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

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Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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

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Had tasty truffle oil noodles from @iwantmynoodle. It’s tucked in a corner of Shaw so it’s quite a nice place to settle down for lunch away from the busier parts of town. Prices are affordable as well!

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I ordered my noodle with double roast.
The noodle is very similar with Indonesia noodle ( mie Keriting - means curly noodle).
Noodle texture is springy, thicker and firmer compare to normal Mee Kia,toast in savoury sauce , served with char siew and sio bak.
The char siew was tender, balance between fat and Meat , meanwhile sio bak is crisp crunchy skin and quite tender meat.
💰$12.5
📍I Want My Noodle.
1 Scotts road, #03-14/15.
Shaw centre.

This isn't my first time but I took so long to return! Fyi the roast meat and ajitama are add-ons. Although they clearly serve you the truffle oil separately, after adding in the flavour still wasn't distinct, so a bit disappointed. The noodles are similar to kolo and Maggi but were a little hard. The onsen egg was enough, because the ajitama had a fully cooked yolk, so it sucked. I like that the pork came thick but tender, and had crackling skin. The cheap soup was actually not bad.

Still serves the most springy noodles in SG. The various combos are all yummy - with delish char siew, roast pork or soup. Service is still extremely casual. On a recent visit, we were shocked that the bak chor mee landed on the table within 10 seconds of my ordering and paying (here, you prepay, and they don’t take C cards). It turned out it was an order by another table. Good thing we didn’t touch the bowl of noodles, preferring to wait for the other orders to come. Because a full 10 minutes afterwards, the service staff came back, took the bowl and brought it to the correct table.

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Still serves the most springy noodles in SG. The various combos are all yummy - with delish char siew, roast pork or soup. Service is still extremely casual. On a recent visit, we were shocked that the bak chor mee landed on the table within 10 seconds of my ordering and paying (here, you prepay, and they don’t take C cards). It turned out it was an order by another table. Good thing we didn’t touch the bowl of noodles, preferring to wait for the other orders to come. Because a full 10 minutes afterwards, the service staff came back, took the bowl and brought it to the correct table.

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Still serves the most springy noodles in SG. The various combos are all yummy - with delish char siew, roast pork or soup. Service is still extremely casual. On a recent visit, we were shocked that the bak chor mee landed on the table within 10 seconds of my ordering and paying (here, you prepay, and they don’t take C cards). It turned out it was an order by another table. Good thing we didn’t touch the bowl of noodles, preferring to wait for the other orders to come. Because a full 10 minutes afterwards, the service staff came back, took the bowl and brought it to the correct table.

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