335 Smith Street
#02-034 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm


11:00am - 07:00pm

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The Fusilli Pesto ($7) is nutty and aromatic, but a tad salty for me. It comes with cherry tomatoes and mushrooms, and a generous sprinkle of cheese. The portion is very big too. Overall, I enjoyed this - wouldn’t mind returning again to try the other pastas!

Another pasta I will most certainly pine for once @nudedles.4 rolls its shutters down for the final time on the 28 of January is the Spaghetti Carbonara. It’s priced at an astonishingly affordable nine dollars a serving. No service charge, no government thef-sorry, taxation, just nine dollars for a piquant plate of carbonara.⠀

You can easily tell that Nudedles’ carbonara is made the Italian way without the addition of cream due to the consistency of the sauce. It’s tremendously thick and coagulates incredibly quickly, indicating a lack of cream. The inclusion of cream would’ve made the thick sauce runnier, thinner & less prone to coagulation. The rich cheese & egg yolk sauce is suitably savoury, powering the mass of perfectly blanched spaghetti with its cheesy & salty qualities as it coats every strand of pasta.⠀

However, the one element that absolutely blew my mind & tastebuds away were the fried pancetta bits strewn about in the mountain of carbonara. On god, these pancetta bits were utterly divine! The pancetta is fried till absolutely crisp, and acquires a texture akin to crispy pork lard cubes. However, each clamorous crunch into these browned beauties releases a pent up torrent of porky, smoky & salty flavours. The best way to describe this transcendent experience would be to think of the already delicious flavours of pancetta, and multiply those flavours tenfold. Oh, and add tremendous crunchiness.

Chef Clarence, if you’re reading this by a stroke of divine providence, PLEASE sell these peerless pancetta bits in a big ass five kilo jar as your side hustle. Just shut up and take my money, man.


@nudedles.4 has been on my ‘to try’ list ever since it opened, but I always put it off for newer, flashier options. Well, it’s almost too late now, and I frantically made time to FINALLY try the pasta before Nudedles closes shop for good. And now I’m kicking myself for constantly procrastinating.⠀

The Lobster Bisque ($9) pasta is an incredible steal for just under ten bucks flat. A trio of (mostly) de-shelled prawns, a couple of clams, a lone mussel and several slices of squid are mixed in with the eponymous lobster bisque sauce base and linguine. The linguine is done al dente, with a nice spring to each noodle. The abundant clams, prawns & squid were all fantastically fresh, with only the mussel being a day past its freshest.⠀

However, none of those aforementioned components would’ve meant a thing if it weren’t for that luxurious lobster bisque. That bisque is the essence of a dozens of lobsters expressed into a rich, redolent reddish orange liquid. As you might expect, the bisque is utterly umami and absolutely intoxicating. Each bisque slicked strand of linguine, each bisque coated piece of seafood, and each spoonful of that liquid gold will max out your palate pleasure and make you miss Nudedles dearly.⠀

Don’t be a chump like me, get out there and try all the food you want to before they decide to pack it in.


You can opt for other pasta. It comes with 2 prawns, few clams, 1 mussel and sotong. The pasta was filled with the lobster umami even though there wasn't any lobster in the dish. Seafood was really fresh. Sad to hear that the stall will be closing on 28 Jan 2023. One of the quality pastas at affordable price.


I couldn’t get the chance to visit the Mirko popup as the queue is just so long and sold out very fast. So I gave up and wait for Nudedles.4 pasta instead.

They offered a few types of pasta and my first visit I ordered the fusilli pesto. It was strong in the taste and I enjoyed it much, accompanied with some cherries and mushroom.

The 𝙍𝙞𝙜𝙖𝙩𝙤𝙣𝙞 𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙖 𝘾𝙖𝙧𝙗𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙧𝙖 ($9) is your authentic carbonara, made with egg yolk and not cream! Instead of jelat white sauce, the rigatoni shells were coated thinly with the egg yolk pecorino sauce and went well with the saltiness of the guanciale. The dish was good but we did find the pasta to be very al dente and tougher to bite.
Taste: 4.5/5
Stonks: 4.5/5
Overall: 4.5/5 👍👍👍
We loved how the pastas were served on nostalgic blue rimmed metal plates! With the amount of effort put into the preparation of these dishes along with the affordable price (c’mon authentic pasta for 10 bucks 😩😩) the 3 hour wait was worth it. We’d say that if you really wanna try all 4 dishes, coming before 8am would be wise because crowds are definitely expected during their last week! We will definitely miss them when this collab is over but we know we will definitely be back to support nudedles.4 🤗🤗

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