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Tan Hsueh Yun recommends: Perfectly al dente wonton noodles

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You would think location is everything for a food business, and yet, one of the best wonton noodles is to be found in a nondescript office and storage space complex in Toa Payoh.

Jackson Square is where chef Ang Song Kang of one-Michelin-starred Chef Kang's in Mackenzie Road chose to open his noodle stall, Chef Kang's Noodle House. There are three things on the menu: Noodle With Char Siew And Wanton ($5), Noodle With Shredded Abalone, Char Siew And Wanton ($10) and Char Siew ($10).

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 02, 2018, with the headline 'Food Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe