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This Michelin Bib Gourmand Stall At Amoy Street Food Centre Serves Unique And Amazing S’pore-Style Ramen

Amoy Street Food Centre is certainly no stranger to the hustle and bustle, especially during the lunch rush. With plenty of amazing food to choose from, it’s no surprise to find yourself spoilt for choice. Well, to help you with that, A Noodle Story is just the spot for you to check out! Serving up incredible and unique Singapore-style ramen, you’ll definitely be in for an amazing treat!

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Michelin Bib Gourmand Stall At Amoy Street

Photo: Singapore Foodie

Opened in 2013 by Gwern Khoo and Ben Tham, A Noodle Story continues to draw crowds for its one-of-a-kind ramen to this day. They have certainly earned their stripes as they have been featured in numerous articles and have received a number of awards over the years. Additionally, they achieved the Michelin Bib Gourmand status as well in 2016! Although their prices are slightly higher than the other stalls at Amoy Street Food Centre, trust us when we say you’ll definitely be getting your money’s worth!

Image: Singapore Foodie
Photo: Singapore Foodie

Unlike your typical Japanese ramen, A Noodle Story’s ramen ($9.80) is actually a dry version, something you definitely don’t see often! The thin egg noodles are al dente and springy, with each strand bursting with savouriness and spice! There is also none of that alkaline noodle taste, something not all noodle stalls have achieved Additionally, the freshly sliced scallions elevate the noodles with a pleasant touch of texture and flavour.

As for the pork belly chashu, it is incredibly tender and succulent and simply melts in your mouth beautifully. Full of flavour as well, a drizzle of black bean sauce is added to help cut through the richness of the pork.

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Served with two plump wantons, it is filled with fresh minced pork and one small prawn and has the perfect ratio of skin to filling. It is well-seasoned, however, the taste of the wanton skin is pretty prominent, which might not appeal to some as it is flavourless.

The ngoh hiang has a nice crispy exterior, with what seems to be potato inside, giving a familiar taste of bergedil. Having a good blend of textures, it’s certainly a unique item! Not forgetting your classic ramen egg, it is cooked well and adds a delightful creaminess to the noodles!

Hurry Try A Noodle Story Today!

Do note that they only serve 100 bowls daily so head down while stocks last. If you’re looking for a scrumptious bowl of noodles with a little twist, this is the spot to check out. Hurry down today!

Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #01-39,  Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111

Operating Hours: Mon to Fri, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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For more food at Amoy Street Food Centre, check out James’ Quesadillas & Brunch!

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