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Noodle Place Restaurant (华苑面粥小厨)

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Step into Noodle Place Restaurant and be greeted and tempted by the display of lacquered roast chickens and ducks behind the glass-windowed kitchen. The extensive menu of braised noodle dishes and congee amongst other items, and the style of serving are reminiscent of an authentic Hong Kong noodle eatery.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 67333171
$19 based on 23 submissions
Dinner (11 votes), Lunch (11 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)
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The best wanton noodle in Singapore

Probably the best wanton noodle in Singapore. Char Siu very tender and sweet and very authentic Hong Kong taste. Everytime I visit Singapore I must come to this place. Try the wanton noodle and you will come again. Trust me.

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• 30 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

The best wanton noodle in Singapore

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Probably the best wanton noodle in Singapore. Char Siu very tender and sweet and very authentic Hong Kong taste. Everytime I visit Singapore I must come to this place. Try the wanton noodle and you will come again. Trust me.
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• 28 Aug 2014 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

very salty dry noodle. not coming back anymore.

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I have tried their dry soya sauce chicken noodle. it was very salty that i was struggling to finish it, they simply put too much sauce on the noodle. their wanton soup noodle was okay but its really very small portion. roast duck was just alright. not worth the queue and money for this. drink is also a small cup. no ambience at all as the restaurant is quite cramped I was listening to the ladies conversation at the next table throughout my dinner, it was bright and clear.
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• 27 Aug 2014 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Noodle Place @ Orchard Gateway

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It was time for dinner with the girls again... and the chosen venue was Noodle Place Restaurant (under the Prima Taste Group), serving authentic Hong Kong cuisine such as noodles, etc. 

Three of us shared a platter of Roast Meat (SGD$28.00) - consisting of crispy roast pork, sweet honeyed char siew and roast duck, while waiting for *Chantal to reach. The meat were tender and tasty, making for a very appetite-whetting starter.

For mains, I had the Dumpling Noodles, dry (SGD$9.80) - wherein the noodles were crispy and springy in texture, and the gravy was a light but flavorful taste. As for dumplings - the shrimps within were huge enough to occupy half the dumplings, and were bouncy fresh. I could do without the black fungus and have just normal minced meat for the other half, though.

*Nadine had the Zha Jiang noodles (spicy pork noodles) - which came with the same crispy and springy noodles as my dish had. However, instead of the usual minced meat, they served the dish with pork slices - rather tender, and the gravy was sweet with an underlying saltish overture. There was no spiciness factor at all.

*Sharona had the Spicy and Sour Dumplings dish (SGD$7.00) for her mains, laying off all carbo. The dumplings were same as mine - large juicy shrimps and black fungus with minced meat. The gravy was scumptious though - made more explosive with the chopped chilli padi - I borrowed a fair bit of this scrumptious soup for my noodles.

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