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First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube:! 😊

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