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A Noodle Story

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Here at A Noodle Story, they are using modern techniques utilizing their understanding of kitchen science to cook better food. Coupled with a creative re-engineering of local hawker favorites and given an innovative twist, they created this Singapore style ramen.

Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 19:30

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Uniquely Singapore

Truly uniquely Singapore and this is the first and only Singapore Style Ramen!

Marrying modern and asian cooking techniques, A Noodle story has came out with this creative and delicious bowl of noodle that starts at the price of $5.50. It consist of Noodles, Hot Spring Egg, Cha Su, Potato Wrapped Prawn, and HK Style Wanton topped with scallions. The soup was served separately in a small bowl.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/a-noodle-story-singapore-style-ramen/

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06 Sep 2014 • 160 reviews • 6 followers

Uniquely Singapore

Truly uniquely Singapore and this is the first and only Singapore Style Ramen!

Marrying modern and asian cooking techniques, A Noodle story has came out with this creative and delicious bowl of noodle that starts at the price of $5.50. It consist of Noodles, Hot Spring Egg, Cha Su, Potato Wrapped Prawn, and HK Style Wanton topped with scallions. The soup was served separately in a small bowl.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/a-noodle-story-singapore-style-ramen/
10 Aug 2014 • 28 reviews • 0 follower

Some different in a hawker setting

read more about my reviews in my blog: http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2014/08/a-noodle-story-amoy-food-centre.html
21 Jan 2014 • 290 reviews • 11 followers

Great concept but food was not mind blowing

Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2014/01/a-noodle-story-amoy-street-food-centre.html

A Noodle Story 超好面 located in Amoy Street Food Centre has differentiated itself by being the first and only Singapore-style ramen. This is the brain child of two Shatec trained friends who decided to create ultimate noodles dish through a combination of modern European techniques and Asian flavours providing gourmet quality noodles at hawker prices. 

A Noodle Story has announced on Jan this year that due to increase in operating cost (rental and cost of raw ingredients), their prices have increased by 50 cents. Hence, please note to increase the prices by 50 cents for all the prices stated in this blog post. 

The Singapore Style Ramen $6 consisted of Noodles, Hot Spring Egg, Cha Su, Potato Wrapped Prawn, and HK Style Wanton topped with scallions. The soup was served separately in a small bowl. The noodles were very springy and were similar to mee kia. 

The noodles were cluttered together in a lump making it hard to eat. The chilli added at the side lacked spiciness and fragrance and was too dry. The ingredients such as the Potato Wrapped Prawn, Cha Su and Hot Spring Egg were quite good whereas the HK Style Wanton was ordinary with nothing much to shout about.

As a whole, the presentation and concept of this Singapore Style Ramen was unique. It looked real good. But taste wise, it was not mind blowing. Nevertheless, I still must say that I admire the spirit of these two young men for their innovation in creating such a dish. Moreover, the effort taken to arrange the ingredients in the bowl although this was not a restaurant.  

Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2014/01/a-noodle-story-amoy-street-food-centre.html
29 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Singapore Style Ramen

Firstly, the noodles used are not exactly ramen noodles but actually similar to those used for wanton mee. But the noodles are prepared nicely and comes with a springy texture so for those expecting ramen might have to adjust their expectations. It still tastes good though. Being a big eater, I've ordered the large bowl at $7 and the portion feels right. Not too much, but definitely enough for me. Ladies and small eaters should stick to the $5 bowl. Presentation wise, its the only hawker food stall that I've seen that manages to put up a decent look. So pluses here. Lastly, I noticed that the hawkers place the fried shrimp separately on the spoon. This is to prevent the shrimp from getting soaked by the sauce, thus maintaining its crispiness. A small simple gesture, but big differences for picky eaters like me. I'll definitely put this noodle on my weekly menu if I worked or lived nearby.
09 May 2013 • 711 reviews • 83 followers

Cannot figure this out ??

I'm not sure whether this is a Jap noodle story or a Singapore mee pok story.

Ambience:  It's a very very crowded food center.  We were there at 1130am and it was already full of diners.  It got worse after 12 noon and long queues formed everywhere.  Warm,  hard to find a place to sit, crowded, rushing, pushy. Scores low amongst food centers.  One reason not to come here is for the crowds !

Food:  We ordered 3 bowls of their special noodles at $5 per bowl.  It was outstanding because of the medium sized prawn wrapped in potato cstrings and fried.  Tasty but prawn did not have much taste. Noodles were also served with Jap style "char siew" and HK style wanton.  All ingredients were tasty.  Noodles -  tastes like "mee pok"  and unfortunately I just ate my favourite mee pok from Sam Leong road and Sam Leong's is better tasting.  It does not have any Jap taste although it is tasty as Mee Pok,  but not the best I've eaten.

Service: Queue !

Value:  Priced at the high end of everyday affordability.