6 Raffles Boulevard
#02-220A/221A/222A Marina Square
Singapore 039594

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10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

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May not look like much, but this bowl of Gold Kolo Mee ($9.90) is packed with so much flavour and ingredients. The noodles are very springy, tossed in lard, making it really fragrant. Together with some savoury chilli they have on the side, the noodles are ultimate bombz! The other ingredients are all fresh as well. Definitely a good bowl of kolo mee! 😍

The wanton is really nice as a add-on, got the 20 for $7.90 one👍

Known for their catchy ad jingle (cue 家香家香家香、面面面), this casual eatery in Marina Square serves up springy noodles served Sarawak style, with minced meat, char siew and fried wantons. Their Gold Jia Xiang Mee ($9.90) coupled with their signature chilli paste, QQ noodles and generous servings of prawns will have you dreaming about it during lunch for days on end!
Photo by Burppler Jen 😋

I love the qq curly noodles that’s coated with smacking good fish sauce that’s even better with their signature chilli paste. The minced meat, char siew and fried wontons complete the delicious meal.


First time enjoying a curry version of this Kolo noodle and finding it really enjoyable. Most would be familiar with their stirred-dry version with char siew, wanton and minced pork.


These noodles look plain, but are packed with flavour! I didn’t even need to add the sambal chilli that was available on every dining table. Each bowl came with generous amounts of char siew, pork lard, and greens. Complimentary soup had prawns and wantons. The noodles alone were so yummy, and the absolute best part of the dish.