Thursday, May 21, 2015

Koung's Wan Tan Mee

Friend recommended this Wantan Mee in Geylang, since i had something on, on Sunday, i went for the Saturday evening Church service.  This Wantan Mee stall is not far from the church that i'm attending, was there to try it out before attending service.


We have to order and pay first for the foods


Then we were given a number



Wantan Mee @ $3.80


It's situated inside a coffeeshop in this building


Buses that passes by there

Koung's Wantan Mee
205 Sims Avenue off
Lor 21A Geylang

Opening Hours : 7.30am to 9.30pm
Closed on Mon

40 comments:

  1. I know this stall, it is famous, would want to go eat this one of these days, very near my house also, my house near Aljunied MRT

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    1. I do not know about weekdays, but that day, i went on Sat, quite a number of peoples, after me, still a lot of peoples...

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  2. Thanks for sharing this info so now I know what are their opening hours

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  3. You are given a number and when the number shows up in front of the counter, you go forward to collect your food right? Haha, like going to hospital to check up or going ICA to collect passport like that

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    1. Also good that they give number, when it's your turn, go and collect the foods, hehe...

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  4. What sauce is that? Looks red. Char siew sauce? Chili? I don't like the ones with black sauce, would prefer it dry, no oily sauce. .

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    1. Chilli sauce, i also prefer my wantan mee to be dry...

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  5. I prefer dry wantan mee too, not hot.. If soup ones, wah, sweat a lot after eating..

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    1. I don't quite like wantan mee in soup, prefer dry version...

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    2. I also prefer the dry version ya!! High 5! =]

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  6. this wantan mee looks like what we have here though not as dark, they put ketchup and chili sauce to toss the noodles??

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  7. the place looks like old place wor. The wantan mee must have been very tasty. Usually old place they have plenty of good food to be had

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    1. Geylang also have quite a number of nice foods, but stomach can't take in too much foods...

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  8. I love the dry style wanton mee. But so long never eat. After seeing your wantan mee, I also feel like I want to eat hee..hee...

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    1. If eating wanton mee, i prefer dry version, hehe...

      KL has lots of nice wanton mee ya, hehe...

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  9. Char siew wanton noodle looking very yummy! The noodle look very nice leh!

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  10. 你也极力推荐哟!肯定不错吃!:D

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  11. Ok, I had decided, I will go eat this Sunday, yum yum

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  12. Looks good to me so do you like it?

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  13. Good you put the buses info too. :)

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    1. So that i remember what buses passes by there, hehe...

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  14. The wantan noodles looks good!

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  15. Thank you for letting me see the place. I would love to eat too:)

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    1. Do give it a try, the wanton mee is not bad...

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  16. Got number one, so interesting, hehe~

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  17. Interesting. Pay 1st and got number. Business must be a brisk!

    Look yummy to me. Quite a lot too.

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    1. Should be quite good, the business...

      The wanton mee is nice...

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  18. Looks good... the wanton noodles.. springy...!

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  19. The mee looks nice and lighter than what we have here.

    I always find the Geylang areas very happening with lots of you know what!!!
    There are also many yummy food restaurants there.

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    1. I know what you mean, lol...

      Yes, it is,only that stomach can't take in too much foods...

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