a noodle story

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#01-39 Amoy Street Food Centre (7 Maxwell Rd)
, 069111
+65 9027 6289
Mon–Fri: 11:15 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 10:30 AM–1:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The egg was cooked to perfection! Place closes at 7.30pm!
  • Local-styled kiasu all-in Ramen w HK wanton, Jap Ramen eggs & chasu, & modern crispy potato wrapped prawns. Tastes great!! Beware Long Q during lunch hour, open til 7.30pm. #ThomtoriEats #NoodleStory
  • Long queue. #01-39 stall Amoy street Food Centre.
  • The 2 slices of char Siew(?) was very tender. The wonton was plump & fresh. The potato covered prawn was crispy & unique. $7.00
  • Best $6 you'll spend in Singapore
  • The $7 bowl is more than enough food. Don't neglect the soup, because it's awesome too. The cha shu was smokey, and that egg was gorgeous for the camera.
  • One item on the menu. Go early (11am), and if you can't (coz, you know, work), go at least 1h before closing, because they can, and do, run out.
  • Prices have increased since the last time i visited. Small is now $7, next is $9 for medium. But taste is still yummy!
  • Pretty good.. but not exceptional, especially for the price (5.90) I've seen better noodles in SG.
  • In general, the food is tasty and presentable. The only downside is long waiting time, and the limited quantity. Cheap food, ramen. More at http://bit.ly/2dRHrwY
  • Just line up early!!! Best unique ramen I've tasted!!!
  • Good value for what you get. Although my cha shu had bones which was pretty off-putting. Lunch queues are crazy so come in the evening. They close at 7:30pm
  • Must try the kiasu-everything-also-got Singaporean ramen. It's delicious and value for money. My only qualm is it might be a bit salty. Thirstiness will surely follow after having this.
  • Springy noodles with delicious wontons and half an egg. There's almost always a queue during lunchtime.
  • Superb and totally worth the money.
  • Fusion style of western and Asian
  • They normally sold out by 1.45pm
  • Upper class noodle stall.
  • must try :-)
  • Beautiful place