62 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058692

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09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

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Small canteen-style cafeteria along South Bridge Road that sells a variety of noodles, all at $2.50 or $3, including Mee Rubus, Lor Mee, Bak Chor Mee, Prawn Noodles, Mee Siam, Laksa.

Lor mee was good for the price, $2.50 comes with lots of fried crackers, half an egg, 1 piece of braised pork and 2 pieces of ngohhiang like ingredients. Can ask for more vinegar if prefer a stronger taste. Portion is just nice for me (not a big eater).

The gravy was rather flavourful, and the uncle added enough vinegar (I asked for extra) so it was the perfect level of sour for me! The yellow noodles were pretty standard, and I liked the addition of the wanton skin crisps. For $2, it’s a really good lunch option that satisfies and is sufficiently filling :)

Amongst the many cheap dishes here, this is one of the more satisfying and filling ones, even though the gravy was watery and a little bland, and only a single prawn sliced in half comes with the standard portion. Still, where else can you find laksa at this price in town?
Taste: 2.5/5

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Where else can you find lunch for $3 in the CBD? This venerable institution has been around for years and only just raised their prices by 50 cents(you could previously get a large portion for $2.50). The lone uncle in the kitchen dishes out an amazing variety of local staples all for the same price, including mee reebus, mee siam, lor mee and prawn noodles, but none can beat the bak chor mee, which is usually sold out shortly after 12pm.

This version differs from the norm and only comes with braised minced pork over noodles. It’s highly savoury, saucy, a little sweet, spicy and oily, and utterly satisfying.

Taste: 3/5


Have been reading and watching review from Eatbook, Night Owl Cinematics, Sethlui talking about a cheap and affordable meal in CBD and finally got to try it.

As want most of them mentioned, the Wanton Noodle was already sold out when I reached at 12pm. I decided to try their Minced Meat Noodle.

Their Minced Meat Noodle is different from other Minced Meat Noodle I have tried before. The sauce is sweet and the Noodle is springy. The noodle itself is also unique probably they cooked till Al Dente. I would say if there isn't Wanton Noodle, you should then go for this.

As I was not full yet, I thought of ordering Mee Rebus as it is another favourite ordered by consumer. However, they mentioned it is not available on Friday. I then decided to get Prawn Noodle.

The Prawn Noodle really has nothing to shout about and the prawn given is actually 2 x half cut prawn = 1 prawn. However, being $2, there isn't much to talk about. Do note that Prawn Noodle dry is not the dark Soya Sauce type but literally dry with a bit of prawn broth in it.

Overall, it is an affordable meal if you are working in CBD area or just trying to save on meals.

Fishballs were actually quite nice, which was unexpected because recently the fishballs I’ve had at other stalls weren’t good. Kwayteow was nice and slurpy, liked the sauce which was a not bad mix of salty and sour (vinegar) and a hint of sweet. This seems trivial but I like the presence of beansprouts, which were crunchy and provided a good textural variation!