They say Sengkang has no good hawker food, while this is most of the time true, you will be able to find some gems among the stones. One such gem is Huang Kee Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle – 黄记港式云吞面 located in Compassvale Bow.
This stall in Compassvale Bow happens to be one of the outlets of Huang Kee; their main stall is in Depot Lane.
I paid $3.80 for the standard char siew dumpling noodle, they have a tomato based version at $4.30. The Uncle asked if I wanted my wantons fried to which I obligingly said yes.
Servings were reasonably large with the well roasted char siew, big crunchy vegetables, two fried wantons and two dumplings.
The dark gravy noodles was rightly moist and flavourful; it was pretty springy as it bounces in my mouth when I took a large bite.
The roasted char siew tasted pretty chewy and sweet, the fried wantons were crispy and meaty.
The soup was smooth and tasty, the dumplings tasted pretty similar to the fried wantons but were slightly larger with small chunks of water chestnuts and more meat.
Lao Beng’s Verdict
If you happen to be in Sengkang and have time to spare, do pay a visit to Huang Kee for a good wanton noodle fix.
Huang Kee Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle – 黄记港式云吞面 (Sengkang)
266 Compassvale Bow (Coffee Shop)