Wednesday, August 31, 2016

6 Types Of Noodles In Singapore - More Guide, More Flavour

Being involved in the F&B industry more than two years makes me even familiar with typical noodle dishes. Actually, if we talk much deeper about noodle, it will remind us of the good childhood memories when our parents bring us to a small noodle stall located at downtown to be the biggest treat ever. And now, a simple noodle dishes that we have to eat in the past has ben transformed into much more modern and keep on evolving to be significant. Living in Singapore is truly a great idea to discover remarkable noodle dishes that’s contemporary or even sophisticated because this country would give you so many options about noodle dishes to be tasted for. Just check out this guide.

All of us undoubtedly enjoy distinctive noodle bowl with some kind of fresh toppings that comes in a superior presentation. But do you know there are 5 types of noodle in Singapore so far? Probably some of you already know while many of you still didn’t realize it. Next question is, where to find it? Fred not, this guide would be packed with some recommended restaurant to be your next destination. If you like this, feel free to share it anyway.

1. Mee Goreng
It is not uncommon to find Mee Goreng in Singapore. A particular favorite hawker food that is associated with South Indians culture with a touch of local flavor. Using the thick and springy yellow egg noodle mixed together with specific tomato sauce and some kind protein is something to be expected from this. Served with half-cooked egg makes it even delicious. Savour each bite of it nicely.

Alternative Venue: Springleaf Prata Place
396 Upper Bukit Timah Road
The Rail Mall
Nearest MRT: Hillview
RSVP: (+65) 64 932 404, 90 626 849
Operational Hours:
8.00am - 12.00am (Everyday)

2. Banmian
Actually, this dish is originally from China and Taiwan. Known as the handmade noodle served in soup, but in Singapore, it can be served dry. Precisely, the meal is considered as healthier options because it consists many vitamins from any variations in ingredients, stocks and noodle shapes. To some extent, it supposed to be served with egg and protein in order to push the flavor up and makes it even richer to be tasted. Definitely a right meal for cold weather like now.

Alternative Venue: Foodclique
461 Clementi Road
Level 3 SIM HQ Block A
Nearest MRT: Clementi
Operational Hours:
9.00am - 9.00pm (Monday - Friday)
9.00am - 4.00pm (Saturday)
Closed on Sunday

3. Fishball Noodle
The oldest noodle bowl in Singapore that truly represents the nation’s identity. And yes, to live like a local, all you need to taste at the first is just Fishball Noodle. This hawker food delicacy consists of springy noodle, chewy fishcake, and garnished with fresh spring onion. It’s simple, delicious, and tasty. Try it, your sense will be lifted.

Alternative Venue: Eat
Rail Mall, 380 Upper Bukit Timah Rd 436
Nearest MRT: Hillview
RSVP: (+65) 64 623 034
Operational Hours:
10.00am - 12.00am (Everyday)

4. Charsiew Horfun
Looking for melt-in-the-mouth sensation? Of course, Horfun is the right answer. Inspired by the Ipoh culture which is warmth and friendly, this type of noodle dish is truly significant. Even though it appears quite simple, taste is speaking more than the presentation. Smooth, tasty, and rich comes from every single component on that plate. The major highlight, of course, the noodle itself to be paired with the chasiu. 

Alternative Venue: Shan Cheng
1 Jelebu Road #01-56/57
Bukit Panjang Plaza
Nearest MRT: Bukit Panjang
Operational Hours:
8.00am - 10.30pm (Everyday)

5. Ramen
The fanciest noodle bowls in today’s world. Perhaps, it doesn’t only look beautiful but the taste is truly excellent. In Singapore, there are so many types of ramen that comes in different presentation and composition. The sights and sounds of slurping noodle accompanied by tenderness of pork meat emanating once you taste it. The one that you see here is listed at the Best Ramen In Singapore.

Alternative Venue: Keisuke Ramen
Suntec City Mall (Level. 2)
Nearest MRT: Promenade 
RSVP: (+65) 63 377 919
Operational Hours:
11.30am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

6. Jajangmyeon
Jajangmyeon is proud Korean noodle that is available within the territory. This type of noodle emphasize the flavor and texture packed in a generous presentation. Combining several types of ingredients consist of black bean sauce, chunky pork meat and the fresh cut of cucumber truly makes this dish stand out. There is a slurp sensation once you taste it and leaving a remarkable aftertaste. No one could resist this.

Alternative Venue: Dagiya Gogiya
4 Hillview Rise #01-09
Nearest MRT: Hillview
RSVP: (+65) 67 107 833
Operational Hours:
11.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

If you are trying to escalate your noodle game, be sure to taste all of them. It can be found easily close to you or even following this guide properly. Indulge yourself more and more.

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