A Noodle Story (Amoy Street Food Centre) Venue hot100

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Tanjong Pagar

~$10/pax

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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Saturday:
10:30am - 01:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

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

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

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

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

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

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Was very curious about A Noodle Story because of the crazy hype in Instagram. Went there yesterday and tried the small portion. All portion includes dry ramen, charsiu, shrimp wonton, fried noodle prawn, onsen egg, spring onion and the red crispy topping (not sure what it is). First try: WOW! No wonder the queue is always long. The wonton is full of big and juicy shrimp, the onsen egg is perfect (i thought it's going to taste weird but no it's totally delicious), and the ramen is thin but springy and absorb all the savory and slightly sweet sauce. And i love that they top it with the crunchy fried noodle prawn. It's totally a complete meal and worth the wait. Plus, this is actually a young gen hawker..so kudos to them!

$8 each for small size

After queuing for 25-30min, finally bought it! Love the potato fried shrimp 🍤 so fragrant and crunchy. Onsen egg is cooked to perfection. Ramen is like mee kia. Sauce is a bit too salty. Wanton is normal. Char siew really melts in your mouth.

According to my friend, the fact that I got a bowl of this for dinner without queueing is a very amazing coincidence so yay for that!

Anyway, I had the small ($8) bowl and it was pretty good! The noodles were springy, the noodle prawn was like fried wonton, the wonton has very generous and tasting filling, the char siew was tender, and the onsen egg was amazing!

The soup was pretty nice too - peppery and tasty.

The only thing is, I don’t really see the resemblance to ramen (apart from the Onsen egg). The noodles taste like wonton/fishball noodles, not like ramen (or even fried ramen). I would say that it’s a fairly original and definitely delicious noodle dish, but I wouldn’t think of ramen if I hadn’t read about it beforehand.

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