231 Victoria Street
Bugis Village
Singapore 188025

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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This is kolo mee. Good choice if around the vicinity since there’s a wide selections of other dishes to go along with if one likes variety.


The noodles live up to their name - really QQ! Sarawak sauce was not bad, quite light yet tasty. Only wish they would give more meat.

I’ve always walked past this place but never gave it a second look. Thanks to my friend’s recommendation, we discovered a hidden gem!

Price is a little steep though. I’m sure we can get similar stuff for

The noodles texture was amazing, so chewy and smooth the same time! Couldn't stop eating! And the fried wanton added some crunch and meaty goodness to my noodles. And the spring onion oil sauce made the noodles so tasty. Will be back for more noodles and definitely upsizing it🍜

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Thinking of what to have for breakfast and lunch today? Noodles from QQ Noodle House are soft, and from their term 'QQ'. Topped with lots of side dishes including beef ball, minced meat and deep fried wantons. Love how a simple dish like this can taste so delicious.
💸Starting from $5.80, with no GST tax, they serve different variation of noodles, and is located at the heart of 🚩Bugis.
Have a great day everyone! Hashtag #thegrowingbelly to share your meals with us and have a great day ahead!

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Always love their noodles and even after a year of absence from me, they remain consistent, other than the shops being renovated and the bowls changed.. Oh ya, there's even an automated ordering machine..
I always love their al dente noodles, salty favour and the Sarawak style of seasoning.. The other ingredients(char Siew, wanton, meatball) might be lacking, but who cares! Still a Favourite of mine!


It's next to a Popeye's, it's a franchise restaurant, I walked in with the most snobbish of looks on my face and walked out blown away.

"Taste of Sarawak" seems to be the selling line for their special. Now, I don't know what Sarawak tastes like, but if it tastes like this, then Sarawak tastes really good!

The toppings are ordinary, the presentation is ordinary, the service is ordinary, but please do take those bouncy noodles for a spin in the salty fatty sauce at the bottom and you'll know what I'm talking about. You'll be quiet the entire meal because it's not nice to speak with your mouth full and believe me, you'll keep your mouth full at all times.

I'm yet to find a more intelligent way of describing the food other than "really good", but perhaps that's all it needs to be: unpretentious, unapologetic get your noodle fix shop.