Own this restaurant?
Read reviews about Wanton - Seng's Noodle Bar here! All reviews have been written by Quandoo users that have already booked and eaten at Wanton - Seng's Noodle Bar. We try to be as transparent as possible by providing you with real guest experiences. Find out what other diners are saying about Wanton - Seng's Noodle Bar.
noodes was well cooked and the food portion are generoua
Great wanton noodles and one that I always return to - just make sure you make a reservation before coming.
It's a small space, but the food is delicious! Staff are super friendly too. Will definitely go back again – but probably with just 1 or 2 friends. I won't recommend this if you have a big group.
Fantastic Food. Good Service!!! Really nice place to hand with friends. Don't forget to try Salted Egg Chicken Wings and Aburi Char Siu with Lemonade the best. :)
Have been to Wanton- Seng's Noodle bar a couple of times - all times, there was consistency in food preparation, tasting and service, even though it might be a busy night. My group of friends and I are creatures of habit, thus on the numerous occasions that we dined at Seng's, we ordred the same dishes. The wanton mee was fantastic - fragrant and springy. The portion was good as well - not too much, because the main highlights was actually the meat dishes. The Aburi Pork Belly and Dry Bak Kut Teh was the star of the night. We also ordered Gangster Baby Kailan (loving the name!), Batalong Egg and Fried Dumplings. The Fried Dumplings was served together with the special chili. The chili deserves a mention because it made a memorable impression on us - it was spicy and fragrant, (activating the saliva from the taste buds now as I type). Also another mention goes to the Host, Simon - his excellent service made dining at Seng's all the more memorable!
The food is great as usual. One thing to note. Even though we made reservations we still got the seat right by the bar's serving/order area, which meant waitstaff were constantly battling for space with my shoulder and elbow--a seat at the bar means that there isn't much space for the dishes to begin with so we naturally had to spread out--and it was an effort not to get in their way or have my conversations be disrupted. Because it's a somewhat loud bar, staff right beside me had to yell over the music to communicate with bar staff. None of this is a comment on the service staff, who were simply doing their jobs. It is a structural problem, and they should not have a seat there, especially for reserved bookings. My previous experiences here, at the table or the bar, have been great otherwise. I just opted to go elsewhere for drinks this time.
When a friend suggested this place for a dinner, I was skeptical. Blame it on years of poor experience with: (1) hipster food venues, (2) fusion-esque food, and - especially horrendously - (3) hipster food venues with fusion-esque food. But this was such a totally different experience. This hipster food venue with fusion-esque food served awesome food and had a fabulous atmosphere made way better by the friendly and kindly staff. I will definitely go back there again, bringing more friends.
We arrived at the restaurant on time but the table wasn't ready. The service staff was apologetic and even offered us beers while we waited. It was long before we got our table. A little gesture goes a mile. My partner and I really enjoyed the food and great service. Will definitely revisit!
Good individual dishes - truffle aburi mushroom and dry ba kut teh are highly recommended. Noodles are ok. Sit at the counter may mean you will end up smelling like food. If you'd like a little space between the cooking and yourself, please include note in your reservation for a table. If not, likely they will place you at the counter.
very tasty food with a laid back ambience - ideal for a relaxed friday evening. the team at seng's were very friendly and made us welcome. doesn't try too hard to be something it isn't - the way it should be.