Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House sells wanton noodles, with the wantons served deep fried and crispy.
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nice fried wanton
The only dish I like from this place is the fried wan tons. I once tried the fried wan ton noodles and I wasn't too impressed with the noodles. Noodle texture was alright.... but it had this weird taste that I couldn't get over. The soup was bland as well.
The fried wan tons were really good though. The skin was super crispy and the meat was flavorful. I've had my fair share of bad experiences with fried wan tons. Un-crispy skin, little meat, cold and hard.. eeks! This fried wan tons here are nothing like that. It's a nice place to sit and snack on fried wantons while chatting with your friends. Be careful not to over eat though, it is nice but not worth getting a sore throat over! I once over ate and developed a painful sore throat the next day. Too heaty! But nothing that I can blame the fried wan tons for they are just too delicious :)
Nice fried wanton
Many years ago my office was just besides Sunshine Plaza and once in a while, my colleagues and I would go over to this shop to eat wanton noodles. At that time, they rented two shops opposite each other. One of the shop space only had tables and chairs while the other one was where the food was cooked.
We normally sit at the shop not doing cooking. The air ventilation in Sunshine Plaza was not very good so if you ate at the shop where they were doing cooking, your shirt would stink of oil after you finished your meal. I could not remember whether they serve the wanton in soup but they were famous for their fried wanton. Their fried wanton was not too oily so it should not be that unhealthy to eat.