Nam Seng Noodles

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A popular eatery for CBD workers; this noodle stall is run by Madam Leong - who has been running the business for over 62 years, at the ripe age of 90; she wakes up at 4am every morning to head to the market to buy fresh ingredients, then to the stall to deliver and direct the staff.

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The classic wanton mee came up to $5, which I found a little over average prices. Springy yellow noodles, char siew slices, blanched veggies and a bowl of warming wanton broth. My favourite part of the dish was simply the noodles - which looked unassuming - however, they were coated generously in a light yet flavourful sauce. The sauce consisted of sesame oil, vegetable oil, and a dash of salt and pepper, which was surprisingly not too oily at all to taste. I found the char siew slices to be a bit too dry - however, it had a slight sweet taste accompanied with the simple blanched veggies. I found that the wanton mee could of had accompanying sauces such as soy sauce to help bind the flavours of the dish more together. The bowl of broth had a generous filling of 3 meaty wanton soup dumplings. Overall, this place makes a decently tasty lunch stop.

The classic wanton mee came up to $5, which I found a little over average prices. Springy yellow noodles, char siew slices, blanched veggies and a bowl of warming wanton broth. My favourite part of the dish was simply the noodles - which looked unassuming - however, they were coated generously in a light yet flavourful sauce. The sauce consisted of sesame oil, vegetable oil, and a dash of salt and pepper, which was surprisingly not too oily at all to taste. I found the char siew slices to be a bit too dry - however, it had a slight sweet taste accompanied with the simple blanched veggies. I found that the wanton mee could of had accompanying sauces such as soy sauce to help bind the flavours of the dish more together. The bowl of broth had a generous filling of 3 meaty wanton soup dumplings. Overall, this place makes a decently tasty lunch stop.

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+65 6438 5669
Modes of Payment
  • Cash Only
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※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Mon 08:00~18:00
Tue 08:00~18:00
Wed 08:00~18:00
Thu 08:00~18:00
Fri 08:00~18:00
Sat 08:00~13:00
Sun 08:00~20:00
Remarks Closed Sun & PH




  • #01-01, 25 CHINA STREET, FAR EAST SQUARE, 049567
  • DT18 Telok Ayer NE4 DT19 Chinatown NS26 EW14 Raffles Place

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