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10 Eunos Road 8
#01-136 SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600

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Wednesday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

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pretty gd! super worth w the 1for1 promo, but recommend to eat in instead of taking away. noodles were v dry and stuck tgther when i rched home. original noodles r the best!

Generous portion for 1 for 1, but
- soup abit bland needs more seasoning
- noodles too soft
- potato salad side tasted stale

Beef balls were good and again the portions are generous!!!

Very big bowl of noodle. Would be good that burpple deal can include reg size and more variety of side dishes. Ordered extra prawn dumpling, which we didn't really like because the filings is just a whole shrimp with chives and egg.

[Originated from Lanzhou, Nuodle established since 1915 ✨]

@nuodle.asia is a Halal-certified Chinese eatery, known for their freshly hand-pulled noodles on the spot, savour the goodness of its soup broth or dry version 😋 Located at Singpost Centre and Our Tampines Hub, I must say the bowls had a huge serving and very affordable in one sitting! 🤤Thus, choose wisely from their variety of Lanzhou delicacies — my favorite were the Shabu Shabu La Mian and Lanzhou Fried La Mian from the selection we've tried below! 😄

Featuring 📸:
🌶🥩Cold Cut Beef Slices 凉拌牛肉 (Reg $7.90)
Marinated and braised beef slices are what Nuodle is known for. Drizzled with chili oil and served chilled, cold dish appetizer 👍🏻

🌶🍜Shabu Shabu Beef La Mian 红烧肥牛拉面 (Reg $9.90/ Large $12.90)
Soft and melt in your mouth Shabu Shabu Beef served in a special braised soup base. This item is one of their newest dishes at Nuodle 👍🏻

🌶🍜Signature Beef La Mian 招牌牛肉拉面 (Reg $8.60/ Large $11.90)
This dish is not only their signature but it is also a royal recipe that has passed down from 2000 years since the Qin Dynasty. 🤩

🌶🍜Sauerkraut Beef La Mian 酸菜牛肉拉面 (Reg $9.90/ Large $13.90)
Suitable for people who would prefer soup with a vegetable base along with their beef soup broth.

🍜Seafood La Mian 海鲜拉面 (Reg $9.90/ Large $11.90)
An alternative besides beef base. Offering a variety of fresh ingredients such as fresh prawns, fishballs, clams and beancurd.

🥢Chicken Bean Paste La Mian 炸酱面 (Reg $8.60/ Large $11.90)
The original Chinese styled version of the Korean Jja Jiang Mian, dry version of handpulled La Mian topped with chicken, bean paste, potatoes and diced vegetables.

🥢Lanzhou Fried La Mian 兰州炒面 (Reg $9.50)
Choose either beef or seafood option in which handpulled La Mian is stir fried with red pepper, green pepper and black fungi, flavorful dish indeed 👍🏻

🧆Beef Ball Soup 牛肉丸子汤 (Reg $6.80)
Housemade beef balls that are chewy, soft and go really well with the beef based soup.

💌Thanks @nuodle.asia for the warm hospitality and @kenpgl @sghappens for having me 🤗

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Sa 👏🏼 tis 👏🏼 fying 👏🏼 Noods 👏🏼

Bought this with 1-for-1 Burpple Beyond and its so worth it! Portion is huge (bigger than my palm furreal) and it comes with a side dish too. The Chicken Bean Paste is abit salty on its own but with the noods and cucumber, everything is well balanced! 💯

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Choose the style of your noodles; thin, normal, thick, flat, or leek leaf shaped.
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The hand pulled noodles are soft and springy with a light chewy texture, done in the traditional style of Lanzhou, Gansu, China.
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Served in a warm but incredibly tasty soup / broth, which looks thin but has big beef flavour. I prefer the version which has chili oil, for a little bit of kick.
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The marinated beef slices have a tender chew with savoury meaty flavour, while the beef tendons have a slippery crunch to texture.
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Finished with tender vegetal sweet daikon radish slices, and spring onions.
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