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We also had Dumplings in Chilli Vinaigrette ($7 for 6). The dumplings are not the best I have had (the skin is a tad thick), but the tangy chili oil sauce is quite nice and goes well with the dumplings.

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For side dishes, we had Fried Pig Intestines ($7). They are stuffed with spring onion and are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. You can dip it in a chilli powder which is not very spicy but it adds flavour to the intestines.

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I’m not that big a fan of the Signature Braised Beef Noodles ($14.50) as I found the beef a little tough. Having said that, the beef broth is flavourful and the texture of the noodles is good.

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The Mapo Tofu Noodles ($11) is pretty good! The noodles have a firm bite and the fried minced meat and tofu is fragrant and tasty. We also tried the Signature Dan Dan Noodles ($10) which is essentially Mopo Tofu Noodles without the tofu, so I will definitely opt for Mapo Tofu Noodles instead!

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Ordered:
-Pumpkin soup with marinated beef shank noodle
($13.90)
-Tomato soup with vinaigrette ebiko prawn paste noodle
($12.90)
(Burpple 1 for 1 for the above main dishes only)
Menu is changed and all main dishes can be used for burpple beyond
-Top up $3.90(excluding gst) for one set meal:
Barley water and Tofu with century egg

Total Damage: $20.95 after gst

4⭐️
Pumpkin soup with marinated beef shank noodle
Pumpkin soup is milky and savoury with some wolf berries added. Not much of a pumpkin flavour but I think it adds up similar to a collagen soup. This dish is served with beef shank and broccoli. The beef shank is marinated and very flavourful. Would definitely enjoy the hearty dish in a cold weather.

3.5⭐️
Tomato soup with vinaigrette ebiko prawn paste noodle
The tomato soup has a tangy sour flavour that reminds me of Haidilao hotpot soup and it is quite thick. However, it might be too overpowering of a tomato flavour while eating overtime. This dish has vinaigrette ebiko prawn paste, a half hanjuku egg, green peas and a few bits of corns. I like how the vinaigrette ebiko prawn paste too be soft and a popping texture because of the ebiko. Both the prawn paste and hanjuku egg elevates the dish making it to be wholesome. It might be better if the soup is less thicker.

4.5⭐️
Tofu with century egg
(Small dish shown at the top of the noodles)
This side dish is quite simple yet appetising. Tofu with century egg is cold and drench with chilli oil (a hint of mala feels in the chilli). Taste good even for not a good spice tolerant eater. Must have.

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Barley is just homemade barley without barley bits, nothing special.

I have came to Eventasty a number of times. I prefer the older menu as we can customise the soup, noodles and ingredients. It is a comfort meal that tempt me to visit whenever I go Funan mall. Customer service is good. Recommended 👍

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Firefly Squid Sashimi (S$10+)
Air-flown Fresh from Japan
Best part of the meal. Very creamy.

REIWA Pork Soba (S$12+)
Cold Soba with a Warm MILD SPICY Signature Dipping Sauce and Spanish White Pork slice

Available at @reiwasoba.sg

Note 📝 : green tea is chargeable at S$1+ per glass not refillable

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Affordable and nourishing pork soft bone noodle. The noodle was cooked al dente, soup was aromatic yet not too greasy. Pretty affordable given the location.

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been quite some time since my last visit but it still tastes as good as i remember. noodles are cooked to perfection as usual, super springy and chewy, and the broth is packed with wokhei 😮‍💨 level 1 is getting a lil mild for me (though a note of caution it is rly quite spicy) so i might try level 2 next time!

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I chanced upon this noodle place in 2021 when I was in Holland for lunch, and most other restaurants were closed for lunch service. At a corner of Holland Village, they are barely noticeable but boy am I glad I stumbled upon them! They sure serve a mean bowl of spicy noodles. If you love mala, you will love this too. It's not exactly like the typical mala broth. The tonkotsu broth on its own has its own flavor, and they add chilli to it which has a bit of this mala kick that keeps every mouthful of this dish extremely appetising. I can never get enough of it!

I used to love their prawn + pork ball noodles but it appears that they have altered their menu. The closest substitute I could find was Double Treasure Tonkotsu Broth Noodle ($10.90) which has pork balls and pork dumplings with chive. The noodles are as good as I remember, and the dumplings were super fresh! However, it appears they have changed the way they do their pork balls; the meat is packed so tight that they are extremely hard now and lack texture. That said, I still love their noodles so this won't deter me from returning.

Special mention to their service. The staff is generally polite but I dined here with someone else who already had dinner. But they gave me an extra set of cutlery and bowl without me asking for it, and were extremely courteous about it. Their noodles are so affordable too. Highly recommend to all Burpplers!

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Relatively new stall serving simple fare and handmade dumplings at affordable prices. It’s a single-man show and limited seats are available in the small space.

𝐒𝐢𝐜𝐡𝐮𝐚𝐧 𝐬𝐩𝐢𝐜𝐲 𝐝𝐮𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐬 ($6.50) - Chicken dumplings in a flavourful chili oil sauce. Enjoyed the slight tang but would have preferred punchier spice.

𝐃𝐮𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐍𝐨𝐨𝐝𝐥𝐞𝐬 𝐒𝐨𝐮𝐩 ($8.90) - Creamy collagen soup that was light on the palette while remaining flavourful, similar to the ramen broth used at their main @kuremenya. Made for a comforting meal in the rainy weather. The thick beehoon was a tad soft for our liking. We chose to complete our meal (+$3) with a choice of dumplings (boiled/ pan-fried/ deep-fried) and a can drink (iced lemon tea/ honey lemon).

For dumplings: we preferred the chicken over prawn dumplings as the former was a more flavourful mix of minced meat and chives while the later was a single fresh prawn wrapped in dumpling skin. The boiled rendition (in the soup) was tender but do eat it quick as it can get a tad too soft from soaking in the soup. The pan-fried option had a nice char but the skin was a tad tough.

📍@dumprince.sg, DumPrince Dumpling House, B1-47C, Chinatown Point, Singapore

Insta: cafehoppingkids

$12.90 | Hokkien mee (regular);
$18.90 | Signature “chao da” ebi “pao fan”

Both were so good! The pao fan came w two big prawns, pieces of meat and clams - and the soup is so flavourful. The texture of the Hokkien mee is really good too. Highly recommend this place.

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$12.90 | Hokkien mee (regular);
$18.90 | Signature “chao da” ebi “pao fan”

Both were so good! The pao fan came w two big prawns, pieces of meat and clams - and the soup is so flavourful. The texture of the Hokkien mee is really good too. Highly recommend this place.

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