Lavender’s Famous Kok Kee Wanton Noodle Is Re-Opening In March 2019

Kok Kee Wanton Mee copy

It seems these many years of hopeless praying has finally paid off, because, at long last, one of our all-time favourite wanton mee stalls is re-opening.

Kok Kee Wanton Mee, famous for their uniquely sweetish, lard-based sauce and springy egg noodles that just make the simple dish so delicious. For those unfamiliar, their version of this noodle classic is very straightforward, just wanton noodles, slices of char siew and steamed wantons served in a flavourful soup—no fried wantons or any other side dishes.

Feeling a sense of nostalgia creeping in? Here’s where you can finally have this again come March 2019.

Kok Kee Wanton Noodle (chanksters)

Believed to be the niece of the original owners, this famous wanton mee stall is slated to open sometime in March over at 30 Foch Road, right beside its former premise at the old (now demolished) Lavender Food Court.

Snaking queues, grumpy old folks, alarmingly high prices for such a simple dish but above all, one heck of an orgasm-inducing plate of wanton noodles. That’s right, Kok Kee Wan Ton Noodle, we’re coming for you.

30 Foch Road

All photos are credited to Singaporeactually & chanksters