810 Geylang Road
#05-02 City Plaza
Singapore 409286

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

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This dry fish maw ban mian comes with minced pork, ikan bilis, vegetables, dark sauce and chilli. Toss the noodles with the sauce and it's all good to eat. The ban mian was cooked al-dente with a firm and bouncy texture that gives a delectable bite 》$4.50

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This stall serves good ban mian and offers a selection of different kinds of noodles such as mee hoon kueh, ban mian, u mian, gong zai mian, cintan mee, bee hoon, mee sua and bean flour noodle. Be spoiled for choice with different combinations of ingredients such as abalone clams, fish maw, prawn, scallop or sliced fish to go with your noodles.

The abalone clams ban mian comes with minced meatballs, mushrooms, vegetables and ikan bilis in a clear and flavourful broth. The ban mian was firm, soft and a little chewy 》$5

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We heard of this famed noodle stall and decided to try it out!! The stall serves a variety of handmade noodles, including ban mian, you mian, Mee hoon kueh, topped with ingredients such as sliced fish, abalone slices and pacific clams. In our case, we ordered the dish with you mian and abalone slices only, with the smallest bowl costing $4!

Although the noodles tasted fairly standard, the soup was really nice because it was very flavourful and probably has been boiled with fish and ikan bilis for a long time. For $4, the ingredients were also fairly generous even as the bowl of noodles was rather small. Pair the noodles and the abalone slices with the chilli paste provided for an extra kick since the chilli is really spicy!

Poon Nah City was really crowded even near it's closing time of 8 pm in the evening, and it's testament to the popularity of the dish! 😁

May look like some regular mee hoon kueh, but this bowl with sliced fish ($4/5/6) is definitely a slight notch above the rest. The soup is pretty refreshing, and the fish slices were very fresh. Their chilli is the bomb, as it is extremely spicy yet fragrant, further elevating this bowl of hearty goodness. Best for a rainy day. Do check it out if you are around the area!

Here at Poon Nah, they provide several noodle options with add-ons such as sliced fish, prawns and pacific clams with the usual ingredients of fried anchovies, mushrooms and minced pork, with an additional menu for fried snacks like tofu skin, fish cake and luncheon meat. Overall, this is not my top handmade noodle spot but it’s definitely good enough for me to return many more times.
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✨ Poon Nah City Home Made Noodle
πŸ“ 810 Geylang Road, City Plaza, Unit 05-02, Singapore 409286
πŸ›΅ WhatsApp 9154 3515/8338 2241
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The broth is light yet flavourful. They have super shiok chili, spicy!

(S$4, takeaway + $0.50, excludes delivery fee)

*Circuit Breaker period*

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