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Golf Ball Size Wantons

Noodles Wanton Wanton Soup

Golf Ball Size Wantons

Tough Club Wantons, fat & juicy! Laifabar uses a mix of lean and fatty meats in our wantons! The sweetness comes from the fatty cuts, and the chewiness comes from the leaner parts. They are wrapped in smooth and silky egg skins that conceals the minced meat. The wantons are soaked in broth that has been brewing for 7 Hours to keep the consistency of the soup thick & tasty. It’s true! Our skin to meat ratio is 1:3, just check out how meaty and fleshy our wantons are! Plump and packed with succulent goodness, giving off a better mouthfeel,...

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The Laifabar Story

About Us Family Grandma Noodles Recipe Shop Story

The Laifabar Story

Walking down memory lane, Laifabar takes you back to more than a century ago to explore the different flavours and tastes of each era. We embrace change, noble heritages and honouring lasting traditions that is translated into the taste of our dishes. Each bowl indulges us with a nostalgic experience. The familiar nuances of taste after each bite will accompany you on your journey back to the timeless discovery of how the flavours evolve with time. Laifabar invites you to reminisce this route with us as we share our delectable voyage together.​ Traditional Old School Wanton Noodles! Laifabar serves history in...

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No More Soggy Noodles!

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No More Soggy Noodles!

What comes across your mind when you think of “Noodles DaBao!” Yes, that’s right, you end up with soggy, clumpy and No Longer Well Seasoned Noodles. Laifabar is extremely particular when it comes to the quality of our noodles, be it, dine-in or takeaway! We take pride in our Noodles! Thus, Laifabar has come with a unique packaging that eliminates all of those issues! Sauce Factor: We pack the seasoning and base separately from our noodles! Noodles have the tendency to absorb liquid due to their open pores when dipped in hot water, turning the texture of the noodles from...

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