1 Jelebu Road
#02-19/19A Bukit Panjang Plaza
Singapore 677743

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Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Roasted pork is quite flavourful and tender. Food was okay in general but pricey though so doubt will be back again

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The seasonal vegetables today were naibai cooked with pork lard. Pretty decent serving for $5.50++ although you should be ok with the bitterness of this vegetable before you order it! 😋

Tun Xiang was surprisingly not very crowded even when we went at the peak dinner time of 6.30 pm on a weekend! Perhaps because their main dishes are a little expensive compared to some of the other options in the mall (e.g. Eng's Wanton Mee)? Nonetheless, it is a decent option if you are looking for somewhere to dine with your family!

Tun Xiang recently took over the spot previously occupied by 18Chefs at Bukit Panjang Plaza and we decided to give it a try! The signature item here was the iberico pork belly with noodles and we decided to give it a try!

The bowl came with noodles reminiscent of that used in wanton mee, topped with around 8 fatty slices of iberico pork alongside a sous vide egg! The iberico pork was so good because half of each slice contained relatively firm pork, while the other half was basically fats, which were soft and juicy! The egg was also cooked just right - it was soft and the yolk was only partially cooked so it was pretty runny! However, we felt the noodles were a little soggy and might have been overcooked a little. We still love the QQ noodles found in some wanton noodles stalls around Singapore!

Do note that the stall also has red chilli but you have to separately request for it. The chilli makes the noodles tastier as the spice adds additional flavour to the noodles! 😋 For $9.50++, we think it's fairly reasonable for the delicious pork, plus Tun Xiang can be considered a restaurant after all!

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