WANTON, Seng’s Noodle Bar Will Redefine The Way You Eat Wanton Mee With Its Hipster Set-Up
Running overtime tonight? Not a problem! At Singapore After Nine, we bring you the scoop on tried-and-tested, confirm shiok spots to rest your work-weary self!
This time, we’re featuring WANTON, Seng’s Noodle Bar, the hipster joint that serves up our all-time hawker favourite: wanton noodles, and more.
Starting out as a small wanton stall at Dunman Food Centre, Seng’s has since expanded and given the humble noodle dish a modern twist. With that, WANTON–a whole new contemporary concept–was born.
Located in the busy, happening district of Tanjong Pagar, this cosy 28-seater still serves Seng’s famous noodles, alongside an array of hearty and addictive dishes!
What to savour?
Their signature bowl of wanton noodles is not to be missed! That, of course, goes without saying.
Priced at just $1 per bowl, you will not be able to resist ordering second or even third helpings!
What is wanton noodles without pork?
Complement your bowl of wanton noodles with their signature Aburi Drunken Pork Belly. Featuring a plate of torched pork belly char siu chunks, you will definitely get “drunk” on this melt-in-your-mouth goodness!
Not forgetting the wantons as well!
Set in a huge clay bowl, the Boiled Wantons come in a plate of 9 pieces, generously topped with spring onions. You can also pair your wantons with their tantalising Seng’s Chili Fried Dumplings.
Complement your wanton mee with these tantalising premium sides!
If you can’t go a meal without your greens, you definitely have to order their Gangster Baby Kailan! Crunchy baby kai lan, stir-fried with braised mushrooms and scallop sauce generously topped with fried scallops, it could very well win the hearts of even those who hate veggies!
With salted egg being the latest food craze, ordering their Salted Egg Chicken Wings is an absolute must.
Using their very own house-made salted egg duck sauce, you will not be able to find another salted egg chicken wing elsewhere THIS good!
Oh, and did we mention that their chicken wings are deep fried and boneless? Yum!
If you cannot get enough of their pork meat, you cannot miss ordering their mouth-watering Stir Fried Bah Kut Teh.
Think massive pork loin ribs, stir-fried with that all-familiar peppery bah kut teh flavour. Coupled with crunchy fried tau pok, crispy cuttlefish and sauteed baby leeks, this dish is simply irresistible!
Single by day, couple by night
Do note that the lunch and dinner menus at WANTON are slightly different. Their lunch menu caters to the busy office workers in the CBD, with individual wanton noodle bowls with your choice of pork meat.
Their dinner menu, on the other hand, offers dish portions that are more suitable for sharing. However, if that is not filling enough, there is always their popular $1 wanton noodle bowl and free flow of delicious broth to fall back on!
Serving noodles for the people, WANTON, Seng’s Noodle Bar is the perfect respite to end a long day of hard work!
To many more happy hours,
Singapore After Nine
WANTON, Seng’s Noodle Bar
Address: 52 Amoy Street, Singapore 069878
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10pm; Sat 6pm – 10pm (Closed on Sun)
Contact no.: 6221 1336
(Top Image Credit: Verine Ling)