Offering both dry and soup variations, Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles just screams comfort food to me. Starting from $6, it is certainly not the cheapest but one that I would recommend others to try especially if you are in the area. Tender beef slices and distinct flavours being the main draw for me.

Thus for those who prefer stronger profiles, the dark gravy used in their Dry Mixed Beef Noodle ($6) was savoury, thick and rich. The bowl also came with a layer of chopped peanuts, fried shallots and coriander atop which added a lovely crunch as well as fragrance. Furthermore, capturing the essence of the sauce in each slurp, the noodles were al dente and smooth. And a squeeze of lime for good measure as it provided a nice tang and cut a bit of that heaviness.