514 Bishan Street 13
Level 2 Bishan Bus Interchange
Singapore 570514

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10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm


10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Came here for lunch and decided to get their dumplings as well.

The skin of the dumpling is a little thick but smooth. Filings were packed with crunchy vegetables but felt that it could do with more seasoning. The sauce of the dumplings were good and acidic enough. Tasted like Lao gan ma with black vinegar.

Overall dumplings were not too bad. However I didn't like how my dumplings were at the counter turning cold. It wasn't a busy day and the staff just rang the bell and stood there without bothering. We were seated in front of the ordering machine and the guy could clearly see us and he clearly knew that we were looking out for our dumplings. Yet he didn't place the dumplings at the table counter, instead it was placed somewhere we couldn't see from where we were seating.


Rougamo or Roujiamo 肉夹馍 @ $4.50

Good portion given that it's the price of a meal. First time having this dish and learnt that it's a traditional dish from China Xi'an, which is also deemed as the eastern hamburger.

It's not bad, the filling is really good, can see a good mix of fatty and lean meat. It's a good amount of grease too that makes the flavour good but not too much that makes it feel too oily.

The bun is nicely toasted and served hot but slightly on the tough side and thought it might be better if it's a bit softer. But not sure how that would balance with the outer crispiness. Might go around and try a few more to confirm if this is how the texture is supposed to be.

The dumplings 红油抄手 at this stall looks good too, will be back to try it.

SGD5 (+SGD1 for shaved noodles)

This is my kind of comfort food that warms my heart and tummy. The slurpalicious noodles had a nice firm texture and went really well with the light yet taste broth. You might not be able to see but there was quite a substantial amount of beef too!


From Shi Xiang Ge
Another meatless item with Shanghai green, Chinese cabbages, tofu, sliced kelp and quail eggs.
Had changed to lamian by topping up $1.
Chosen less spicy, satisfied with the addictive soup.


This stall has been around for some time but I have never had the opportunity to try out their food.

The noodles has the right amount of firmness and springiness, and are topped with tender slices of beef.

But the real star of this dish would be the soup. Don't let the clear soup fool you, its flavour packs a punch. Moreover, the flavour profile of the soup is rather unique; it reminds me of the dishes that I had in China. You would be hard pressed to name another local place which serves beef noodles with a similar flavour profile. 😋

Most of the people eating here are patronising this store and I can see why. Forgot to asked for the knife cut noodles which should have a more interesting texture to it. The soup was a little salty for my liking (but probably because I have been eating clean lately with little or no salt) but the flavour was amazing and the meat was quite tender. Loved the intestines. Different from the kway chap version or the mala xiangguo kind, probably braised in their own sauce and they gave so many that i think it is worth for the $3 paid. Next round will probably try the tomato and egg version, this time round to ask for the knife cut noodles instead.

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