Tuesday, February 5, 2013

大姐, Da Jie Famous Wanton Mee

Wanton Noodle ($2.50)

Couldn't resist pinching on the fried dumplings while Ric is busy fumbling with the camera. I believe that besides their popular braised chicken feet here; fried dumpling should be rated 3nd; 2nd place goes to the red barbecued pork.

But ultimately, it is the tasty mixing sauce that made up a good plate of wanton mee. Get it going with the springy egg noodles and we are planning return visits to Da Jie Famous Wanton Noodle at 209 Jalan Besar (Sam Leong Road).

Braised Chicken Feet Noodle ($3)

And they have the best braised chicken feet from a noodle hawker! Lightly sauced, yet amazingly delectable; all plump and soft with zero area of tough skins - i never hanker after braised chicken feet noodle, but that should be a turnabout now.

Then at night, I kept imagining having a plateful of the chicken feets...


Albert said...

It is a pity that their Fried Wanton is not crispy at all.

Beary said...

At least they are meaty. These tasted like how mom had done it at home; after deep frying and leaving it on the table for the afternoon. But none the less, yummy :)

Beary said...

Thank you for this recommendation, Albert. We love the braised chicken feet. Very gd indeed!