Fei Fei Roasted Noodle – Their Char Siew is Usually Sold Out Within 2 Hours!
I hardly travel to the West but when I do, I plan a whole day trip just to explore enough food places to recommend. Fei Fei Roasted Noodle is definitely one of the stalls in my to-eat list. Located at Yuhua Village, you are bound to see a snaking queue upon arrival.
This popular wanton mee stall is run by Tommy and her wife for more than 40 years. They are famous for their roasted meat which they still roast it in the stall using charcoal fire. They used to sell sio bak which was highly raved by many, but as Tommy’s age catches up, they only sell roast duck and char siew now. His 24-year-old handsome son now helps out with the roasting and cooking. Talking about young hawkers yo!
On a beautiful Saturday, we came early in the morning at 9am to Yuhua Village to eat Feifei Roasted Noodle. But they only had roast duck and we were told that their charsiew will be ready after 10am. So we returned just in time for lunch to have the best of both worlds.
There is a slight crisp on the duck skin and bite from the meat. The springy egg noodles are cooked till al-dante and well coated with the savoury sauce. The sauce was a little too salty in my opinion, but yes, it’s quite aromatic.
It was the right decision for us to wait for the char siew. Tommy roasts his meat from 3am every morning using charcoal. It’s hard work, but he says there is no short-cut to good food. Using the meat from the armpit, what you get is nicely marbled and well marinated meat. True enough, each tender piece has enough charred bits to make you go for more. It has a good proportion of fat and lean, every bite is sooooo juicy with a hint of juiciness. Go early if you want the premium cut. The noodles are tossed with the char siew sauce making it extra tasty.
A wanton mee is never complete without wanton. Each decent size of homemade wanton is filled with juicy prawn paste, minced meat and dried sole fish wrapped within the skin. A plate of freshly roasted char siew with juicy wanton and springy noodles only costs you $3. Remember that charsiew only available from 10.30am but sells out usually around 12pm.
Note: This Fei Fei is NOT that Fei Fei, if you get what I mean. LOL
Fei Fei Roasted Noodle
Address: Yuhua Village Food Centre Stall 28, 254 Jurong East Street 24, Singapore 600254
Opening hours: 9am to 1pm, closed on Tuesdays
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