Hawker Eats × Handmade Noodles 手工面 🍜

Hawker Eats × Handmade Noodles 手工面 🍜

Featuring L32 Handmade Noodles (Geylang), Top 1 Home Made Noodles (Beauty World), Poon Nah City Home Made Noodle, Greenview Cafe (Far East Plaza), Madam Leong Ban Mian (Amoy Street Food Centre), Ng Kuan Chilli Pan Mee (Kovan), NTUC Foodfare (Anchorvale 308), Seletar Sheng Mian Mian Fen Guo (Kebun Baru Market & Food Centre), 133 Mian Fen Guo (Pasar 216 Bedok Central), Jiak Song (Telok Blangah Crescent Market)
Triffany Lim
Triffany Lim

Hand-torn mee hoon kueh tossed in a savoury dark sauce with pork slices, minced pork, vegetables and umami fried anchovies. I always go for the dry version for its flavourful sauce and the addition of chilli helps balance out the sweetness and adds some spicy kick to it. Be prepared to wait at least 30mins during peak meal hours 》$5.80

Other than the usuals, they also serve a variety of toppings/combinations ranging from 🐷 pork, 🐔 chicken, fishball, meatball, 🦐 prawn, 🐟 sliced fish and clam. Other choices of noodles include ban mian, U-mian, bee hoon and mee sua.

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Each bowl is made to order where dough goes through the machine before it gets hand-torn into mee hoon kueh. The signature all-in COMBO comes with pork slices, pork ball and shrimp ball with mee hoon kueh done al-dente with a chewy bite. The broth is rich and flavourful while the pork slices were super tender and well seasoned. Pork balls felt like they lack some flavours but the shrimp balls have a springy and crunchy texture with sweetness from the shrimps 》$5.50

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This dry fish maw ban mian comes with minced pork, ikan bilis, vegetables, dark sauce and chilli. Toss the noodles with the sauce and it's all good to eat. The ban mian was cooked al-dente with a firm and bouncy texture that gives a delectable bite 》$4.50

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This stall serves good ban mian and offers a selection of different kinds of noodles such as mee hoon kueh, ban mian, u mian, gong zai mian, cintan mee, bee hoon, mee sua and bean flour noodle. Be spoiled for choice with different combinations of ingredients such as abalone clams, fish maw, prawn, scallop or sliced fish to go with your noodles.

The abalone clams ban mian comes with minced meatballs, mushrooms, vegetables and ikan bilis in a clear and flavourful broth. The ban mian was firm, soft and a little chewy 》$5

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The signature ban mian includes al-dente noodles topped with minced pork, ikan bilis, fried shallots, garlic, runny egg and dried shrimp chilli. The fried garlic pairs well with the bowl of noodles. Mix the egg and coat the noodles with chilli for some silky and spicy kick. Overall, it is a decent bowl of ban mee which I would pop by if I’m around the vicinity 》$4.80 / Small

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After trying their mee hoon kueh, I went for their dry ban mian with YTF the next round. The ban mian was freshly hand-rolled upon order and tossed in black vinegar, dark sauce and their house-made chilli sauce. The other ingredients are pretty similar except there’s additional YTF here without the meatball and anchovies. Their ban mian came with a softer texture it wasn’t as chewy as their mee hoon kueh 》$2.50

Food is priced very affordably for just $2/$3 (Soup), $2.50 (Dry / YTF), $3 (Sliced Fish) and an additional $0.50 for an egg.

Handmade noodles dough freshly made daily and the choice of noodles prepared upon order. My mee hoon kueh was hand-torn while I wait for my order to be cooked. I ordered the dry version served with minced meatball, fish ball, anchovies and vegetables tossed in black vinegar, dark sauce and their house-made chilli sauce. The kueh had the right thickness, springy and firm to the bite. A comforting, cheap and simple dish 》$2.50

Food is priced very affordably for just $2/$3 (Soup), $2.50 (Dry / YTF), $3 (Sliced Fish) and an additional $0.50 for an egg.

Behind this stall was a young couple serving up a variety of noodles like handmade you mian / ban mian / mee hoon kueh, Hong Kong mee, cintan mee, bee hoon and mee sua with choices of toppings / ingredients such as prawns, abalone clams, sliced fish or fish maw.

We ordered the dry handmade mee hoon kueh with prawns and abalone clams that came drizzled with a thick and savoury dark sauce that goes very well with their house-made chilli sauce. The meatballs were soft and the use of fried shallots also add fragrance / flavour to it 》$5 Each

Madam Leong serves Cantonese-Hakka style ban mian where her ban mian is towards the Malaysian-style and different from the others here. Each bowl of ban mian includes a sunny side up, beancurd skin, mushroom slices, braised minced pork, meatball and vegetables then garnished with fried shallots and ikan bilis tossed with dark soya sauce and homemade dried shrimp chilli 》$4.50

The noodles were cooked al-dente with a nice bite and springy texture. The braised mushroom and minced pork were flavourful. Mix them all together with the sauce for a savoury taste with a mild spicy kick.

Just when the soup version was already good, the dry version is even better. Using the same ingredients from the soup version with the addition of dark sauce and sambal chilli paste, it brings everything to a different level with a savoury and umami flavour. I prefer to chew these hand-pulled noodles coated in the richness of their savoury sauce and chilli paste. This is something worth queuing for its taste, quality and price 》$3/small

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This is one of the rare places that still makes freshly handmade dough and hand-pulls it into mee hoon kueh upon order. The effort of hand-pulling results in uneven texture in each piece, giving a good and chewy bite to it. Each bowl comes with vegetables, minced pork, fried anchovies, prawn and egg in a simple yet slightly sweet broth 》$3/small

They serves a wide variety of handmade noodles cooked dry/soup with a choice of ingredients like abalone, fish maw, meatballs or sliced fish. I ordered the usual day ban mian with meatballs, minced pork and chilli, topped with ikan bilis, mushroom and vegetables》$4

The noodles has a very springy QQ texture and paired well with the sweet, savoury and spicy sauce. I found the chilli a bit too spicy but still shiok! I should just ask for lesser chilli the next time I order this.

I'm in a relationship with food. Why can't we just declare our never ending love and vows towards some food item? I'm sure that would not result in divorces.

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