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Signature Beef Noodles

$8.50 Β· 9 Reviews

One look and you can tell that this Lanzhou rendition is slightly different from the sg style hawker beef noodles that we’re familiar with due to its clear soup. But the broth was nonetheless flavourful and very drinkable. I opted for the thin noodles and I really enjoyed its QQness without being too much of a mouthful.

You can choose to add $4 to make it a set with a braised egg, side dish and drink. Many choices to choose from for the side dish including braised tofu (recommend!!), pickled cucumbers, radish, black fungus and beansprouts etc etc. The braised egg was the outstanding side for me with all the herbal flavours heavily infused.

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I ordered this signature beef noodles from @tonguetipbeefnoodles! This halal certified eatery serves authentic Lanzhou beef noodles they are indeed one of the best beef noodles I’ve ever tried! With a clear soup that is automatically advance when you add in the condiments, it’s no wonder a treat for your tongue to go through a variety of flavors in 1 dish! Really highly recommended for noodles lovers!
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Finally here for their beef noodles ever since they opened in Tiong Bahru Plaza. There are also 7 types of noodles to choose from, depending on the thickness and shape, as well as the choice to have it in soup or just dried. The broth looks deceptively light but it is packed with flavor (when you’ve got 15 herbs in the stock and probably even more). Noodles are perfectly cooked and the meat is tender. What I love about this place is that each dish is cooked to order: freshly pulled noodles into a waiting bowl of piping hot and flavorful broth. I would definitely recommend adding their chili oil because it gives the broth even more depth. Vinegar is optional. My first experience with Lanzhou Beef Noodles: Absolutely loving it. In other words, θΆ…θ΅ž! 🍜

For a quick and satisfying lunch, make a beeline for this Halal-certified Lanzhou beef noodle house. Expect a complex and robust broth (simmered with more than 15 spices) with fresh noodles hand-pulled on the spot. Pick your noodles (ranging from thick to flat) for the flavourful Signature Beef Noodles (from $8.90). Spice fiends, the Mala Spicy Beef Noodles ($9.50) with that extra kick is made for you.
Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim

Selected the flat noodle.
Add more green onions for a crunchy texture.
Adore the al dente texture of the flat noodle and clear beef sweet broth


Attended a Burpple Eatup recently at Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Tiong Bahru Plaza β€” an eatery serving up beef noodles hailing from Lanzhou with around 300 outlets across China. The menu is simple, offering only four variations of beef noodles while patrons can choose from eight different types of noodles β€” patrons can also opt for a set at an additional $4 which includes side dish, braised egg and drink. My favourites were the Dry Beef Noodles with Flat Noodles (chewy with a substantial bite; absolutely slurpy β€” an entire strand of noodle that is fun to eat) which was made better with chili and coriander mixed in, while the Mala Spicy Beef Noodles carried just a comfortable tinge of numbness and spiciness that fits really well for those who are not too accustomed to Mala. We also tried the Signature Beef Noodles; the broth being cooked and reduced from an entire shank with the meat being used for the beef slices within the noodles. Pretty delicious and authentic, with flavours accustomed to the local palate.

Thanks to Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles for hosting, and Burpple for the invite!

Each of the components that make up this bowl of beef noodles complement each other perfectly with a beef broth base that’s light and savoury, while the handmade noodles are stretched upon order and cooks in a pot of boiling water and out within seconds to retain its consistency and chewiness. What’s different in the Singapore outlet as compared to the ones overseas is that beef shank slices are used instead of beef tendon and cubes.
Ordering is a breeze as there are only 4 types of beef noodles to choose from namely the Signature Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90), Sauerkraut Beef Noodles ($9.90/$11.90), Mala Spicy Beef Noodles ($9.50/$11.50) and Dry Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90). After you have decided on the beef noodles, now comes the headache part as there are 8 different kinds of hand-pulled noodles but I will make things easy for you by recommending the Flat noodles in the Dry Beef Noodles. Mix in their homemade chili oil for a touch of spiciness and some vinegar for the tang before eating and you will notice how the flat noodles is able to latch onto the sauces so well that each slurp is an enjoyable one.
Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Address: 302, Tiong Bahru Road, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Unit 02-107, Singapore 168732


I was wrong! This beef broth could be the only type of stock that can match up against a pork or seafood stock! The broth is robust and very tasty. Add some vinegar, and you got yourself a winning formula. If you do not know, Lanzhou Beef Noodle already have 300 stores in China and this is their first in our shores. I’m super impressed and I bet you will too!
Thanks to @kenpgl for the invite and @tonguetipbeefnoodles and @tiongbahruplazasg for hosting us