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204 Bedok North Street 1
#01-393 Happy Hawkers
Singapore 460204

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Saturday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 08:00pm

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Found this stall via burpple! Dan Dan Noodles is my fave out of the menu. Springy noodles texture~ was lucky enough to not have to queue! Will come back again for sure!

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The queue already formed even before they officially open at 6pm for dinner. The not so pack coffee shop suddenly all seats have been occupied. Yes most of the people here came for this stall.

Unfortunately I felt their fried rice was wok hey enough. And I really wish they could place chilli sauce in every table here. The pork chop was really tender and not so oily. $6

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Which was $6 and really decent! But the Dan Dan mian ($4.5) stole the show. It had a pleasant vinegary taste that cut through the peanut sauce, and I think I will definitely come back to try the dumplings!

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Prawn Fried Rice ($6) is practically identical to Din Tai Fung’s, Pork Ribs Fried Rice ($6) a very close second. Seaweed Salad ($3) & Pan-fried Dumplings ($5) are also value-for-money accompaniments to the meal.

I’m going to be hard pressed to pay full price at Din Tai Fung from now on…

Felt like this place has been overhyped for a while now. 2nd time visiting this place and despite it serving noodles that delightful, there’s nothing much to write home about - not warrent such long waits.

I visited on a Sunday at 6pm and we were told that it’ll be a 20 min wait but it turned out to be 40 mins instead.

We went back to order the cold salad dish but were also sorely disappointed by it. I would recommend getting the fried rice with pork chop (which is not in the frame of my picture since my dad had started shoving it down his throat once it got served). But it was much better than the noodles, in my opinion.

The family came to the consensus that we will rather pay a bit more to have DTF at the comfort, speed and service that comes with the higher price point.

Just had to come to try the highly raved, affordable version of DTF. Be prepared to queue. Though the shop only opens for business at 5, the queue starts forming way earlier than that. With around 12 people in front of us, it was a gruelling 2hours wait before we had our orders taken and another half an hour before our orders were served😅 Nevertheless the pork ribs fried rice was really worth the wait. True enough, there was wok hey tasted in the rice and the Chef really did a great job frying because I could taste the egginess in each grain of rice! Unfortunately the pork rib was a little underseasoned and too thin. For that, JuHao serves a better version of the pork ribs in my opinion. As for the Dan Dan noodle, the peanut sauce was more on the savoury side as compared to the sweeter version of DTF’s. Having the seaweed salad added a refreshing note to that night’s spread. Pot stickers were ordered too. The size was rather small but there was a fair amount of soup in them. I was not too sure but the dough kept sticking to my teeth when I ate them. That got a little on my nerves but overall it was a good meal:) For a DTF substitute, I think JuHao fares better 👍🏻

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