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Since young, I have always enjoyed eating wanton noodles apart from other local favorites such as chicken rice and hokkien mee. The then boyfriend introduced Fei Fei Wanton Mee King to me sometime in June this year when we were looking around for a place to have supper. He was appalled that I had not tried Fei Fei, which is his favorite, and insisted that I should give it a try. So is Fei Fei the BEST in Singapore? You know, the word ‘best’ is really subjected to individual taste preferences and in my books, Fei Fei is indeed the best of all the wanton noodles that I have eaten.
Please note that Fei Fei is situated along Joo Chiat Place and not Joo Chiat Road. It can get pretty frustrating if you end up at the wrong place, especially when you are taking a public transport and have to walk in. Also, another interesting point to note is that there is also another Fei Fei just across the street! Can somebody enlighten me on this?
The noodles are remarkably different from the usual mee kia. Appearance wise, they are relatively lighter in color. The egg noodles are dry and I suggest dribbling a spoonful of soup all over before stirring. Some people say that the treasures are hidden below the noodles (yup all you see is just noodles when they serve it to you) but I think otherwise. The wantons are quite miserable, being on the puny side but I say that the springy, chewy noodles make up for this. They are thin and have a very good bite which is similar to most types of ramen noodles. A spoonful of red chilli sauce gives the noodles an extra kick, not exactly in a very spicy way but it was enough to add flavor to the noodles. Nowadays I find myself craving for Fei Fei’s wanton noodles.
Fei Fei Wanton Mee King
72 Joo Chiat Place
Tel: 6440 5013
24 hours daily except Thursdays