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144 Upper Bukit Timah Road
#04-44 Beauty World Food Centre
Singapore 588177

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Sunday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 07:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Doesn’t look like it packs any spice at all, but the dry cintan noodles ($4) is one of my favourite dishes here precisely for its special chilli! Hand-made noodles are tossed in a mixture of dark sauce and belachan. It’s served with meat, mushroom, some vegetables and topped with shallots & ikan bilis. They’d pack their rich soup into a separate container for you!

Do not judge a book by its cover. Was thinking this mala/hot & spicy will be no kick since the colour is so light (unlike the tomyum one). But wow the spice really burn your throat as you swallow the soup down (definitely some HOT stuff here). Tasted a bit like chicken rice chilli but a soupy version. The banmian are all handmade and you can really taste the difference. I like how they have meatballs inside my banmian soup. It's a really hearty bowl of soup. Perfect for the rainy weather. For those who can't take spicy food... You have been warned!

This is the dry U-Mian ($4) that my girlfriend and I always order without fail! There’s something about the texture of the noodles here that you won’t be able find elsewhere. The minced meat ball is seasoned perfectly. They have great homemade chilli too! The soup that comes with the dry noodles is also very flavourful.

Some extra notes:
- On most days especially on weekends during lunch/dinner hours, expect to wait around 15-20 minutes for your noodles. You’ll be given a q-number so you won’t have to stand around for too long.
- Try to avoid going around 230-3pm, as they usually have their lunch break around that time.
- Although their stated opening hours is until 830pm, they usually sell out by 730-8pm (from experience HAHA)

Today we MUNCH-ed on...🤤 Noodles from Top 1 Homemade Noodles!!
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📍Top 1 Homemade Noodles, Beauty World Food Centre📍
💸Dry Cintan Mee: $4 (additional egg for $0.50)
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Unarguably one of the more popular stalls at Beauty World Food Centre, you can always see a steady stream of customers crowded around the stall🚶‍♂️🏃‍♂️My go-to is always the dry cintan noodles with meat balls!!😍 Strongly recommended to go for the dry version simply because you get the best of both worlds- the chili + black sauce and soup. Go easy on the chili if your spice tolerance is not that great as it is really bright red and spicy!!🔥🔥🔥 You can customize your own bowl of noodles by picking 1)type of noodles (ban mian, u-mian, cintan mee, mee hoon kuey etc), 2)dry or soup (normal, tom yum etc) and 3)type of ingredients (meatballs, prawn, fish maw, fish slices etc).

Opening Hours
Thurs-Tues: 1030H-2030H
Note: Closed every Wednesday

Sliced fish hand made noodle dry ($5)
The sauce is just 10/10, sweet and savoury with the chili not being overpowering. The addition of ikan bilis (Fried anchovies) provided a nice crunch to the dish. The noodles were thick and chunky served with a generous serving of pork and fish slices mixed with crunchy green vegetables. A very satisfying meal complemented with an extremely flavourful fish broth.
Taste: 9/10 > 9.5/10 (When considering the fish soup served alongside it)

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Rave reviews by the Burpple community about the noodles here had always triggered the drools. I had no luck on my first visit in the early evening, missing out on their last bowl by mere minutes. So for my second attempt, I made sure to arrive earlier and was rewarded for my effort but still had to settle for “you mian” (fine noodles) instead of my preferred “mee hoon kway” (flat, torn pieces) which had sold out.
Their noodles are the firmest of any handmade noodle stalls I have tried. Don’t get me wrong - I am not complaining because I prefer all manner of noodles cooked al dente. The dry version I chose came with a fragrant sauce of sesame oil, dark soya sauce and some chilli to toss the noodles in. On hindsight, I should have asked for extra chilli because the default didn’t have enough of a kick for me. Their murky soup, so sweet and tasty, was definitely way above average. I guess that’s why T.H.‘s bowl of “mee sua” soup was also a cut above in shiok-ness. Something worth considering if you are in the mood for something comfortingly soft and soupy.

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