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Lam's Kitchen (Race Course Road)

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Lam’s Culinary is a family enterprise that has been operating in Singapore's F&B scene since 1975. Over the years, our business has always been about creating quality and unique flavours to satisfy our customer's appetite, hence “True flavor comes from the heart" is our motto! From famous local and overseas celebrities to the everyday food lover, this ideal has earned us countless loyal customers who even till today, still recognize Lam’ s as a reputable brand for Chinese cuisines Our main products include our unique signature noodles and salt baked chicken products. From introducing the “Mini Wok Noodle” in 1995 to being the first person to bring abalone dishes into the coffee shops, Ah Lam has established himself as one of the pioneers in Singapore’s F&B industry.

460 Race Course Road
Singapore 218700

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10:30am - 09:30pm

10:30am - 09:30pm

10:30am - 09:30pm

10:30am - 09:30pm

10:30am - 09:30pm


10:30am - 09:30pm

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Spaghetti cooked in garlic sauce with herbal chicken thigh at SGD8.00. A twist from the usual rice. Chicken meat is tender and spaghetti tastes great.

A bowl of minced meat noodles with a number of sliced mushroom 🍄, some pork slices and one yummy fishball. The noodle is really cooked well (very Q)and sauce is good. It costs SGD4.80.

Big thigh set with a mild taste of herbal. Chicken meat is very tender and chilli sauce is really good. The set is at SGD6.80.

Recently visited Lam’s Kitchen to try its signature abalone’s noodles ($7.30), located along race course road.
Personally, I find that it is worth a try with a bowl filled with springy mee pok, three bite sized abalones, minced meat and fried fish ball. Not forgetting my favourite ramen style egg.

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Saw Dex’s post on the salt baked chicken here and decided to try this out myself.

The chicken thigh was indeed tender and smooth with the rice soaking up all the juices from the chicken; the chicken went very well with the savoury sauce provided too. I also added eggs for an additional $1.80 to make the pic look more instagrammable. 😂

Will be back to try the signature abalone noodles next.


Review of the stall at ION Orchard Food Opera. The bak chor mee is pretty good, even if it’s not the best you can get in Sing. It’s cheap but the portion is a bit small, so depending on your appetite, you may want to supplement with additional noodles, fish skin (not that great), or the salted baked chicken.