186 Toa Payoh Central
J99 Eating House
Singapore 310186

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06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm


06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

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From Fu Zhou Ban Mian
Dry mince pork you mian at $5.
Its from a long-standing neighbourhood coffeeshop stall that is worth a try.
Delicious and affordable, it's a great option for a quick meal.


($5.00) The u-mian texture was not that hard or soft (dent type noodles). But the soup broth quite normal tbh. But they give a lot of ingredients such as vegetables, minced meats and sliced fishes. This is something that I didn't really see a lot of ingredients much on ban mian or fish soup recently.

I decided to search via google for toa payoh food. One of high recommendation for noodle ($5.00) I really like their dent and thin noodle but the soup broth was really clear. But their fish was really thick and not much fish smell tbh.

You’ve to try this if you’re around Toa Payoh Central!

Operating for over 24 years, this stall is really popular for its dry ban mian. Don’t say I never share, you can try asking for 多面 if you’re super hungry.

Note: 加面 will need to add $$$

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It’s one of the best noodles you can find around Toa Payoh. The portion is generous and the customer service is excellent. You can start by taking the dry noodles with minced meat.

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At 9.00pm, while most eateries wound up for the day, this stall at the J99 Eating House continued to draw swathes of regulars. The soup was a true source of comfort: light, sapid, and sweetened by the plenitude of cabbage slices. The addition of E-Mian and ikan bilis made it all the more flavourful, with subtle notes of starch and oil permeating the distinct fish and pork base. The only weakness lies in the fish: while they were gills-free and generally free of piscine odour, some slices were over-cooked and tougher than others. Even so, I’d say this is worth a try, and worth the bucks especially when you feel under the weather.

🏅 7/10
💭 Can try when in TPY!

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