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

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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I’ve been wanting to try this for so long and finally!!! Noodles spelt with the most complicated Chinese character. Didn’t disappoint, loved the the chewy texture of the noodle, and the flavours in this were just delightful. I thought it would be too oily, but the sauce and the spice was delicious, and the flavour and texture of the pork was just right. Personally, the noodles were too big and wide for my mouth which made it a hassle to it but it really made it an experience to eat. I would come back to try all their other handmade noodles because I really loved the bouncy texture! Also really affordable :)


Biang Biang Noodle ($7.40)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴Hidden gem for chewy, thick, hand-pulled noodles from Xi’an. Choose from among 5 ingredient combinations and our 3-in-1 featured tangy tomatoes, creamy scrambled egg, marinated pork cubes, and fresh greens.

The noodles one of the better textures around - silky with enjoyable chew and bite. Choose your own spicy level by adding in the addictive crisp fried chili bits and chili oil. Tossing everything together in the savory sauce was highly satisfying and slurp-worthy.

📍Biang Biang Noodle, 01-518, 190 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore

($7.50) Decided to try their noodle since I did passby before but it's quite interesting noodle to see for first time (I think that just for me only). I felt that their noodles was quite smooth but slightly thick texture in some part of noodles. I opt out for non-spicy as sis just recovered from flu and sore throat at that time. But the meat was quite nice but they give me only pork skin and fats :") only (not much meat inside).

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The deep fried laziji is a huge hit! You can taste the chili and peppercorns quite prominently and the batter is amazing. You’ll lose track of how many pieces you’re popping in your mouth!

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My favourite dish to order at Chinese dining places! The spice had a much more fragrant kick here than the noodles, every cube of tofu was super addictive. Gravy was thick and serving size just right to share with 2-3 people, if you’re getting other dishes.

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Huge, carb-heavy portion of biang biang noodles that is bound to fill you up so please come with an empty stomach! Worth what you’re paying for at $8.70 and the spice has a slight kick, though not as much as I’d like. Just take note that the noodles are thick (think mee hoon kueh) but also long like regular noodles so they can be a bit tricky to eat. Best not to wear white!

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