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This Popular Toa Payoh Stall Serves Wonton Mee With Green Spinach Noodles And Juicy Wonton

10th March 2023

Joo Heng Noodle in Toa Payoh has famous wonton mee 

We recently covered Kim Keat Hokkien Mee, a popular Toa Payoh stall that our writer highly rated, with a score of eight out of 10. Another Toa Payoh gem, for those of you not familiar with the neighbourhood, is Joo Heng Noodle, a stall located in Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre that’s famous for their green wonton noodles. 

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In particular, fans of Joo Heng love their Wanton Jade Noodle ($4/$5), which features jade green spinach noodles instead of the usual egg noodles. 

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These noodles are said to be springy in finish, and pair well with their wonton mee sauce. 

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Then, you have your standard slices of char siew and wonton. If you’re expecting the smoky, charred sort of KL-style roast meat, you won’t find it here; Joo Heng serves a more typical Singaporean-style, red-dyed char siew, which has received mixed reviews online. Their wonton, on the other hand, comes in small rounds packed with pork and even sesame seeds.

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For something with more liao, get their Dumpling Noodle ($4/$5) or Dumpling Soup ($4.50) instead, for shui jiao that’s generously stuffed with prawn, water chestnut, and black fungus. 

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Other than spinach noodles, there’s a choice to stick to classic egg noodles with their Wanton Noodle ($4/$5), if you prefer that. You can order this dry, or in soup.

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Otherwise, for something different, get their Chicken Feet Noodle ($4) or Pork Rib Hor Fun ($4.50/$5), paired with tasty, braised pork ribs.

In other wonton mee news, we’ve collated a guide to the best wonton mee in Singapore, with options including Thai and truffle wonton mee. For those of you who are serious about your char siew, check out 88 Hong Kong Roast Meat Specialist, a favourite with the Eatbook team too! 

For something more recent, read our Tenderbest Makcik Tuckshop review!

Address: Block 127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, #02-12, Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre, Singapore 311125
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 7am to 2pm
Tel: 9389 3503
Joo Heng Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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Feature image adapted from @gluttonscoops and @vwinstonn.

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