92-Year-Old Grandma reopens Nam Seng Wanton Noodle again after a break, this time in Toa Payoh

By April 5, 2022Current, Food
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TL;DR – Ah Po is back in business!

After nearly two years of break, Nam Seng Wanton Noodle is back in operation again – in a new location this time, at Che Kitchen, a 600-seater industrial estate coffee shop in Toa Payoh North.

Established in 1958, Nam Seng Wanton Noodle was founded by Leong Yuet Meng and her late husband, with their first located in front of the National Library at Stamford Road.

The stall was later relocated to Far East Square and operated there for more than 20 years before it was closed down in July 2020.

Closure of the stall at Far East Square

In case you didn’t know, in July 2020, Nam Seng Wanton Noodle had abruptly announced its immediate closure.

Back then, the stall attributed the closure to “leasing issues”, as well as the drastic drop in footfall as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new home for Nam Seng

According to Today, the new Nam Seng stall has a similar layout as its Far East Square predecessor and the price of the wanton noodles remains at $5.


Although it is not yet known if Leong will still run the stall personally, we’re quite sure you would still spot the feisty 92-year-old hawker around in the coffee shop helping out.

Who knows, she might even be the one taking your order personally!

Address: Che Kitchen
1008A Toa Payoh North, Singapore 318998
8.30am to 5pm daily

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