Pontian Wanton Noodles – 5 Locations in Singapore

Pontian Wanton Noodles restaurant in Singapore has a network of five locations to choose from, one of which is within IMM mall (2 Jurong East Street 21).

Visiting one of the restaurants, you’ll get to enjoy from a menu that includes famous Wanton Noodles, desserts, and drinks.

All noodles and dumpling skins at the restaurant are specially made in the company’s factory in Malaysia.

Pontian Wanton Noodles IMM - Restaurant in Singapore.


In addition to the signature dish, Wanton Noodles, the restaurant is best known for homemade dumplings, Char Siew (roasted pork), and menu highlights like Salted Egg Chicken Cutlet Noodles or Pork Rib Noodles.

Pontian Wanton Noodles Restaurant in Singapore – Locations & Opening Hours

Hillion Mall
17 Petir Road, #B2-25, Hillion Mall
Singapore 678278
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-10pm, Sunday 10am-10pm

2 Jurong East Street 21, #02-37, IMM
Singapore 609601
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-10pm, Sunday 10am-10pm

Sun Plaza
30 Sembawang Drive, #B1-32/33/37, Sun Plaza
Singapore 757713
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-10pm

The Seletar Mall
33 Sengkang West Ave, #B1-K4/K5/K9, The Seletar Mall
Singapore 797653
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-10pm

The Star Vista (Friends by Pontian)
1 Vista Exchange Green, #B1-37 to 37A, the Star Vista
Singapore 138617
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-9pm

To learn more about Pontian Wanton Noodles restaurant in Singapore, you can follow their official social media channels, including Instagram at instagram.com/pontiansingapore/.

Wanton Noodles (or Wanton Mee), the restaurant’s signature menu item, is a Cantonese dish that is popular in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.

The way to prepare the dish varies from region to region. For example, in Hong Kong, Wanton Mee is often served in a hot broth with leafy greens and shrimp, or meat wanton dumplings.

Overview of Wanton Noodles

As a dish, Pontian Wanton Noodles is a popular choice in Singapore that is made with egg noodles, wontons, and a pork-based broth.

The wontons are typically filled with pork and shrimp, and the broth is flavored with soy sauce, sesame oil, and other spices. The dish is often served with a side of chili sauce.

Additionally, the dish is believed to have originated in Pontian, a town in Johor, Malaysia. It was first introduced to Singapore in the 1960s by Chinese immigrants from Pontian.

Over the years, the dish has become popular in Singapore, and it is now served at many restaurants throughout the country.