Wanton Fu is run by a former employee of Eng Hua Wanton Noodles which explains a lot of its similarity. Read more to find out how it fares against the original.
Location: 380 Jln Besar, #01-09 ARC380, Singapore 209000
Contact: 6935 3072
Site: Wanton Fu
Menu Of Wanton FU
The shop specialized in Wanton noodles and you order various side dishes such as Ngoh Hiang and Fried Wanton.
The entire place is well lited with a large Wanton Fu sign which sticks out like a sore thumb as compared to the other dimly lit bars at the side. The place was clean and tidy, the mirror placed on the side made the restaurant looked a lot more spacious and crowded than it is. It is a pretty smart design as it draws in the walking crowd.
We ordered the signature, Wanton Mee ($5), and here are our honest thoughts on it. What we liked about it was the texture of the noodle as it was springy and didn’t taste fake. However, the aroma or taste of the Wanton noodle itself was rather lackluster without the spicy chili sauce.
The serving size of the Char Siew was little, but given the price, it was considered an “okay” portion. The Char Siew didn’t taste anything out of the ordinary, it felt like the typical fan Choi char siew.
Wanton FU is a great place to dine if you have particular cravings for wanton noodles or you generally just want to eat something light, kinda like a supper if you happen to work late in the area as we do.