103 Amoy Street
Singapore 069923

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am


12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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From outside it looks like a bar but actually during daytime, you could enjoy some Indonesia food inside.

Their Bakmi Ayam is one of the hot sales item that most of people coming here would order.

Comes with fresh noodles topped with braised chicken, braised shiitake, onsen tamago, tofu crisps and poached green; for $10. Definitely a good place to have your lunch.

No #WFH for us, so we’re off exploring new lunch venues in CBD.

@moonstone.sg Signature Bakmi Ayam Mason ($10) is made of with braised chicken, onsen egg, shitake mushroom, poached greens and tofu crisps. Springy noodles combined with a medley of ingredients and a bowl of chicken broth on the side, it was simple and satisfying.

For those who prefer a spicy version, there’s the Bakmi Szechuan ($8). Using Sichuan-style braised chicken instead, add on a dollop of their sambal chilli for that numbing kick.

Address: 103 Amoy Street, Singapore 069923
#moonstonebar #bakmi #burpple

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fresh noodles, braised chicken, braised shiitake, onsen tamago, tofu crisps, poached greens, chicken broth


I have a soft spot for dry noodles, in particular any that resembles instant noodles. The In.Ter.Net ($11) from Moonstone features curly noodles, house-made corned beef, ‘secret’ seasoning, onsen egg and chicharron (fried lard cubes). The dish is pretty simple but absolutely delicious and addictive - the noodles are coated in runny egg and the crispy lard cubes, corned beef and fiery chilli sauce come together really well. I wish the portion is more generous though - it’s quite pricey for a small bowl of noodles with minimal ingredients and it might not be substantial enough for lunch or dinner, at least for me😅 Nonetheless, still got to credit it for being tasty!

"Why would I visit a bar and order indomie when I can make it at home?"

Well, FRESH indomie is key to the Suprmee ($12), a solid bowl of noodles that serves as both a hangover cure and reliable drinking companion. Umami is its middle name, which I assume can be attributed to the "secret seasoning".

So unless you're the kind who jazzes up your regular instant indomie with onsen tamago, braised chicken, and chicarron (fried pork rinds), this just isn't the same!

Give the K.F.C. ($3.50) a miss and go for a side or two, like the Browned Cauliflower ($7) with a siiiiick miso butter glaze and furikake.

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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.

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