was in the area & my wife suggested to have wanton noodles at Kok Kee (国记) @ Lavendar Food Square on 22.3.2014. 🙂
i had not tried this popular stall before. there were about 15 people in the queue & the wait was >30minutes.
it was worth the wait though! we had each a small portion at S$4. the noodle was wet yet not soggy (as commented by several reviewers) & in fact just al dente and very tasty. 1 of the best wanton noodles i had, better than red ring & the one at first centre. the char siew & wanton were good too but nothing special, no different from other stalls (as also commented by others). i like the char siew at red ring better. 🙂
unlikely to come here specially to queue for the wanton noodles though, especially with the difficulty in parking. but if around the place & already parked, will probably drop by. quite enjoyed it! 🙂 make me want to go back & try the fei fei wanton noodles at joo chiat place again. 🙂
Over rated. Takes a long time to prepare your order so that the queue is always long. Waiting time can take up to 30mins.. Honestly, it’s average. Not worth the wait. If you have a big appetite,, it;s not gonna fill you up, If you order take aways, they charge you extra 50 cents for the container. (usually other stores will charge 20 cents).
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