Fei Fei is one my favourite wanton noodle stalls in Singapore. No - actually, I know of no better char siew wanton mee in Singapore.
Note: This Fei Fei 肥肥 of Jurong has no relationship with the Fei Fei 飞飞 of Joo Chiat.
There is a constant queue at Fei Fei from 10am till the char siew is sold out at around noon.
Nearly my turn 😃
Besides char siew, Fei Fei also sells their popular roast duck which is charcoal roasted at the stall every morning. Sale of char siew starts at around 10am.
Fei Fei is now run by the second generation brother and sister team.
If you have been following my blog, you may notice that I am blogging about Fei Fei for the third time. This is because Wei Jie and his sister Shi Min have taken over the key tasks like grilling the meats and cooking the noodles from their parents Uncle Tommy and Auntie Jenny. And, also because Fei Fei wanton mee is actually better than ever. When a well loved hawker stall succeeds into the next generation in Singapore, it's something to celebrate 😃
Auntie Jenny loosening the balls of fresh egg noodles, getting them ready for cooking by Wei Jie.
Our order this morning of two wanton mee at SGD3 each with a side order of char siew for SGD10.
The slender angel hair egg noodles were done to a light spring. It's very similar to the texture of Mak's noodles but with less alkaline taste and at only a fraction of the price. (More on Mak's noodles 👈 click )
After a toss, the light springy egg noodles were coated with a slick aromatic sauce which tastes savoury with a slight sweetness and porcine lard flavour.
Good sized wantons in a light clear savoury sweet soup. The smooth wanton skin wraps well marinated tender minced fresh pork and a small shrimp.
The excellent char siew that completes Fei Fei's famous wanton mee. Fei Fei now sells their char siew at SGD34 a kilo. This plate costs SGD10.
I especially love the fatty cuts known as 不见天叉烧 or pork arm pit cut. On the outside, the caramelised sweet marinate has a subtle savouriness and smokiness from the charcoal. The fatty part is like a slice of juicy fruit - wet with divine porcine sweetness.
The sweet lean cuts aren't as wet as the fats but they are tender and moist too.
4-Star (out of 5). Egg noodles springy ✅ Sauce flavoursome and aromatic ✅ Soup tasty ✅ Wanton meaty and has shrimp ✅ Char siew heavenly ✅ One can debate if Fei Fei is Singapore's best wanton mee stall. But, this must surely be the best wanton noodle SGD3 can buy in Singapore 😋
Restaurant name: Fei Fei Roasted Noodle 肥肥烧腊.云吞麵
Address: Yuhua Village Market & Food Centre, Blk 254 Jurong East Street 24, #01-28, Singapore
Hours: 10:00am to 1:00pm (Closed on Sun)
Date visited: 2 Feb 2015, 12 Dec 2016
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