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103 Amoy Street
Singapore 069923

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am


12:00pm - 12:00am

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An unexpected find along Amoy Street! Walk too quickly and you may just miss it. Moonstone bar serves up a curated list of drinks including cocktails, wines, beers, including the famous Pilsner Urquell. The industrial chic deco and open kitchen is also a refreshing vibe to local jaded bars. The best part? Moonstone's food is to die for. Apart from delicious bar bites, Bakmi Ayam Mason is one of its bestselling mains for the hungry. Noodles, poached chye sim, minced chicken & mushrooms, fried tofu skin, and an onsen egg for only $12. Yes, I had two bowls.

This is the Bakmi Ayam Mason. Basically a noodle dish inspired by a street food staple, the Bakmi, in Indonesia. This one's certainly much elevated, made with fresh ramen noodles, braised chicken, shitake mushroom and an onsen egg for the perfect texture. Reasonably priced at $12 for dinner and lunch options at $8. Great option for those working around the CBD!

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Round the gang up for dinner at this joint on Amoy Street before your next drinking session. A no-brainer option would be the Suprmee ($12) — a comforting rendition of Indomee topped with an onsen egg, braised chicken and chicharron. Be sure to add a dollop of their house chilli for extra oomph. For a rice option, go for the Nasi Ayam Mason ($8) that sports braised chicken and tofu crisps.
Photo by Burppler G KK


Fresh Curly Noodles, Secret Seasoning, Onsen Tamago, Braised Chicken, Chicharron.

From Moonstone Bar; previously known as 21Moonstone, they had since moved out of their former premises and had moved into their own space at Amoy Street. This was an item which sounds simple, but absolutely flavourful and comforting that goes especially well with the drinks they have to offer; almost like a satisfying bowl of noodles that works great as hangover food. Essentially just their very own rendition of Indomie, the noodles were springy, tossed in a secret seasoning that is absolutely umami and coats the noodles perfectly; adding the Chili gives it a very apt spicy punch that tickles the taste buds, even for those who may have a higher tolerance of spiciness given the heat it provides. Braised chicken comes in the form of minced meat here; the minced meat giving it a savoury and meaty bite that bears a texture consistent to the noodles, while the Onsen Egg helps to provide a silkier touch to the noodles when mixed into it. Had never expected Indomie to be so flavourful; the dish being so addictive on its own and so satisfying — something which I would most certainly develop cravings for in the future.


This was the nasi ayam mason. The perfect filling lunch