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First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

Did you know that A Noodle Story cooks their pork belly char siew for 36 hours using the sous vide method? No wonder these smooth, succulent slices are so tender and melt in your mouth!

Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

One of the ingredients that A Noodle Story usually serves is the Potato Prawn, which is a prawn wrapped in potato and deep fried. However, I’m not sure if it’s because I ordered the smallest size ($9) or that they’re out of stock during the COVID-19 period, I got just a deep fried prawn sans potato, like the regular kind of tempura ebi you get from Japanese bentos.

Nonetheless, it was nice that they packed the prawn separately from the noodles to keep it crisp and prevent it from getting soggy! Really considerate 😊👍🏼

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

Throwback to happier makan-OUT days with the claypot rice from New Lucky Claypot Rice, a Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded stall located at Holland Drive Market & Food Centre.

The rice is cooked over charcoal stoves, so do expect a long waiting time during peak hours (Pro Tip: call them and order in advance to save on waiting time). Love the slightly charred and crispy rice crust topped with tender and juicy chicken! Elevate the taste further by mixing in sesame oil and dark sauce! Generous serving includes ingredients like Chinese sausages and salted fish too!

That said, they are currently only available for takeaway because of the circuit breaker rule, so do continue to support them and other local F&B businesses during this trying period through takeaway or food delivery services.

First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊

First day of circuit breaker and the usually bustling Amoy Street was practically deserted on a weekday lunch time. A Noodle Story is one of the stalls that are still open during the circuit breaker. I dabao-ed the wanton mee ($9) to go for lunch. Although $9 may seem pricey for a wanton mee, I think it is worth every cent. It’s like a Singapore-style ramen, with springy noodles, wanton dumplings generously stuffed with prawns, melt-in-the-mouth tender slices of char siew, deep fried prawn and a runny ramen egg. If we’re willing to pay $12+ for Japanese ramen, $9 is definitely worth it for this bowl of Singapore-style ramen!

Especially during these tough times, let’s support our local F&B outlets and hawkers by ordering takeaway or delivery! Stay strong and take care everyone 💪🏼💕

Taste Points: 3/3
Affordability Points: 2.5/3
PlayFood Verdict: 3/3

Stuck at home and bored? Check out my video review of A Noodle Story on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1if4O9igk8! 😊