Review of Shun Xing Wanton Noodles 顺兴

Block 38A, Beo Crescent Market and Food Centre, #01-89

Nearest Mass Rapid Transit Station: Tiong Bahru MRT

Buses to Beo Crescent Market and Food Centre: 14, 32, 51, 64, 64, 121, 122, 186

Opening Hours: 08:00 to 19:00 (Daily)

Queue: 1 to 3 people (Waiting Time: Less than 5 minutes)

Service: Fast but unfriendly

Environment: Clean but crowded hawker centre

Reputation: Traditional Singapore Dumpling Noodles and Wanton Noodles

Thoughts after eating: Delicious

Value for money: 89/100

Will I come back again in 6 months’ time? Yes

My opinion:

Shun Xing means “smooth and arising” in Chinese. This stall sells traditional Singapore dumpling and wanton noodles. Customers get to choose the $2.50 small option of the $3.00 big option for their noodle meals. I have tried their $2.50 wanton noodles for lunch.

There were 3 steamed wantons, 1 bowl of soup, 5 pieces of char siew and moderate amount of noodles in my food portion. Steamed wantons were chewy and delicious. Wanton skin was silky, smooth, mixed nicely with the meat ingredients and did not tear apart easily.

Char siew was juicy, soft, tender and did not have charred or fatty portions. Their tossed noodles were among the most springy I have tasted in recent years (major plus points). Noodle sauce was tasty, thick and combined nicely with the awesome noodles. The only complaint I had was that the green chili slices were “missing in action”.

To sum up, the Chinese noodles here were economical and value for money. The owners are highly advised to improve their customer service and add green chili slices to their food. If you are a noodles fans living or working near southern Singapore (Bukit Merah, CBD, Redhill, Tiong Bahru), this stall is strongly recommended by my website.

Ways for the owners to improve their food ratings:

Smile more and add green chili slices.

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Shun Xing Wanton Noodles ($2.50 SGD Wanton Noodles)

Shun Xing Wanton Noodles ($2.50 SGD Wanton Noodles)

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