91 Whampoa Drive
#01-24 Whampoa Makan Place Block 91
Singapore 320091

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08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm


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The small (4sgd) was pretty substantial portion for small appetites. The soup is delicately flavored with two fresh prawns meatballs crispy anchovies and veggies. They had run out of my favorite flat noodles will come back to try the dry version.

Quite good actually. But standard drop for sure, I remembered this being very good when I ate it a few years back. But it's still good.

Needed to wait 45mins during weekend lunch time.

Very spicy already, please don't be hero and ask for more chilli.

Prawns was very fresh. And really liked their homemade meatballs.

They got one of my favorite blend of dark and spicy sauce for dry man Mian with springy al dente noodles 🍜💗 for $4 the portion is quite a lot as well! Their stock here is cooked with low fire, using dried ikan bilis and soybeans and the noodles have added touch of their homemade spicy fish paste✨ Highly recommended and definitely won’t lose out to any popular dry ban mians out there!

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it's super worth for $4 per bowl.
firstly for the you mian soup, the soup taste light yet sweet thanks to the prawns. the prawns are really fresh and huge, definitely a plus due to its price point. the meatball was very flavourful. bonus for using mani cai as the main vegetable. the noodles are quite qq as well.
as for the dry you mian, the chilli was the star of the dish. the spice slowly seeps and tingle into your tastebuds instead of the in-your-face boom at first tasting. however, the sweet soy sauce base for the noodles was a tad too sweet for my liking.

overall, the you mian soup deserves an A while the dry you mian pales in comparison.

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Hands down my favourite banmian stall! I always go for the you mian tang, as I really like the clear broth that has a hint of natural sweetness from the mani cai, prawns, meat and mushrooms. My lunch buddy ordered the dry version, but we didn’t really like the sauce as it felt a bit too strong for our liking. Sticking to the soup version!


Founded in 1989 by owner Ah Bee, aged 48, and his 42-year-old wife Ah Chiam, China Whampoa Home Made Noodles is easily one of Singapore’s most popular ban mian stall.

Other than its original outlet at Whampoa Makan Place, it has also opened at Geylang Lor 12 (Nam Wah Coffeeshop) which is operating 24/7 (Ban Mian for supper!), and 2 Bukit Merah ABC coffeeshop which is opposite ABC Brickworks Food Centre.

The hawkers make their noodles within the stall in little batches, with a range of delicious ingredients like fish slices, clams, abalone or prawns.

It is then added to the light and clear broth with mani cai to give it a tangible sweetness.

The stock here is cooked with low fire, using dried ikan bilis and soybeans instead of pork bones that would otherwise make the soup too oily.

Also don’t forget about the delicious chilli sauces.
#DFDNoodles #DFDHawker