Top 10 Best Beef Noodles In Singapore
Beef noodle soup is a noodle soup which is made of stewed or red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Chinese noodles. It can be served in either soup or dry base. In Singapore you can choose various types of noodles from thick bee hoon, yellow noodle, thin egg noodle, kway teow or hand-pulled noodle. A bowl of beef noodles is always comforting with tender slices of beef and fresh veggies on the side. This noodle dish exists in various forms throughout East and Southeast Asia. While many flock to Taiwan or china for this hearty dish, Singapore can be your good choice to try out delicious versions that will satisfy any of your cravings. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compare the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Beef Noodles in Singapore.
- 1.Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles
- 2. Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles
- 3. Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles
- 4.Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup & Laksa
- 5.Hwa Heng Beef Noodles
- 6.Blanco Court Hainanese Beef Noodles
- 7. J & J Special Beef Noodle
- 8. Hong Kee Beef Noodles
- 9. Yi Zun Noodle
- 10. The Beef Station
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1.Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles
Introduction: Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles (海南星洲牛肉粉) serves traditional Hainanese yet delicious beef noodles. Their business established about 60 years ago, and still counting. The stall is currently running by 2 friendly uncle, and the queue always start before lunch time.
Offerings: Hainanese style normally serve in dry base.The beef noodle came with thick bee hoon and poured with generous serving of slice beef ,beef bali and etc.The beef was cooked to perfection, not too tough neither does it have the stench. Diners like it dry because they love to mix the dark thick sauce with laksa noodles and salted vegetables. The chilli sauce with lime gave it an additional oomph
Location: Block 22, Lor 7 Toa Payoh, #01-06 Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Center
Contact: +65 6354 3397
2. Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles
Introduction: Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles 瓊发海南牛肉粉, they are located in the Golden Mile Food Centre, which is better known as Army Market. They serve soup and dry version of beef noodles and you may choose from different price range starting from $4 per bowl. People also shout out their homemade chilli sauce added with the tangy taste from the squeeze of the lime is perfect.
Offerings: The dry version of beef noodles’s thick gooey gravy that coated every strand of the thick bee hoon makes every mouthful slurp-worthy.With their translucent broth packed with strong beefy flavour, on top served with smooth slippery tendon chewy beef stomach and medium cooked beef slides would probably fix your cravings.
Location: #01-89 Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Road, 199583
Contact: +65 9821 9566
3. Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles
Introduction: Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles 正一海南牛肉粉, their beef noodles is slightly different from the other.Their special serving is they will put some peanuts and fried shallots on the top of the noodles, it enriches the overall dish.
Offerings: Let the savoury gravy coat the strands of noodles totally to enjoy a flavoursome bowl of noodles with a nutty finish from the peanuts. Moreover, diner will find generous servings of beef slices, beef tripe, beef tendons, and beef balls buried underneath which give the dish some textures.You can find out Mixed Beef Noodle Soup with ($8 large) , Dry Mixed Beef Noodle ($6)
Location: 47 Tai Thong Cres, Singapore 347867
4.Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup & Laksa
Introduction: Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup & Laksa 宏兴牛肉粉。叻沙, they are not just selling beef noodle but laksa as well. At Hong Heng, diner can go for laksa with beef which is uncommon to see out there. However, if you are not a fans of laksa, dry beef noodles is the go-to order, served with tendons and garnished with chopped greens on the springy noodles.The broth was more on the watery side unlike some goopy sauces, but it still retained robust flavours, piquant with a squeeze of the lime.
Offerings: There are different size of beef noodles & dry beef noodles ($4.50/$5/$6/$7).The portion of beef slices was generous and the meat was just so tender.Diner loves the chilli sauce with chinchalok (fermented shrimps) that was packed with a punch.
Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-16, Singapore 568226
Contact: +65 6452 4017
5.Hwa Heng Beef Noodles
Introduction: Hwa Heng Beef Noodles 华兴牛肉面, they serve authentic taste of the old Odean Theatre at North Bridge Road during the 70s. A legacy to carry on the incredible original taste of old school world charm to food lovers. They serve both soup and dry version of beef noodles. Soup version is quite light and subtle in flavour, it is warm and comforting bowl of beef noodles. On the other hand, dry version of beef noodles topped with a generous amount of thin beef slices, before being smothered in an dark gravy.
Offerings: The price range of the noodle is cheap and affordable ,normal beef noodle cost only ($4) and soup base noodles also cost ($4) as well.The gravy is robust and flavourful and the amount of beef, beef balls, innards and tendons given is super generous for the price point.
Location: 29 Bendeemeer Food Centre #01-01330029 Singapore
Contact: +65 9368 1278
6.Blanco Court Hainanese Beef Noodles
Introduction: Blanco Court Traditional Hainan Beef Noodles is a casual dining place that offers a pleasant experience with their menu featuring a variety of delicious Hainanese cuisine.They present a beautiful selection of beef noodles,set meals and etc.At Blanco Court Hainanese Beef Noodles, diner can slurp up beef noodles in the cool comfort of an air-conditioned interior.
Offerings: Beef Noodles ($10 with tendon or the mixed beef option,$6 for the sliced beef only option).Glistening dark gravy topping the noodles with loads of beef slices,beef tripe,beef briskets and beef tendons.The garnishes are springs onions and salted vegetables in the Hainanese version and there’s also ground peanuts that diner can add to the noodles.The gravy with perfectly cooked noodles have a silky texture on the palate, overwhelming with beef flavours. You can experience their chewy tripe and succulent tendons add textures to the overall taste of the noodles and especially with the zesty and spicy chilli sauce.
Location: 92 Guillemard Rd, Singapore 399716
Contact: +65 63481708
7. J & J Special Beef Noodle
Introduction: J&J Special Beef Noodle, it is created by an adorable Teochew and Hokkien couple in their 40s.Their stall is serving more than 10 different beef dishes.The beef noodle came in a bowl filled with kway teow, plenty of beef slices, raw onions, coriander leaves, and a side of chilli sauce. Besides that, they serve cuts from the cow of all sorts; muscle, tendon and brisket with your choice of rice or horfan noodles.This was the melt in your mouth braised Beef noodles that’s tossed in a teriyaki like sauce, served with raw yellow onions and bean sprouts for some crunch and loads of deep fried shallots for that extra pop of fragrance and sweetness.
Offerings: Their Braised Beef Brisket Noodle ($6.50) is a comforting bowl for anyone who craves for soup.The stock is braised for a long period with bones and spices to get that clear beefy goodness. Their beef slices were cooked to a medium consistency for that perfect texture.
Location: Old Airport Road Food Centre, 51 Old Airport Road #01-162390051 Singapore
Contact: +65 9862 7592
8. Hong Kee Beef Noodles
Introduction: Hong Kee Beef Noodles 桐记牛肉粿条, a hawker stall specialising in beef noodles,which located at Amoy Food Centre.They have been featured in Michelin Guide during 2016.
Offerings: Each bowl of Beef Noodles with Soup (S$5 – S$6) is laden with tender beef balls and beef slices, salted vegetables and smooth kway teow noodles.The dry version comes with starch gravy very similar to those found in lor mee, topped with a sprinkling of salted vegetables.The winning part was the starch gravy that was appetising yet not overly salty, coating the smooth rice noodles which could just slip down your throat.
Location: 01-42 Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, 069111
Contact: +65 63231679
9. Yi Zun Noodle
Introduction: Yi Zun Noodle is Singapore’s first ever muslim owned restaurant that specialises in Chinese hand-pulled noodles. Founded by Madam Aisha,a Chinese muslim from Qinghai in China, Yi Zun Noodle began as her simple dream to let fellow friends in Singapore taste authentic halal Chinese cuisine at an affordable price.Prepared using only the freshest and most delicious ingredients,every dish in the menu is bound to satisfy diner’s taste buds. It is a great place where diners can enjoy a wonderful meal in a casual and friendly atmosphere.
Offerings: Hand-Pulled Noodle With Sliced Beef ($7.80) ,the large serving for a humble price.They were definitely not stingy with their noodles,nor the slices of beef, so there’s already a big win in that aspect.The beef slices were truly tender and could easily be ripped apart with little effort.The Yizun Noodle With Minced Meat ($6.80+) also known as zha jiang mian,came with a variety of toppings cucumber, carrot, soya beans, bean sprouts, celery, and coriander.
Location: 01-08/09 Champion Hotel, 60 Joo Chiat Road, 427726
Contact: +65 69099287
10. The Beef Station
Introduction: The Beef Station 牛肉站, they provide not just dine in and takeaway service, but pick up and delivery service is available too. Singature Hainanese Beef Noodle is their sighnature dish, slurpy beef noodle that serves with fresh lime, cilantro, bean sprout and salted vegetable. Besides that ,they serve noodles, rice and burger in the menu as well.
Offerings: A generous amount of beef slices was given which was a major plus point.The beef broth was pleasingly light, which made it perfect for a breakfast meal.Diner can choose the type of noodles depending on their personal preference. Four types of noodles are available ,Thick Bee Hoon, Yellow Noodle,Thin Egg Noodle, and Kway Tiao. Aside from beef noodles, they also do beef stews, beef rendang and they even have a beef kway chap.
Location: 2 Tai Thong Crescent, #01-05,The Venue Shoppes,Singapore 347836
Contact: +65 63849149
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