190 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
#01-518 Food Alley
Singapore 310190

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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My goes to Biang Biang Mian despite the distance. The noodle springy texture is what lures me there again and again. Be sure to add on heaps of the oil chilli for enhanced fragrance.

Ordered biang biang (added $1 for meat), which I will try without the meat next time as it was nothing fancy. Also had bo mian (spicy) and it was tasty and also cheaper than biang. Love how chewy their noodles are

Pork Belly with Minced Garlic 蒜泥白肉 ($6.80) consists of thinly sliced pork belly and cucumber drizzled in garlic sauce and chilli oil. The pork slices are very soft and they go very well with the aromatic and savoury sauce - great appetiser!


The 3-in-1 Signature Biang Biang Noodles ($6) is surprisingly mild (compared to 麻辣) but nonetheless, tasty. I like the chewy texture of the thick and broad noodles, which are tossed with tomato omelette and diced pork in a delicious sauce. Note that this is hardly spicy on its own and I had to add a generous amount of fried chilli to spice things up. Although the fried chilli is not very spicy as well, the chilli oil adds a nice fragrance which elevates the noodles. A pretty homely and comforting bowl of noodles I must say!


Being a noodle person, I was rather shocked to know about bian bian noodles, which are like wider flat noodles and they are really very long. With the bite of the noodle texture, you know that it is definitely handmade noodles!

Interestingly they are mixed in tomato sauce and some meat. It is like a dry version of HDL tomato noodle soup! Overall taste is attractive, and it did lure me craving for more! Also, a price of $6 is quite acceptable (portion might be a little small for guys, but perfect for me).

While the sides aren't really a shout out point for the restaurant as we tried the la zi ji, and it was quite disappointing with the much coated mini chicken bites.

Satisfaction: 🤤 🤤 🤤 🤤 🤤 (for their noodles)
Price: $6 (for two pax)
Location: Toa Payoh Central; 190 Lor 6 Toa Payoh. Biang Biang Noodles

This changed my mind entirely, impressive and humble bowl of 3-in-1 biang biang mian that's bursting with flavours - tangy tomato sauce, meat and with one super long thread of noodles.

Had this in Xi'an but must say this definitely trumps over it. (~$6). Will be back for many many many bowls.

Ps. Toa payoh food street has too many good food places

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