941 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534709

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08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

08:00am - 02:30am

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Ban Mian ($5)

I decided to try their soup version for ban mian after a long time. Their soup broth was full of different flavour but their ban mian size was quite thin compared to the rest of the stall.

The signature ban mian includes al-dente noodles topped with minced pork, ikan bilis, fried shallots, garlic, runny egg and dried shrimp chilli. The fried garlic pairs well with the bowl of noodles. Mix the egg and coat the noodles with chilli for some silky and spicy kick. Overall, it is a decent bowl of ban mee which I would pop by if I’m around the vicinity 》$4.80 / Small


Opened 24 hours, this is one of the best ban mian I had.

Need to stir the egg and chilli together with the ban mian to fully enjoy this.

Take note, Chilli very explosive.

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Just a stone's throw away from Kovan MRT, there sits a coffeeshop by the junction that literally goes by the name "The Coffee Shop". The small food court houses multiple stores that have won the hearts of many 💖

Among which includes The Breakfast Club (which recently opened a new outlet at Holland Village) and Ng Kuan Chilli Pan Mee. I've been wanting to visit for a while and finally ticked this off my list!

Had high expectarions of their signature dry ban mian. The KL-style dry pan mee came with minced meat, fragrant garlic bits, fried shallots and anchovies. Mix that runny egg and all ingredients together with the noodles before eating 🍳

Overall, its a decent bowl of pan mee. If I were to nitpick, I did find the shallots a bit too charred (that led to a slight bitter taste). I was also hoping for unabashedly spicy pan mee so I'd definitely add more chilli on my next visit 🍜🔥

Do note that seats are limited and coffeeshop is usually crowded even ahead of lunch time (or at least it was so on my visit). If you'd rather skip the waiting time for seats, there's a free delivery option for orders above $30. This outlet also operates 24/7 so it could be a good supper alternative!

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Personally felt this is really good, despite many bad reviews on Google. There are some good reviews as well.

Ban mian is very dry, but don't be put off, stir the eggs together with the noodle and chilli. The ingredients not much, so better pair with the chicken cutlet. Chicken cutlet is well seasoned and crispy.

The star of the show is really the chilli la.

Ng Kuan occupies the spot where the legendary Simon Road Hokkien Mee used to be. This corner coffeeshop is located within the Kovan supper belt (Punggol Nasi Lemak and Qi Wei Chicken Hotpot are nearby). A word of warning for any of you who would think that the Chilli 🌶 is the 甘香type. This stuff is really spicy! Mix sparingly if you are a 小辣person. The runny egg goes really well with the 拌面, lending it an almost carbonara-esque smoothness. Props to the peppery soup too. Great for supper as this place opens 24-7!

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