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Noodle8 (八面)

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Noodle8's menu is created by the fusion of authentic tastes and signature recipes from several Asian cuisines. Here you can find Japanese-styles, Chinese spring rolls, seafood pad thai, baked Shanghainese meat balls and even jack fruit creme brulee all under one roof.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62386268
$17 based on 15 submissions
Children/Family (8 votes), Dinner (7 votes), Lunch (7 votes)
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4.5

nice surprise at sentosa

Was at universal studios and looking for lunch, saw this place and decided to give it a try. First thing when we went in, aircon.. nice and cool. Comfy seats and some booth seats.

I had the signature beef noodles, which I liked very much. The soup just hit the right spot for me, it felt rich without being oily or unhealthy. Be warned though, the beef is kind of chunky, and abit fatty, I would have preferred leaner meat. Also had some sides, all of which were quite satisfying, especially the glazed chicken wings.

My friend had the chicken corriander and spinach noodles which turned out to be slightly scary because it was green but it was delicious. I gave it a try and preferred my beef noodles, but my friend liked her green noodles just fine. Another friend had the fish paste noodles, but i didn't give it a try, so I can't comment. He said he liked it.

After talking to the wait staff, (i really liked the soup), we found out that the soup was made from scratch, no msg, no stock, and stewed for 2 days, to give it the rich flavor. (that's me giving up on doing it myself then) All in all, a nice meal on a fun day out, I was surprised to find a good tasting meal there, since I wasn't expecting any such thing near universal studios.

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• 17 Oct 2012 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

so-so

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Located at Resorts World Sentosa, this outlet serves an assortment of noodles in an air-conditioned but no-frills dining environment.At a recent visit, I tried the beef noodles which had generous portions of beef and tendons. The soup was a little spicy which added some kick. But other than that, quite ordinary.I did enjoy the chcken wings as a starter though. It was crispy on the outsides and had a good level of moist in the meat. However, this dish is not sufficient enough for me to garner a return.Overall, food was just so-so, nothing much to shout about
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• 05 May 2012 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

nice surprise at sentosa

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Was at universal studios and looking for lunch, saw this place and decided to give it a try. First thing when we went in, aircon.. nice and cool. Comfy seats and some booth seats.

I had the signature beef noodles, which I liked very much. The soup just hit the right spot for me, it felt rich without being oily or unhealthy. Be warned though, the beef is kind of chunky, and abit fatty, I would have preferred leaner meat. Also had some sides, all of which were quite satisfying, especially the glazed chicken wings.

My friend had the chicken corriander and spinach noodles which turned out to be slightly scary because it was green but it was delicious. I gave it a try and preferred my beef noodles, but my friend liked her green noodles just fine. Another friend had the fish paste noodles, but i didn't give it a try, so I can't comment. He said he liked it.

After talking to the wait staff, (i really liked the soup), we found out that the soup was made from scratch, no msg, no stock, and stewed for 2 days, to give it the rich flavor. (that's me giving up on doing it myself then) All in all, a nice meal on a fun day out, I was surprised to find a good tasting meal there, since I wasn't expecting any such thing near universal studios.

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• 19 Apr 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Company's retreat in Universal Studio Singapore

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I had my company's retreat last week in Universal Studio and was looking for a light and healthy lunch, apparently I walk into this restaurant and ordered the Crabmeat and Tofu Meat Balls with Fish Paste Noodle which was highly recommended by the server to be one of Noodle8 top selling noodles.

The fish paste noodle is special in texture and taste, well accompanied with good broth and its creabmeat and meat balls. The noodle well done!

On the other hand I had their recommended signature Jackfruit Creme Brulee'. The taste is fabulous and texture is out of this world. I have never tasted and imagine a dessert with such marriage of ingredients! This is another dish well done!

My friend had the Coriander Chicken with Spinach Noodles as well as Durian Pengat which suppose to be a fame dessert innovated by the Chef. It truely amazing in taste.

I believe Noodle8 will excel in time with lots of return or loyal customers as it is rather new in the Island of Sentosa as well as Singapore.

Those who are hungry for great and Asian style noodles should try them out, though Noodle8 might be a tough location to find as they are hidden between pillars near the monorail at the Waterfront Station.

 

 

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