Baamee Haeng Tom Yum

$7.50 · 11 Reviews

Round up the gang for a casual Thai meal at this Tan Quee Lan Street spot. A bowl of Baamee Haeng Tom Yum (Tom Yum Noodles Dry, $7.50) would do a fine job for one, but we'd recommend sharing it with the group alongside the fresh Steamed Seabass with Green Chilli Lime Sauce ($19.80) and the crispy Deep Fried Pork Neck with Fish Sauce ($8.80).
Photo by Burppler Jayson Yeo

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Pictured here is the Baamee Haeng Tom Yum (Tom Yum Noodles Dry) at a decent price of $7.50

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Took me long enough to try this and yes, it’s staying on my long term list for the so-worth-it food at Bugis. Thai food in a cafe setting and just look at the amount of ingredients, uhm, can you even see the chewy egg noodles?
There’s practically nothing in this bowl that I dislike. Fragrant burst from fried shallots, garlic, peanuts and ooooh pork lard! Generous serving of minced pork, pig intestines that didn’t smell, slices of pig liver that’s cooked till just right, fried dumpling skin that aren’t oily, sous-vide egg and what surprised me the most, was the kaffir lime. Needed that fresh, citrus element in this flavourful bowl.

You could also ask for less spicy when you place your order on the iPad, which was what I did. Spicy, sweet, tangy but could still go a little further on the sourish Tom Yum flavour. Soup was slightly heavy on MSG.

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It wasn't as Tom yum as I wanted it to be. However the amount of toppings (pork intestines, liver, minced pork, two dumplings, egg) was generous. On a side note, please try Kai jiao moo sap (omelette)which was unexpectedly fluffy and airy and went so well with the chilli sauce it came with!


We're not sure how authentic the thai flavours here are but we are in love with its springy noodles and savory flavours here. Orders are made through the iPad where you can customize what you want or don't want in your bowl (we removed corianders). We WILL be back again!



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Affordable and delicious noodles! Portion was really big too. I like that you can also customise your dish on their iPad.

Tom Yum Noodle Dry

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With a reasonably priced menu, KinMoo offers a fair variety of Thai noodles and rice dishes. Hence, after much deliberation we got the BaaMee Haeng Tom Yum (Tom Yum Noodle Dry, $7.50) and BaaMee Keow Haeng Moo Dang (Wonton Noodle Dry, $6.90).

Having no idea on the authenticity, I really enjoyed my bowl of dry wonton noodles and the bowl of radish soup that came together. Served with springy chewy noodles, plump dumplings, lean slices of tender pork and topped with a generous amount of fried condiments; do remember to give everything a good mix before inhaling the noodles. Tossing the noodles, the fragrance from the fried garlic as well as shallots were able to coat the strands and while I usually remove the pork lard, the addition really enhanced the dish and I ended up finishing all the crunchy bits.

Furthermore, to complete the setup, order a comforting bowl of Kow Lao Moo (Mixed Pork Soup, $8.90). Similar to the radish soup mentioned before, their Mixed Pork Soup was light yet flavourful with the defined sweetness from the pork and radish - perfect to add into the dry noodles.

😁 checked it out and was blown away by the fieriness of the Baamee Haeng Tom Yum noodles ($7.50) 🔥🔥 it sure was spicy, even though I'd asked them to tone it down slightly. Though I loved the flavourful kick (especially when enhanced with fried garlic and pork lard), I have to admit that I'm not quite a fan of pig's liver/stomach and after omitting them from my bowl, there was nothing much left other than minced meat. Perhaps I should have opted for the Cha Kang Rao ($7.90) that came with pork ribs. #burpple


This new kid on the block has gotten our Burpple Tastemakers excited. Located on Tan Quee Lan Street and steps away from Ah Loy Thai, Kinmoo dishes out tasty bowls of Boat Noodles. Unlike other places where smaller portions of boat noodles reign supreme, the bowls at Kinmoo can easily satisfy a hungry belly. If it's your first time trying Boat Noodles, take it from Burpple Tastemaker Zhihui Lim and order the Baamee Haeng Tom Yum ($7.50) — a hearty portion of dry tomyum noodles with minced meat, eggs, cubes of pork lard, pig intestines and thick slabs of liver. Mix it well and toss in some crushed peanuts for extra nutty fragrance! If you're not too keen on having noodles, be like Burpple Tastemaker Russell Leong and order the Khaw Kha Moo ($7.90). The humble dish features unbelievably tender braised pork knuckles set on a hill of rice, served with a hard-boiled egg and vegetables on the side. It's delightfully moreish and that extra drizzle of stellar sauce on top of your rice comes highly recommended. Be sure to have this all with their addictively good chili sauce. Then, wash it all down with a cup of refreshing Thai Milk Tea ($3.50)!
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Zhihui Lim