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1 Scotts Road
#03-14/15 Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Springy noodles with great char siew. However, might be a little overpriced if you are ordering the BCM. Nonetheless, great place if you wish to satisfy your noodles craving.

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An Asian duck confit seasoned with special herbs and served with fresh egg noodles. The egg noodles here are all handmade fresh daily, and they do make some damn good noodles. The noodles are so QQ and springy, plus they are firm and never get soggy even after sitting in fragrant chilli and sesame oil. I enjoyed the duck confit, but it did taste a little bland on its own. Thankfully there’s some chilli paste provided with the duck platter. The tender duck meat is delicious when eaten with the flavourful noodles, and biting into the crispy skin on a spoonful of noodles and meat is amazing. I really enjoyed the deep fried vegetable-stuffed tau pok as well. The batter is done really well, not too thick, and fried to a perfect crispness. The vegetable stuffing completely fell out of one half of my tau pok, but it was still yummy to eat the battered tau pok! Also, the clear radish soup served with every bowl of noodles is worth a mention! The radish makes the soup very sweet, and it’s a great way to end off a hearty meal.

The soy egg in the bowl was an add-on, and unlike the noodles, it was a let down. The soy sauce flavouring wasn’t thick enough, so the egg just tasted unseasoned despite its brown appearance. The egg was soft on the inside, like a hanjuku egg, but the yolk was too overcooked to retain any runniness.

Five juicy meatballs in rich aromatic broth. Seriously this broth packs a huge flavour punch. The herbs remind me of five spice, and it’s such a hearty and warming bowl of soup. There’s some water chestnut cubes inside the soup, which are refreshing and add a crunch. The handmade meatballs are really really nice too. They’re seriously juicy, and not dry at all. Apart from making super good egg noodles, these people know how to make a mean bowl of meatball soup! Recommended!!!

Kinda reminiscent of Indomie, it’s saucy, delicious and a good place to dine in town if you’re looking for a budget meal. I like their Bak Chor Mee as for $6.50 you get a sized bowl of chewy noodles and delicious fresh ingredients.

Do note they can be slightly overwhelmed during lunch time and would take slightly longer for service. Thankfully, food quality is still good.

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Prices are highish for a pretty basic eatery; the meat is good but not the best; after all these years, service is still haphazard. But it’s all worth it, because they definitely make the best fresh noodles in Singapore - so springy It energises! This mee is for me lah! Did the chefs who knead the dough undergo the same training as the master therapists who knead your feet at Footworks next door?

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Truffle oil noodle from I want my noodle is simply flavorful! The noodle reminds me of the "kolo mee" -QQ in texture. Each and every strand of the noodle is infused with the frangrance of truffle. An amazing dish at shaw centre. Price:$9.90.

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