7 Maxwell Road
#01-39 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

11:00am - 01:15pm


11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

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Incorporating elements of Japanese ramen into wanton noodles and creating a Singapore Style Ramen
Consists of ramen charshu (Japanese pork cooked in a sous vide machine for 36 hours), onsen egg, hong kong noodles, potato wrapped prawns and wantons filled with prawns and crushed dried flatfish

Prices have steadily gone up with the small bowl now priced $2 higher than when we first visited in 2017. This one of a kind Singapore Style Ramen has a generous serving of delicious ingredients. Everything is well-executed - the QQ noodles, tender cha-su, crispy potato-wrapped prawn, onsen egg, and fresh prawn dumplings. Would frequent this more and give a higher rating if not for the long queues and relatively steep price (for hawker standards). But definitely worth a try if you’ve never had it before!

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I like how the chef puts in the effort to plate every single bowl of noodles before serving it to their customers. Although they call this ramen, the noodles used are actually mee kia / wonton noodles without a strong alkaline taste. Think of this as an upgraded version of wonton mee.

Each bowl of al-dente and springy noodles comes with meltingly tender cha-su, crispy potato wrapped prawn, HK-style wonton, onsen egg, springy noodles and freshly sliced scallions then tossed in their homemade sauce made from sambal and dried shrimps for the flavour 》$9/small

Ordered a small bowl ($9) which was shown as per the photo on their stall. Clarified that the larger bowls come with more ingredients, not just noodles 😂.

The bowl came with springy wanton noodles, hot spring egg, cha-su, crispy potato wrapped prawn, HK style wontons and scallions. The wanton noodles were springy and with the addition of the scallions and chilli, it tasted flavourful. The hot spring egg was cooked to the right texture with a lava yolk and was sweet-savoury flavoured as a whole. Crispy potato wrapped prawn added more texture than taste to the dish while the HK style wontons were filled with very generous fillings of prawn and meat. The best part of this dish was the tender and melt-in-your-mouth Cha-su 💯🤤.

Would have to say that although the ingredients were really fresh, generous and delicious, this bowl didn’t come together as a dish. It’s a dish that I personally feel everyone should try at least once in a life time, but I wouldn’t revisit it again.

🍜ig: @hooyeats🍜

After queuing for quite some time during the lunch hour madness, I managed to get the 🍜 𝙎𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙖𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙚-𝙎𝙩𝙮𝙡𝙚 𝙍𝙖𝙢𝙚𝙣 [$9] in the smallest size. I would say that it was pretty good (I mean, I wouldn’t expect any less of noodles I paid this price for). The ‘ramen’ is somewhat like wanton mee: thin, springy and firm. I’m not typically a fan of chashu, but the slice that came with this bowl was really tender :) The part that Nicole and I liked the most was the potato-wrapped prawns—shrimp wrapped in a crisp, rosti-like potato. The way the potato strips coiled around the shrimp reminded me of the tornado potato sticks they sell in Korean street food markets 😍

🍲 Overall: Is it worth it? Well, it was a pretty tasty bowl of noodles. If you’re willing to spend a little more than usual on hawker food and queue for some time to see what all the hype is about, then you could give this a try. Otherwise, you could easily opt for cheaper options all around in the market. Not something I’d come back to try again but… I’m glad I did once, at the very least 🙂
⭐️ Rating: 7/10

Maybe all the reviews increased my expectations for this bowl of noodle. Everything didn’t blend together and each components were on its own. For me, I like the feeling of mixing everything and still taste all ingredients together, something like bak chor mee but this doesn’t feel the same. For its price, I think it’s a tad too expensive given in a hawker centre.

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