210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh
#01-05 Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Market & Food Centre
Singapore 310210

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06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm



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Touted as being one of Singapore's best ban mian, I can safely proclaim that it does truly live up to its name. Their broth is concentrated with so much goodness from the ingredients which they used in the boiling process - ikan billis, pork bones, and prawns!

I have to admit that sheng mian (or any other forms of yellow noodle) is not exactly my top choice of noodles, and I would usually go for you mian. But, I would gladly make an exception for this store. Being freshly handmade, their sheng mian is al dante and springy. Encompassed in their rich broth, every single bite bursts with umami without it being overly salty.

Each bowl also comes with a large fresh prawn, lean pork slices, vegetables, and the two most important toppings - the egg and crispy anchovies which help to bring the whole dish together and add an extra oomph to it.

Located in Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, their snaking long queue makes this stall hard to miss. I would usually go for the soup version as it feels more satisfying to me. Even on a hot day, this bowl of noodles still feels extremely shiok🔥That's how amazing it is - definitely worth every drop of sweat and penny!

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 9 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 6.5 ants


Cos I still have some hawker-loving auntiness in me, had to queue when I saw the snaking queue at this stall.

Verdict? A hearty dish. Pick the soup version though as the combination of thick chewy noodles in a thick flavourful broth was very comforting.

And wow I had no idea hawkers did noodle art like baristas #dinosaurart

The soup is boiled with pork and ikan bilis thus making the stock sweet and it is even more yummy when it is cooked with the sheng mian making it thick as well. :) Super love it~ It also comes with prawns, minced meat, pork, vegetables and egg. The noodles are springy and al dente and not the slightest overcooked. Do come early as there's a queue for this! Ate this once and fell in love. I also wrote about it here with more pics: http://bit.ly/2mXrO8F


Love the tinge of hei bi hiam fragrance in the chilli! Slurp!

Happy birthday to me! Birthday breakfast! 生面 delicious Sheng Mian soup! Thank you Lord for all the blessings n more in the coming year as I embark to the next phase of my life!

Included this stall as my fav mee Hoon Kway now! Worth queuing! Closed on Wednesday n Thursday. Morning till 2.30pm.