10 best ban mian in S’pore that is worth the queue and the sweat

When it comes to ban mian, we are all very particular about the chewiness of the noodles, the perfect egg yolk, the savoury chilli and of course the overall taste. However, it seems that food courts ban mian don’t often do the original recipe justice, so here’s 10 places you must visit as a ban mian lover.

L32 Kopitiam Ban Mian
Well, how can anyone leave this out when it comes to recommending ban mian? Just remember that a 15 minutes queue on any normal day cannot be avoided.
Address: 558 Geylang Road, Singapore 389509 Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11am-9pm

Fuzhou Ban [email protected] Eating House
If you’re not a soup person, go for their dry versions of ban mian. At kopitiam prices, they serve you a generous amount. The sliced fish ban mian is a good alternative to minced pork ban mian we always eat.
Address: Blk 186, Toa Payoh Central, Singapore 310186

Top One Homemade Noodles
This is the second time we are recommending this. All I have to emphasise is that this stall is really a hidden gem.
Address: #04-44, Beauty World Centre, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road Opening Hours: 9.00AM – 8.30PM. Closed every alternate Sunday

Seletar Ban Mian
Don’t miss out their refreshingly savoury soup version of ban mian. Don’t be surprised by the prawns in your bowl of goodness!
Address: Blk 210, Toa Payoh Lor 8 Market and Food Centre, #01-05, Singapore 310210 Opening Hours: 6am-2.30pm Closed on Wednesday and Thursday

China Whampoa Handmade Noodles
Just another classic you can’t miss. Known for being both economical and delicious.
Address: Blk 91 Whampoa Drive #01-24 Whampoa Food Centre Opening Hours: 7am-2pm Closed on Monday

Qiu Rong Ban Mian
Their freshly made noodles every day has gained them their own loyal fan base.
Address: 84 Marine Parade Central #01-161 Singapore 440084 Opening Hours: 10am-9pm

Poon Nah City Homemade Noodles
If you’ve never heard of it, you probably can’t find it yourself because it’s one of those little stores that are hidden away from the crowd. When you try it, you realise you’ve been missing out quite a lot.
Address: 810 Geylang Road #05-02 City Plaza Opening Hours: 11am-8pm

He Jia Huan Ban Mian
Don’t worry if you stay in the west. Here comes the stall to save you.
Address: Block 496 Jurong West Street 41 S640496

Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee
If you are a fan of the original Kuala Lumpur flavour, you can try out this franchise. As the name says, their chilli is what adds on to the flavour.
Address: 534 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368220 Opening Hours: 11am-8pm

Yumen Hut
When it comes to ban mian, few can imagine it to be halal. But for all friends out, the seafood ban mian here is one of the most popular dishes.
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Downtown East, #02-113

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