Da Jie Fa­mous Wan­ton Mee

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To any­one who has lived or spent time in Hong Kong, Sin­ga­pore's famed wan­ton mee must ap­pear quite a mis­nomer. That aside, the city's own ver­sion of this an­cient Chi­nese dish is to­day one of the most pop­u­lar fast foods avail­able through­out Sin­ga­pore and con­sumed in huge quan­ti­ties by both lo­cals and vis­i­tors alike.

Through­out Chi­na­town, and at most of the hawker cen­tres found through­out the city, you will find stalls sell­ing this fa­mous dish. But some of the best are con­cen­trated in the Kal­lang dis­trict, with Da Jie Fa­mous Wan­ton Mee, found at the junc­tion of

Jalan Basar with Sam Leong Road, be­ing amongst the most renowned. It's about a five-minute walk from Far­rar Park, on the North East Line and is a no frills, no fuss out­let serv­ing its fa­mous mee in both soup and dry style, along­side its equally fa­mous chicken feet.

The lo­cals seem to go for the soup ver­sion, which is tasty and fill­ing - the hall­marks of great hawker food. Buy in­side and eat un­der the cov­ered ta­bles out­side.

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