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7 Maxwell Road
#02-109 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm



09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

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Been wanting to try this for awhile, especially hearing how the noodles are made fresh and with more egg so its more springy, and the story of the lady boss. The sauce was less salty than i expected, considering how dark it is. Good stuff :-)

Tried their braised meat and black fungus noodles for $5. Unique combination!

They used to be at Holland Drive and now relocated to Amoy Street, probably to get more crowd especially during the lunch time here in CBD.

The chilli wasn’t really kick as expected but their noodle was handmade and prepared daily.


The 辣椒版面 that I usually get from the the first level (老妈子版面) was sold out, so I decided to try the rendition from another stall situated at level 2 of Amoy hawker. Maybe I should have asked for more anchovies because this bowl of noodles were simply put, chilli noodles. There weren’t any fragrance and spice was probably the only flavour you could taste in this bowl. However, the portion is more generous as compared to the one located just below. ⁣


Was pleasantly surprised to find them still open after most stores were closed/sold out at 2+pm on a weekday afternoon! To be fair, the taste of the dark sauce doesn’t match up to how dark the colour is. But the homemade dried shrimp chili was truly the star of the dish! Though deceivingly unspicy initially, the gradual spice-up together with the flavour burst from the dried shrimp paste was just 👍🏻👍🏻 Topped with super crunchy ikan bilis, money vegetable, soya bean, mushrooms and a beautiful onsen egg, and paired with a bowl of homely moneyplant soya bean soup, definitely worth the price! 😋😋 Plus, the store owners were kind enough to help cook up my lunch in the middle of their own meal and were so nice about it 😭😭


I’m back at Madam Leong Ban Mian at Amoy Street Food Centre (#02-109) for lunch AGAIN and I finally checked the last item off my food list - Tom Yum Chicken Ban Mian ($5). As most of the Tom Yum ban mian I had from other stalls are seafood based, I’m pleasantly surprised that the tender chicken thighs go quite well with the robust Tom Yum soup:) Coupled with straw mushrooms and tomatoes, this flavourful bowl of noodles has all the things that I like in a good bowl of Tom Yum ban mian!


mine was a takeaway, so the noodles were already mushy by the time I got to eat it but the minced meat and shrimp chilli were good enough to compensate. the hawker center is a freaking oven. how do office people eat there in their office clothes?!