I was walking around the amoy hawker center listlessly, visibly overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available when I came across “A noodle story”. 🍜

i’m not a pork eater, but upon seeing the numerous accolades and news articles (cough cough Michelin Guide certificate 🥵) displayed at the stall, I HAD to give it a try.

My experience began when I asked the uncle at the stall for the menu only to be met w a confused look. There is only one item in the menu - I had already blundered 😔.

Fortunately, everything went smoothly after that. The dish I ordered was supposed to be a mordern singapore take on ramen + some cool science stuff make it v yummy 🔬🍜 ($9.80).

As for the dish, the noodles were springy and fresh ♨️, but the star of the show imo were the sides: tempura ebi 🍤, prawn wonton 🥟 and fish cake (i think lol). Despite being fried they were all pretty light and pleasant.

OH and the egg was 👩‍🍳💋 absolutely delightful 😩

I tried the chashu as well, and surprisingly I quite enjoyed it. It was soft and yummy. But since I don’t like eating big animals I did not finish it 🐷🚫.

HONESTLY right, if you told me this was from any normal hawker stall i’d believe it… Maybe i’m just not cut out to be a connoisseur 🤷‍♀️

but i’d give this a Rating: 3.5/5

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