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1187 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-22 The Midtown
Singapore 533971

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Finally tried this place! Small and cosy seating area at second floor. Boat noodles were flavorful (in fact the beef taste was a little strong for my liking) and tomyam soup had the right amount of sweet and spicy. Portion size is just right!

A stone throw away from Hougang MRT, you can get authentic Thai boat noodles @tiewmaithaiboatnoodle

These flavourful Mini Thai Boat Noodles ($1.80/bowl) comes in both beef and pork option. It’s so small, you can slurp it all up in a bite or two. But they do have a regular size too!

But I would go for these Tom Yum Boran Noodles ($6.50). Egg noodles soak in thick spicy broth served with prawn, squid, and sliced pork collar, it leaves you wanting more

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One of the better boat noodles I had in SG. Beef is tender, soup is really good. The winglets have a hint of sweetness to it which was good and the fish sauce wasn’t too overpowering. Worth the price!

For those staying at the northeast side, Tiew Mai makes you feel like you are back in Thailand. Tuck into a savoury bowl of Thai Boat Beef Noodles on a rainy day (mini bowl at $1.80 while regular at $6), comforts the stomach. With added chili flakes, it brings out the flavour of the beef broth.The spicy and sour Tom Yum Boran ($6.50) filled with pork, minced pork, tender squid and prawns was addictive too. However, we find the fish sauce chicken wings and grilled pork ball ($4 each) quite normal. Satisfying lunch!

A straightforward bowl of boat noodle. It's a meal lor, just that I didn't enjoy it. The fact they're run by Thais makes it a disappointment. For one, maybe I shouldn't have selected kuay teow. Surprised by the pig liver too.

It's sour, but not full-on lemonade. I don't know whether the red is just a colour, but I detect cherry. Not great, but I can definitely imagine this in Thailand.

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