Kok Kee Wonton Noodle launches new hor fun series at Foch Road outlet

When you think about Singapore’s heritage hawker fare, Wonton Mee automatically becomes part of the list. Well-known hawker chain, Kok Kee Wonton Noodle, has recently introduced its new hor fun series which is only available at their flagship Foch Road outlet— it looks like the humble hor fun can finally be proudly showcased!

Kok Kee Wonton Noodle was established back in 1985 by sister duo, Hong Choy Chan and Hong Choy Ing. They specialised in making Cantonese-style wonton noodles from Guangzhou, using 100% hand-wrapped pork wanton, springy egg noodles, a special pork-lard based sauce and chilli sauce.

kok kee wonton noodles - owners and food
Credit – Kok Kee Wonton Noodles

Today, both tossed wonton noodle and wonton noodle soup continue to be their brand’s namesake signatures, coupled with sides including crispy fried wonton, wonton in soup, dumplings, and signature vegetables.

Every serving continues to be prepared with the freshest ingredients which results in springy noodles flavoured with Kok Kee’s secret sauce and served with a side of handmade wontons— earning them the reputation of being one of the best wonton noodles in Singapore.

kok kee wonton noodles - char siew horfun
Credit – Kok Kee Wonton Noodles

As times have changed, Kok Kee puts a fun new spin on their classic favourites. It proudly introduces its new range of dishes centering around hor fun, served exclusively at their original Foch Road branch.

kok kee wonton noodles - dumpling horfun
Credit – Kok Kee Wonton Noodles

Besides Wonton Hor Fun (Dry) (S$5) and Wonton Hor Fun (Soup) (S$5) which contains char siew, handmade wontons and green vegetables, Dumpling Hor Fun (Dry) (S$5) and Dumpling Hor Fun (Soup) (S$5) are also available in the lineup.

kok kee wonton noodles - vegetable horfun
Credit – Kok Kee Wonton Noodles

For those seeking something light and healthy, the Vegetable Hor Fun (Dry) (S$5) and Vegetable Hor Fun (Soup) (S$5) will be the perfect choice!

Head down to Foch Road and try the selection of hor fun dishes today. Who knows? You might just get hooked!

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