During my first ever travel overseas I was told to save my money and just have cup noodles for my meal so I will have money to buy for my souvenirs. This was ages ago.
I tried but that didn’t worked well because the next day I was hungry like a hippo, told myself I will never do that again 😆.
The next day I ordered the first dish that seem appetising to me and that happen to be a beef noodle while in Hong Kong Disneyland.
That day I felt that noodle was heaven sent and the tastiest food I’ve ever had until to this day.
That experience was unforgettable and I develop an appreciation for the real noodle dish.
Everything is extra special when you are extra hungry, right?
What I love about Singapore is they have wide variety of dishes because their culture is diverse.
In this blog I will share all about the noodles 😆.
Amoy Street Food Center
Hong Kee Beef Noodle
Located at the ground floor.
A Noodle Story
They are very popular and the que can be very long.
It’s Singapore-style ramen, very tasty.
They have a Facebook Page.
Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee
It was the first time we tried this Lor Mee.
Their stall is open during breakfast.
Still within the Amoy Food Center located at the 2nd floor.
It was very tasty and got many surprises inside which is very filling.
Don’t forget to add chilli for a little heat.
Maxwell Food Center
I wasn’t able to get the name of the stall but I think it’s written in Chinese.
What I got here is the Fish Ball Mee Pok dry.
It was also my first time to try that and I liked it.
They add a secret spicy sauce, for now its “secret” because I don’t know what it is.
It is not too strong, it elevates the taste of a simple dish .
I also tried the Wanton Mee – dry from Cafe Oriental of Amara Hotel.
It is a little different from the one you can get at a hawker center, a more sophisticated in taste and the price is more expensive.
They add a twist of spiciness which is the right amount to tease your palette which I like.
I don’t have a photo, got too excited and ate it right away.
Where to find the best noodle dish in Singapore?
What else I’m missing and haven’t tried 😆?
I will try to find them on my next visit.