Having first tried Mak’s Noodles in Hong Kong and leaving me with fond memories of the flavoursome soup (see post), I was happy that they are finally opening a branch in Singapore.
After conversion from HK dollar, the small bowl of noodles in HK cost around S$4.70 when I ate it in 2011, the price of a similar sized bowl in Singapore’s outlet is $6.90.
We tried the Tossed Noodle with Wonton Dumpling & Oyster Sauce and a Wonton & Dumpling Noodle Soup.
The noodles was fine & al-dente as I remembered them to be. The dumpling and wonton were juicy and fresh. The main difference I felt was the soup base in Singapore lacked the umami factor which the HK version possessed. Notwithstanding, it is a good bowl of comforting warm noodles to enjoy anytime. Cos its a tad too small a portion to be eaten for a full meal…for my case, I’ll probably need to plan for dessert/supper soon.
176 Orchard Road
#01-63/64 The Centrepoint
Opens daily from 11am to 10pm
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