Top 10 in Tiong Bahru

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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Tiong Bahru, Singapore.

A beautiful mess. Rice piled with curry, braised sauce, crispy thin fried pork, braised pork belly, cabbage and topped off with a yummy fried egg. Love it that they added a dash of dark soy sauce on the fried egg.

It may look messy but definitely the best Hainanese Curry Rice I’ve ever had. Long queues during peak hours but the experienced “production line” ensures you get your food quickly!

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Go for the quiche and salad set, salad is super generous, fresh and tasty dressing. The rest of the croissants are also top notch!

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He loved it which hopefully means I can persuade him to come back for another brunch! I had the dark chocolate pancakes with raspberries and cacao nibs. The pancakes weren’t actually chocolate disappointingly but they had a yummy dark choc spread in-between them 👌#pancakes #pancakeporn #plainvanilla #plainvanillabakery #chocolatepancakes #brunch #tiongbahru

Great service by their lovely service crew, good meals and pretty place 👌🏻👌🏻

A must order dish! This little but surprisingly filling meal with blow your mind.

Attended a Burpple Eatup recently at Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Tiong Bahru Plaza — an eatery serving up beef noodles hailing from Lanzhou with around 300 outlets across China. The menu is simple, offering only four variations of beef noodles while patrons can choose from eight different types of noodles — patrons can also opt for a set at an additional $4 which includes side dish, braised egg and drink. My favourites were the Dry Beef Noodles with Flat Noodles (chewy with a substantial bite; absolutely slurpy — an entire strand of noodle that is fun to eat) which was made better with chili and coriander mixed in, while the Mala Spicy Beef Noodles carried just a comfortable tinge of numbness and spiciness that fits really well for those who are not too accustomed to Mala. We also tried the Signature Beef Noodles; the broth being cooked and reduced from an entire shank with the meat being used for the beef slices within the noodles. Pretty delicious and authentic, with flavours accustomed to the local palate.

Thanks to Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles for hosting, and Burpple for the invite!

With a strong presence of over 300 outlets across China, Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles has finally made its way to our shores in Singapore.

The beef noodles are prepared using only halal meats & high quality fresh ingredients. The clear broth (cooked with more than 15 spices) was light yet flavourful, and the hand-pulled noodles were stretched perfectly upon each order. So springy and chewy!

The menu is relatively simple; with only 4 selections, and you can choose your favourite type of noodles to go with the beef!!! Looking for the extra boost in the flavour? Try adding in their homemade chilli oil & vinegar and you will yearn for more!

Thanks Burpple for the invite & Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle for the generous hosting.


Each of the components that make up this bowl of beef noodles complement each other perfectly with a beef broth base that’s light and savoury, while the handmade noodles are stretched upon order and cooks in a pot of boiling water and out within seconds to retain its consistency and chewiness. What’s different in the Singapore outlet as compared to the ones overseas is that beef shank slices are used instead of beef tendon and cubes.

Ordering is a breeze as there are only 4 types of beef noodles to choose from namely the Signature Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90), Sauerkraut Beef Noodles ($9.90/$11.90), Mala Spicy Beef Noodles ($9.50/$11.50) and Dry Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90). After you have decided on the beef noodles, now comes the headache part as there are 8 different kinds of hand-pulled noodles but I will make things easy for you by recommending the Flat noodles in the Dry Beef Noodles. Mix in their homemade chili oil for a touch of spiciness and some vinegar for the tang before eating and you will notice how the flat noodles is able to latch onto the sauces so well that each slurp is an enjoyable one.
Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Address: 302, Tiong Bahru Road, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Unit 02-107, Singapore 168732