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Wanton Seng’s Eating House

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  1. Wanton Seng’s Eating House
    Photograph: Wanton Seng’s Eating House
  2. Wanton Seng’s Eating House
    Photograph: Wanton Seng’s Eating HouseChar siu noodles
  3. Wanton Seng’s Eating House
    Photograph: Wanton Seng’s Eating House
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Time Out says

Wonton noodles have undergone quite the transformation under the hands of Benson Ng and Brandon Teo. As an ode to their favourite dish, the pair of childhood friends adapted a traditional recipe – from Seng’s Wanton Noodles at Dunman Food Centre back in 1968 – to create an elevated version. At Seng’s Noodle Bar, handmade egg noodles come served alongside quality fix-ins: torched char siew, smoky and tender; roast pork; meaty parcels of wonton; and upbeat hip hop tunes.

But the dish is due for an upgrade; Benson and Brandon wanted to chart a new chapter for wonton noodles with the brand’s latest concept: Wanton Seng’s Eating House. Which is why the menu at the 88-seater space spotlights a series of modern creation. Wok Hey Beef Noodle Soup ($18.80) is jazzed-up pho, with beef tendons and chuck roll in a smoky, clear broth; while char siu noodles ($12.80) features seared pork belly with dashi broth served in a separate teapot. Also worth a try: Mala Bah Chor Noodles ($9.80) with notes of fiery spice.

Even the sides are given a sprucing up. Crispy wontons can come stuffed with tiger prawns and scallops ($12), or filled with pork and dressed in an umami-packed XO sauce ($9). Its signature roasts ($18/$28) are also presented in a platter similar to that of Korean barbecues, complete with baby romaine lettuce wraps and garlic hoisin.

To pair with all the hearty grub, sip on a range of tea-based cocktails. Favourites include the Ju Hua Highball ($18), made with Haku vodka and chrysanthemum; or the floral Jasmine Sangria ($18). Classic highballs ($15), bottled Suntory beers ($14), and a lean list of sake is also available.

Details

Address:
#01-11, Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Blvd
Singapore
039596
Opening hours:
Daily 11.30am-10pm
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