Noodles 🍜

Noodles 🍜

Featuring Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodle, Da Dong Prawn Noodles, Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar, Royal Thai Boat Noodles & Bar (KAP), Tenya (ION Orchard)
Kenneth Lee
Kenneth Lee

Think I found my new favourite casual soba place!

Tenya’s soba had a great springy texture and could stand on its own flavour wise. The tempura cold soba dish included fried prawn, red fish, squid, pumpkin and French beans. They were wonderfully seasoned, light and non-oily.

Delicious ramen at a decent price too!

Had the tsukemen dipping ramen with added spiciness ($14 + $2). I just slurped the entire bowl clean. The ingredients were fresh, the meat was tender, the broth was rich & tasty, and the noodles were pleasantly springy. The ajitama egg is a must add too.

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Flavours were spot on. Prawns were big and fresh. Only gripe was that the noodles were a tad too wet and I wish there was a bit more “wok hei” or “burn” to improve on the texture. Overall, my Thai craving was satisfied!

Late to the game but finally tried the infamous Da Dong Prawn Noodles.

Is it worth the hype? Definitely so. My yellow noodles were toothsome, coated with a luscious chili paste and topped with delicious lard.

The broth, though not refillable, was special. It tastes rich without being intense and overwhelming, unlike other places.

I had the prawn and pork rib noodles (S$5/8/10). The pork ribs easily fall off the bone, and the prawns were already peeled but not compromised in flavour. Shiok!

Probably the best dry ‘bee tai mak’ (silver needle noodle) in Singapore. The ingredients taste and feel very fresh. The noodles are best served with additional chili and vinegar. Each bowl costs an average of $5.

This no frills stall is remotely located at Pandan Gardens but one can still expect quite a wait. Advised to avoid patronising on peak days such as Saturdays and Public Holidays while they’re closed on Sundays. Service was extremely good with the staff able to communicate in English and Mandarin effectively.

Will definitely make this a regular visit.

Always hungry!

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