49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-18 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm


09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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Their handmade mee hoon kueh is thinner than most I’ve tried - theirs resembled ravioli sheets. They were soft and slippery, but still retained a bite; great texture! They also use mani cai, which has natural sweetness. The ikan bilis is crisp and salty, and the meatball well seasoned and tender! Soup was light but savoury, it was pretty good! Theirs is less robust than China Whampoa’s soup, but I still enjoyed it :)

Noodles were great as they were springy and slightly soft yet has a bite. Sambal was more full on fiery than umami, and the seemingly Small amount actl sufficed. Black sauce was good too and their Minced Meat was fatty so it was rlly tender.

Soup veggie didnt have the best texture but it more than made up for it in the flavour imbued into the umami soup

Green sauce was bright, slightly sour, palpably bitter which worked rather well and hella fragrant when mixed into the hot Noodles. Somehow the bite doesnt come when eating it on its own but i almost teared when i had my first bite of the green chili mixed in

All the little things they do uniquely, incl the chye Poh, made this one of the best Banmian I've ever had


Saw a steady stream of patrons buying ban mian from this stall at Serangoon Gardens Market, and decided to give it a try. It really didn’t disappoint! I really loved the chilli (they gave a small portion but it packed sufficient punch for a chilli lover like me), and the noodles were handmade and wonderfully bouncy. The soup with egg white mixed into it was a wonderful touch too!

Ordered the dry u-mian ($4). Noodles were cooked well, ingredients were decent (the addition of cai poh was interesting), separate bowl of soup which had spinach and egg was not bad. The dish had a bit too much black sauce though. Decent bowl, would eat again if nearby!


Possibly one of my fav ban mians because the noodles are really q and yummy!! Underrated stall at serangoon gardens market, if you're sick of queuing for the ba chor mee or the braised duck there, this is a really great option.

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Bossi's Handmade Noodles Dry ($4) may be a tad pricier than most hawker stall variations, but Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang assures us that it is worth the money. The stall used to be run by mom at Seletar a few years back, but her son has revived the stall and moved to Serangoon Garden Market about a year ago. The dry option is actually a new offering on the stall's menu, and is a good way to enjoy the spot-on chilli sauce as well as the soup — both winners in her opinion. The ban mian is thinner than usual, and absolutely springy. It made the perfect base for the coating of slightly sweet black sauce and freshly minced meat (not at all clumpy). The noodles come topped with red chilli paste, which Wei Zhi found quite mild. If you'd like to heat things up, request for their special green chilli sauce for an extra kick! Alternate the noodles with sips of the accompanying wolfberry leaves (kau kee) soup, stirred through with egg — so comforting!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang