This is one of the more popular places for wanton mee. It is a little confusing here as you will be able to find another Fei Fei Wanton Mee just across the street. Well, what I have heard is that the older version located in Sin Wah Coffeeshop is the original stall. But it is always crowded (again, the crowd explains for itself).
Anyhow, we could not find a seat at the original and so we decided to go for the next best alternative located at:
72 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427789
Supposedly, these are handmade noodles. The serving portion isn't big. The noodle looks bland. BUT, once mixed with the sauce and chilli, it tastes quite decent. The wantons and charsiew are hidden beneath the noodles.If the noodle portion does not fill your tummy, add on with some yong tau foo. The yong tau foo comes in standard selection... so you can't pick what you like. It is served dry with a sauce on top. They were a little crispy so I think they have been deep-fried. A quick deep-fried. They taste good with the sauce.
And if both wanton mee and yong tau fee are still not sufficient, top it up with Dumpling soup. I think each portion comes with 8 pieces? Main filling include prawn and pork. IMHO, the standard of the dumpling is only so-so. Since the place is open 24-hour, can consider going there for supper if you have sudden food craving in the middle of the night.