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Free Wonton Mee At Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert On 10 October 2018

3rd October 2018

Free wonton mee on 10 October 2018

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Whether you’re an aunty by age or at heart, this is a lobang you need to know. More than 3,000 bowls of free HK Wanton Noodle (U.P. $6.90++) will be given away at Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert on 10 October 2018, from 11:30am to 1:30pm!

Coined “Free Wanton Mee Day”, this special event will be happening at all Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert outlets islandwide. There’s no limit to the number of times you can get the free dish, so just get back in line if you’re still hungry after your first bowl! This is only for those dining in, so don’t bother getting in line if you’re rushing for time.

The plump wontons here are filled with fresh prawn and kurobuta pork, making them stand out from typical kopitiam wantons. Enjoy them with egg noodles imported from Hong Kong, as well as the flavourful soup that’s boiled with Jinhua ham.

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert has 15 outlets across Singapore, so you’ll definitely be able to find one close to your home or office. Here’s where they can be found:

North

  • Ang Mo Kio Hub (#B2-46)
  • Causeway Point (#B1-24)
  • Lot One (#B1-K10)
  • Northpoint (#B1-155)

Northeast

  • NEX (#B1-46)
  • Compass One (#B1-47)

East

  • Tampines 1 (#B1-K12)
  • Our Tampines Hub (#01-81)
  • Changi City Point (#B1-30)
  • Bedok Mall (#B2-24)

West

  • JEM (#B1-K1)
  • IMM (#01-49)
  • Hillion Mall (#B2-47)

Central

  • Raffles City Shopping Centre (#B1-79)
  • Centrepoint (#B1-14)

free wonton mee - mango pomelo
Image credit: @hongkongshengkeedessert

If you’re hankering for something sweet, remember to get a bowl of their signature SK Mango Pomelo Sago ($6.50++) to complete your meal. Another dessert I love here is their Black Glutinous Rice with Vanilla Ice Cream and Honey Pearl ($5.30++). For something hot, try their Rice Ball in Osmanthus Soup ($3.90++).

There are plans to make this an annual event, so don’t worry if you can’t make it this year – just plan ahead next year to get your free lunch!

For more delicious Hong Kong dishes, check out Mui Kee Congee and Hong Kong Dessert.

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