A Noodle Story (Amoy Street Food Centre) Venue hot100

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Tanjong Pagar


The first and only Singapore-style ramen!
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7 Maxwell Road
#01-39 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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10:30am - 01:30pm


11:15am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 07:30pm

11:15am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 07:30pm

11:15am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 07:30pm

11:15am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 07:30pm

11:15am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 07:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Amp up your typical wanton mee with this - a wanton mee that sees Japanese ramen ingredients. The wanton mee elements include the al-dente HK-style noodles tossed in a rich sauce (don't forget the sambal!), the juicy wantons stuffed generously with pork and shrimps, as well as a fried version of it (only for the $11 portion).

The ramen feels come when you dig in to the ajitama and Japanese-style cha shu - both of which are marinated and cooked well. An interesting and delicious component is the potato-wrapped prawn, of which I really loved the crispy, french fry-tasting exterior. Topped with sliced scallions and chilli shreds, this is an ultimate fusion dish that's worth all the hype and calories!


Nice texture to the noodles. Overly flavoured for my own preference. Their potato coated prawn fritter is yummy. Other than that, think anything out of the ordinary

Singapore style ramen noodles? To me, it’s upscaled HK wanton noodles which taste out of the ordinary!

I saw that the queue was shorter than usual so I took the chance to finally try this Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded establishment. Firstly, one can’t ignore the aesthetics of the dish which is what draws the crowd. More importantly, the taste is great too due to the homemade sambal and dried shrimp sauce. The dish also comes with extremely tender braised char siew, the usual wantons, the hot spring egg and the crispy potato wrapped prawn (which I’m not really a fan of, would rather more char siew).

It might seem a lil pricy coming in at $8/11/15 a pop but I think you’re paying for premium ingredients and TLC. I mean look how the bowl is painstakingly plated!