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Upper Cross Street Wanton Noodles In Singapore


THE FIRST MORNING... after taking some snacks from the hotel, we took a car ride to Bugis, a Grab ride actually... not sure how much it cost but for the three persons, I guess it was worth the ride.

It was almost 11am when we reached our destination, now come to think of it, I do not remember the place of this food court.  I was told that it sells the Best Wanton noodles!  Eventhough it was still not the peak hour, there was already a long queue.  Thanks to the youngsters, they could stand and queued for the food and I just have to sit and wait at the table.  LOL... 
In front of the stall....
Too bad I did not catch the name.... 
The queue from behind the stall...
Would I do this in Ipoh?
I doubt... LOL...
Credit of queuing goes to the youngsters!
And after half an hour, the food were served....
Self service, of course...
Comes with crispy lard....
Fried chicken and wanton as side dishes....
The portion is just nice for me...
I finished my plate of noodles, no sharing for this...
LOL... 
Just look at the lard!!
Lard is good cholesterol, right?  LOL... 

Comments

  1. Yes, everything looks good. The crispy lard is somebody's favourite. ha ha. When it is self service, we will have to queue for good food.

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  2. What a line! It all looks very good. They always say the way to find the best food is to find out where the locals always eat.

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  3. I remember Upper Cross - chin choo pasat area, People's Park. Very popular, very crowded in the 70's. The wanton noodles look gorgeous!!! No dark sauce like the ones in KL? I am not really into the dark sauce - this is probably nicer.

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  4. Wah, the queue is really long! Is the long queue worth the taste?

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    1. If you ask me, I won't queue... cannot stand that long... but I can wait at the table la... hahaha... yes, worth the queue...

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  5. I noticed only one plate of wanton noodles has a lot of deep fried pork lard. Need to pay extra for them?

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  6. Yes, yes, lard is good. Cholesterol is now a thing of the past. Seriously. So the wanton got fight with Ipoh or not? LOL!

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    1. Surprisingly this wanton noodles is very tasty... very ngam me!

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