313 Orchard Road
#B3-37/38 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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I finally tried to try their noodle after a long time and I think that I told myself that I want to try it when they open first outlet at 313 Somerset that year. But I kinda forgot it when I was busy with other stuff. The soup contained with strong hua tiao jiu (chinese wine) after they served and they pour it after that. Their soup broth is superior tbh and their meatball packed with broth inside also when cutting into half. omggg. so juice and chewy for meatball tbh. mi xian was really silky and smooth and not that "overcook".

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We are back at Go Noodle House for their signature mi xian noodles in soup mixed with huadiao wine! The soup was great as usual and we downed it all, since the huadiao wine gave the soup a sweet aroma and gave the soup a very distinct flavour that we like.

Instead of going for the regular meatballs, we decided to go for the bursting Balls today, which are very similar to Fuzhou fishballs as they contain minced meat with a pork-based broth encased within. Do be careful when eating the bursting balls as the broth within may be pretty hot. 😨

Would be back next time to try their dry pan mee!

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A bit underwhelmed. It's cheap, but it's cheap food ma haha. The meatballs have smaller meatballs inside plus juice, that's why the name. They're delicious and having enough is important haha so you may order this. The noodles also have superb texture, while the soup was decent. Good is good, but cheap lor.

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Their chili sauce is v sour and hot, not much body.

Meatballs were good, the juices inside were such a joy. Their soup was full of umami, incredibly complex from some kind of preserved vegetables. However, once it cools I almost spat out a mouthful. Full of msg and way too salty and sweet. Probably don't drink too much of it even though it's hard to stop.

Nonetheless, if you disregard health, when it's hot it's really a must try

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Ain't rlly a sauce, more just dry chili which you add the soup to (to rehydrate the noodles and adhere the dry chili) but it's absolutely bomb. There's a significant amount of heat but it's utterly tantalising. Century egg is worth, not to mention helping you cool some of that fire. Minced meat was well seasoned too.

Let's just say you take away the chili you can probably get this at 5bucks max, but now it's selling for 12 for good reason. Must try

Located within [email protected] GO Noodles originated in Malaysia and is known for its rice noodles and their fish and meatballs.

I had the signature bursting meatball, which was served in bone broth. The broth is pretty aromatic, especially with a shot of Hua Diao Jiu (aged for 3 years) added in. In addition, I added a soft-boiled egg to add on to the flavours! The soup is slightly on the saltier side but it’s still worth a try!

As for the meatball, there was not much of a burst, but more of a slight ooze as you bite into it. You can try other fish balls, roe balls or meat balls into the bowl if you would like as well.

I recently ordered a Pan Mee delivery which did not disappoint. The soup was similar to the bursting meat ball and accompanied by crispy anchovies and green onions. The noodles were smooth and springy which is surprisingly good.

Would I go back for it? Yes, but once in a while, when I would want some hot soup or comfort food.