noticed there is refreshed signage. However, despite the inflation these days, the prices of the Wanton Mee and other dishes still remain unchanged.

    The taste still remains as consistent as in the past. There is no doubt about this plate of traditional old school Wanton Mee that has a distinct taste of Ikan Billis and chilli is of the right amount.

    The Char Siew still remains lean and moist.

    I love the soup as it still tasted quite different from the other Wanton Mee Stall.

    Salute to the diligent hunched back Ah Ma who still takes orders despite the old age and overcoming the crowd.

    Perhaps the taste may be quite ordinary for some but take a closer look into the springy noodle and its sauce. The 6th Avenue Wanton Mee is well-liked by the crowd and you can see that many of the patrons who are in the coffee shop are enjoying noodles from this stall. Have you tried this yet?

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    Mathu Shalini

    Good

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    jim brusin

    Got into the queue with one person in front of me and had 4-5 pax behind. Ordered the large portion wanton noodle $5 and love the authentic taste.

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    Monica Kho

    Nice char siew to go with the wanton. Usually has long Qs

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    Luna Reutens

    Did not disappoint! Heard a lot of reviews of the place and finally got to try and it’s one of the best wantons I’ve ever tasted.. Chewy and not dry Really enjoyed it! Very accommodating and patience! Ordered through delivery and everything was packed very nicely, also came really fast to so it was still warm

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    Charmaine Pooh

    Came here with high expectations but realized it doesn’t have the sweet taste like my kind of old school wanton mee which I loved. Don’t really enjoy it.

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    Jocelyn Acob

    for me it is delicious, so I always buy it

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    Bin Hui Tan

    Brings back memories of my school days. Noodles were still springy and wantons sizeable. The charsiew was somewhat dry though, but the noodles made up for it.

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    Alvin Choo

    Really enjoyed this old school wanton mee. I ordered the wanton mee and added pork ribs as well as dumplings. What you see in the pic was $8 as at Jun 2022.

    Be prepared to wait in line though as the queue doesn’t move very quickly. Do give this a try if you miss old school noodles that taste good.

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    jonathan tan

    Cheap and good!!

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    CK Tham

    Long queueing time as elderly ladies are slow, though they’re pleasant and speak Cantonese. Wan tan noodles quite nice, but not particularly special. They also sell fried yong tow foo noodles which look good.

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    Glen Francis

    For a wantan mee fix

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    Youngones Young1!

    Nice

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    Pamela Jiang

    Quaint little kopitiam but the noodles here are quite decent if you like them well seasoned and well sauced. Get extra chili. The char siew is really not great, you can skip that. The wantons are pretty small but acceptably seasoned. Aunties have that Cantonese sass. Haven’t tried anything else except the chicken feet which are also decent. I think they are roasted first then braised so the skin is pretty tasty. They aren’t overly stewed to mush but just stewed enough so the tendons fall apart on bite. Iykyk, my feng zao folks. Park on cherry avenue if you can’t find anywhere to park.

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    Cheng-Choon Si

    Good old wanton noodles. The wonton makes a difference!

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    Jeremy Lim

    Solid $3 bowl. That said, taste wise I don’t think it lives up to the hype.

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    susanlim1211@gmail.com Lim

    Drenching coffee is delicious

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    V

    The queue already shows the demand.

    It will close half day due to sold out. Don’t miss it !

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    Zach Wong

    Whats the hype about?

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    D L

    Good stuff. Noodles are the thicker kind. Slight alkaline taste in the mee, but sauce and wontons are great. Char siew is average

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    Art L

    Wanton noodles and yong tau fu are really good. Noodles are slightly chewy and the wontons delicious!! My favourite noodle shop… prepared by the same aunties for a few decades! Prices are also very reasonable…

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    CHIN ANG

    Needs no intro as long queues & hard parking. But too distinct & wonderful old school taste not to review. From unique thinner mee (May need flossing after meal) Al dente, vinegar chilli, plain looking but oh so fresh slice, can taste faint stint of star-anise meat marinate (Enjoy slowly) 83 yr old ah ma with 40yr experience still stands in front! Where else to find value at $4.50 & all so fine labour of love

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    Darren Tan

    Ordered this wanton noodles with chicken feet add on. Overall chewy noodles and old school style noodles sauce and the wanton is reasonably infill with meat. The only improvement will be the char siew as it is “a bit dry” and the chicken feet will be better if it have been cooked longer for a more softer texture.

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    Vincent Ko

    Maintaining good quality at all times when visited the stall.

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    Leonard Lee

    Great wan tan mee for breakfast!

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    J Sing

    Worth waiting!

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    Chuckie Siow

    This is definitely not worth any effort. Queue moves very slow. Wanton filling was flakey and pathetic. Also, I found a plastic wrapping (see 2nd photo) in the wanton. Char siew was dry and tough to bite. The saving grace were the noodle and black sauce combination.

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    Gareth Ng

    Typical traditional wanton mee with hand made shrimp wantons. Overall was worth a try. Their shrimp wanton was worth commenting. Each piece is filled with a whole shrimp, carrots and pork fillings.

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    Samuel Lee

    Fantastic wanton mee.

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    PAKLeow

    One of the best

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    L.G. Wee

    Feb 2019. Ate here many times and today i made it a point to post a review.
    Queue wait was reasonable at 20min on a Sunday at 10am.
    The cooking lady was forever grumpy, she would give u an ordering lesson if u made it complicated for her. *Duh* As if we care, we were customers. Only if she was half as friendly as the serving granny .
    At $3.50, the serving size was ok. Char siew was generous, but dry. Need to stir with the chilli and sauce to give it some moist.
    The noodle was clinical. The wantons were plump and tasty, best was to pair with a cut of green chilli and deliver both together into your mouth.
    Oh yes, they were selling Yong Tau Hoo soup too.
    Nice

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    Michael Koh

    I occasionally had my breakfast at 0600 am here on the way to work , clean environment n happy stalls staffs willing to serve you

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    UProperty Singapore

    yUmmy wanton mee …

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    Ng Jimi Mee Teck

    Very good 1 ton noodle especially the dumplings.

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    Yee Yee Yeoh

    Love the variety and quality of food here. One of the coffee shops that our family frequents.

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    Lelaina Lim

    So good! Noodles is not.too soft and that big heap of char siew is lean and tasty ; importantly the wan tons are tasty and delicious. Will be back for more ….

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    MNG

    The noodle was Al dente. Seasoning leans on the lighter and saltier than sweet side. The latter is more local with emphasise on dark soya rather than light soya.
    The prawn dumpling was big and you get 3 of this and a well braised mushroom.
    The chicken feet was large sized and you get the little crunch on the skin. Not to be mistaken, they are well braised and tender. Similarly, it leans on the lighter style.
    The 2 ladies are friendly and the queue moves reasonably fast.

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    Soon Xie

    Nice place. Limited carparking. Coffee too expensive. Beyond market rate for non aircond environment.

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    Christine Liew

    Long queue in the morning. Very Cantonese style with generous serving of char siew n vegetables. Value for $$$.

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    YY F

    Food standard is reasonable.
    Stall owner auntie can be a bit moody(they sometimes get unreasonable customers…life is tough as a hawker) and the queue can be a bit long during peak hours.
    As long as you are clear what you want to order, it should be a pleasant experience.
    If you like the dark-sauce type of wanton noodle, just let her know.

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    koksiong tai

    Good and nice

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    Tryphena

    I’ll come back for the dumpling noodles – their braised mushroom is out of this world!

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    Jeremy Ng

    Not sure what the hype is about. Standard average wantan mee with hard tasteless char siew. Service is slow as the aunty is old. Need lots of patience. To each his own I guess.

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    Dave Law (DD Davianto Kah Hock)

    Only wanton Mee in this area. Long queue for average stall

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    Thomas Cheah

    Inexpensive and good, just need expect to queue at least 20min with just 5 person in the line.

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    Ethan Divv

    best wanton mee in terms of value and taste in at least Bukit timah, maybe even Singapore

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    aly

    food is really solid, mushrooms are a little salty but the noodle is super QQ and well seasoned! however bear in mind if you’re planning to drop by, the wait is really long.

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    Shannon L

    When you see an 80 something years old aunty you know you’ll get some good stuff

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    Mighty Foodie

    Springy Egg Noodles with Lean Char Siew and Handmade Wanton, one of the popular stalls around Sixth Avenue.

    Location: 6th Avenue Wanton Mee, Good Good Eating House 好好餐室, 24 Sixth Ave, Good Good Eating House, Singapore 276481

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    Rick Koh

    Over rated

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    Kelvin Lim

    One of the better Wanton Mee around the neighbourhood.

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    Alpha Chan

    Very nice wanton noodles

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    Joe Ng

    As good as it gets. A neighborhood legend…and maybe a little beyond. This is the essential truth about hawkers and street food…perfect a single offering over a long enough period of time while growing a loyal following and magic happens. There’s always a line, but there always is with anything worth having in Singapore. The good news is that it moves…the crew is older, but they get the job done. What keeps me up at night is the fact that there may not be young ones to keep the fire burning.

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    Andrew Lee

    Friendly serving auntie. Even allow me to pay other day…ha ha

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    Ni Weiliang

    Been eating here since I was young, taste never changes and always perfect!

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    weeboon poh

    Best wanton noodles in singapore

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    D W

    Great food and lovely people!

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    Thaddeus Zheng

    Old school wanton mee.

    Ran out of dumpling so ordered more wanton instead. Al dente noodles coated with a savory sauce.

    Those who like strong flavors will like it.

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    Kh Lee

    Old school yong tao fu noodles that’s super tasty with dry, black soy sauce noodles mixed with fried lard. And Do go for the pork rib noodles too. Can’t go wrong with this noodles where the owner of the shop told me, she got into the shop at 1 am in the morning to start preparing all the ingredients so that they can start selling at 6 and ends by 1 pm noon. I’ve been eating at this place for the past 20 years

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    Sean Goh

    Read about this wanton noodle that have existed in this neighbourhood for quite some time and decided to give this wanton noodle stall a try. Its walking distance from 6th Avenue MRT station. It a small stall inside a coffeeshop.
    The noodle was springy but unfortunately the charsiew was such a let-down, it was dry and tasteless. Sauce for the noodle was a little too watery for my liking as well. The wanton on the other hand was alright but has this strong peppery taste.

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    W C

    Alfresco dining with wanton mee.

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    Kelvin Koh

    Ben eating here for more than 20 years. Still as good as ever

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    Richard Richard

    Not bad, the noodle is good but char siew can improve as it doesnt have char taste.

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    Mike Koh

    Nice and best to add longtoufu

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    Jerald Lee

    Best, juicy chicken feet noodles in town. Must try.

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    Ronald Tan

    One of the best oldies WanTon mee….

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    chan keefe

    Decent wanton mee. Queued abit long for morning breakfast.

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    G L

    have to wait at least 15mins when no long queue.

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    Mia Kan

    Excellent quality, each and everytime. Come early in order not to be left without food. Q can be long pre-lunch time.

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    TravelwithEsty

    Noodle is good but the char siew is a bit weird and dry. Queue expected at the stall but not too long. Only 3.5$

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    Chong Peng How

    Old style wanton Mee. Long queues and open from early morning till about noon

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    Ng Hwei Hoon Cynthia

    I want to emphasize it’s only for those who likes/knows/appreciate nostalgic local taste wanton mee taste with green chilies. I like the fact that their char siew is not those sweet gravy meaty like the HK style. That’s the true blue characteristics of old school wanton mee (cos working pioneers era type of food cannot afford meaty ingredients) The lies in the noodles mixing sauce not ingredients. Also, portion is decent with an affordable price.
    Their braise mushroom and soft bone pork ribs are worth a try too, besides the generous chix feet.

    Note: There’s a moving queue during peak hours so do be patient.

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    Jim Choi

    CAN TRY place ..among the better

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    Daniel Kiang

    Nice tangy noodles and well balanced old school dark soya sauce.

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    Yee Wei Ng

    Mediocre, don’t get the hype. Wanton fairly good, noodles average nothing to eave about, charsiew is the dry artificially coloured ones u get from many places.

    Combine this with the long queues and grumpy stall holders, it makes for a disappointing experience.

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    Tan Heong

    The food is good but still cannot beat some others..

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    C. P. Justin

    Auntie cook wanton mee is nice and aunty very friendly . The coffee , tea also nice there

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    Denise H

    After queuing for 20 mins during a weekday work lunch, starting at about 11.50am, i dun not think it is worth it. Portion size is small, noodles taste overcook with lack of chewiness and the wanton have a strong frozen pork and odd raw flour taste. Really average in my opinion, not sure why the stalls always have a long queue and always sold out during lunch service.

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    Len Ng

    Good Wanton Mee. Cha siu a bit blend but the texture of the noodles more than make up for it. Be prepared to wait 15mins to 30mins.

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    Mabel Tan

    Really at their mercy … long queue but service is very slow .

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    Suzanne Ang

    Good wanton mee and friendly stall owners.
    Salute to the old lady helping at the stall. Will visit again

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    Lionel Kwok

    Simple old school Cantonese style wanton noodles. The queue moves slowly. Have a cup of local kopi to go with it.

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    Pauline Chong

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    GH

    Love d WTM, chicken feet and charm of the old lady.

    Parking can b challenging however once a while visit is always worthwhile .

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    Goh Kah Ann

    The place is crowded with patrons

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    Chin Yin

    Nice tasty noodles.

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