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6 North Canal Road
Singapore 048819

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 04:00pm


11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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Soup was tasty and flavorful. Portion is pretty huge and definitely going to fill your tummy if you finish the entire bowl. Price wise, it was on the expensive side but for the quality and quantity, it was alright. Would try the gravy/dry option the next time!

Gave this one a try as they're closing next week. Gonna be missing the soup and fresh beef slices

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Am not a big fan of beef noodles but Hock Lam serves one of the best versions in town. They are super generous with their beef balls too...I counted 8! (And I’m not complaining 😜)

This was super delicious! A bowl of soupy goodness. The beef slices were tender and the beef balls were sufficiently Q with bite in them.

The kuay teow was also soft and the soup was tasty, with a herbal taste.

Try the chili, it’s super good with the noodles.

A friend informed me that the beef noodles at the shop is far more delicious than the beef noodles at the now closed Far East Square shop.

I have eaten here at least 4 times!

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Love this place more than the China Street outlet. The cold weather really makes me crave soup all the time.

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Hands down the best bowl of beef noodles I’ve had. Trust me, I’ve been to the famous stores around Singapore and I dare say that this is really the best of the best.

I especially loved how savory the gravy is right here. Most beef noodles stores serve the noddles with a starchy base, which is just that. Little to no flavour, just thick and starchy. But the one here actually has a nice savory profile to it. Best stirred in with some of their kickass chilli sauce which helps to add a little bite to the base.

The beef slices and balls were tender and fresh. No funky beef smells detected, testimony to the sell out here at Hock Lam.

The soup on the side too was kickass. Not too herbal-ish, nor too bland. It was just the right mix of herbs, which acted as a nice side kick to the powerful noodles.

$7.80 per bowl may not be cheap. But it sure is worth every single cent.