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107 North Bridge Road
#01-13 Funan
Singapore 179105

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Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Main Dish
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Main Dish
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Had the ebiko prawn w small flat noodles — the noodles are made fresh, and the tomato soup was tasty. Looks as great as it tastes. The egg was made to perfection. Used 1-for-1 here, $13.90 for two bowls.

Popped by Eventasty at the newly opened Funan Mall as there is a one-for-one deal on Burpple Beyond:) You can choose from 5 types of noodles of varying thickness. The Braised Wagyu Beef Noodles in Signature Tomato Soup Base ($15.90) features Wagyu beef cubes and lava egg in a sweet and tangy bowl of tomato soup. I chose normal noodles which was too soft for my liking, but I learnt that you can request for the noodles to be harder when you place your order. I like that the soup is quite rich and flavourful and the Wagyu beef is very soft. I also tried Vinaigrette Ebiko Prawn Paste Dry Noodle in Mushroom Sauce ($11.90) which is very fragrant and delicious, especially with a dash of fried chilli sauce for an extra oomph. I chose the thickest flat noodles and requested for it to be harder, which turned out perfect as there was good bite to the noodles. The prawn balls are fresh and bouncy. You can also add $3.20 to complete your meal with a side and a drink. The Tofu with Century Egg is tossed in a very fragrant chili sauce, while the Marinated Beef Shank with Shredded Cabbage is very flavourful. Overall, the noodle dishes are quite enjoyable (I like that you can customise the texture of the noodles to your liking) and side dishes are surprisingly good.

Put this Halal joint on your to-go list for hand-pulled la mian in Funan Mall. Order the Vinaigrette Ebiko Prawn Paste Noodle ($13.90), which sees bouncy ebiko prawn paste and a lava egg in a thick, tomato-based broth. For something lighter, the clear Braised Wagyu Beef Noodle ($13.90) with tender beef slices should fit the bill. Pro-tip: The la mian is on a softer side here, so request for it to be less done if you prefer your noodz chewy!
Photo by Burppler Yan Fang Lim

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The Wagyu Beef slices were tender and the beef bone soup is clear. However, the noodles was a disappointment. Ordered the small flat noodle type, it turns out soft (soggy). Not sure if the chef has overcooked it. It will be good if the noodles was al dente.

(S$13.90+)

The Ebiko prawn paste was super “Q” and the Ajitsuke egg was cooked to perfect. The tomato soup was thick but it didn’t get me surfeited after drinking the whole bowl. However, the noodle was a disappointment. I’ve chosen small flat noodle type and it turns out soft (soggy). Not sure if the chef has overcooked it. It will be good if the noodles is al dente.

(S$13.90+)

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Had to try this after seeing Ah Beng foodie’s post on FB! Sad to say - it fell short.

The hand pulled noodles will be good only if you like your noodles to be soft. I was expecting them to be like Haidilao’s 🤷🏻‍♀️ Other than the noodles not being al dente, the soup was also too thick. It’s more like a sauce - if you drink too much it’s quite overpowering. However the tomato taste was on point.

The only other redeeming point was the beef itself. It’s really tender and had just enough fats.

I would maybe still go back for this if I can ask them to make the noodles al dente :D

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