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8 Best Beef Noodles In Singapore Worth Queuing Up For, Including A Stall Open Since 1921

18th August 2022

Best beef noodles in Singapore


While there are many kinds of beef noodles out there, Singapore beef noodles has earned a special place in our hearts with their tasty rice noodles, tender beef slices, and fresh veggies on the side. From the plethora of options to choose from, we’ve listed the top eight beef noodles in Singapore that are worth visiting on your precious lunch hour.


1. Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodle


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Known by some as the ‘famous Cuppage beef noodles’, Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodle is now located at Kim Keat Palm Food Centre. They’ve even made it to the Michelin Guide this year! The stall serves Hainanese beef noodles in soup and dry versions priced affordably at $5, and you’re welcome to top up for more beef stomach or tendons from $1.

Their soup is said to skew towards the sweeter side and is simmered with a variety of Chinese herbs and spices based on a recipe concocted by the owner’s father.

Address: Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre #01-06, 22 Lor 7 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310019
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 8:30am to 3:30pm
Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery.


2. Authentic Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow


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An old-timer that has been around since 1921, Authentic Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow is famous for its moreish herbal gravy. A simple bowl of beef noodles starts from $7.80 and goes all the way up to $9.50 for the Supreme Mix, which is filled to the brim with sliced beef, beef tendons, beef balls, tripe, and brisket. Its convenient location near Raffles MRT Station makes it popular among the CBD crowd, so expect longer wait times if you plan to visit during peak lunch hours.

Address: 6 N Canal Rd, Singapore 148819
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 7:45pm
Tel: 6535 0084
Website
Authentic Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Kim Huat Teochew Beef Noodles


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For a bowl of solid Teochew goodness, head over to Kim Huat Teochew Beef Noodles, one of the lesser-known traditional beef noodles with a soupier broth similar to Thai pho. Starting from $4, the noodles are typically kway teow, although yellow noodles and thick bee hoon are also available, depending on your preference. Customers have mentioned that the soup noodles are on the watery side, with the chilli being made with garlic and ginger instead of chilli padi.

Address: 90 Whampoa Dr, #01-51, Singapore 320090
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am to 5:30pm
Kim Huat Teochew Beef Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Restaurant Aisyah


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Restaurant Aisyah sells Chinese Muslim food and is popular for its delicious halal beef noodles. It’s mentioned on their Instagram page that their noodles are hand-pulled upon ordering, and you can even customise your beef noodles for $10.80! Simply start by selecting your broth—spicy or clear—or have it dry, before choosing your noodles from five thickness levels: Capillary, Leek Leaves, Fine, Wide, and 2 Fine.

Address: 176 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068624
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm-9am
Tel: 9372 4321
Website
Restaurant Aisyah is a halal-certified eatery.


5. Hongkong Beef King


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Located in a humble kopitiam, Hongkong Beef King gained a loyal following with their decent portions and generous servings of beef. Their halal beef noodles boast a heady gravy, and a basic bowl goes at $5. Numerous noodle options are also available, such as the handmade you mian, thick bee hoon, thin kuey teow, and yellow noodles.

Address: 83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828761
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 8618 8088
Website
Hongkong Beef King is a halal-certified eatery.


6. Thaksin Beef Noodle


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For a good bowl of halal beef noodle soup with Thai influences, check out Thaksin Beef Noodles. Their signature Beef Noodle ($5) with soup features yellow noodles or bee hoon, as well as beef chunks, tripe, Thai basil, and coriander. The potions are known to be quite generous, and you can add in extra chilli flakes for a spicy kick.

Address: 449 Clementi Ave 3, #01-211, Singapore 120449
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: 9666 1234
Website
Thaksin Beef Noodle is a halal-certified eatery.


7. Blanco Court Beef Noodles


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Hailed by Google reviews as one of the most popular beef noodles in Singapore, Blanco Court Beef Noodles made its way into the hearts of locals with its handmade beef balls, al dente noodles, and spicy chilli sauce. Their broth is also made from scratch and left to simmer all day every day, which may explain why fans have such high praise for its robust, meaty flavour.

Address: 123 New Bridge Road, B1-52/52A, Singapore 059413
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10am to 9pm
Tel: 8923 6968
Website
Blanco Court Beef Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. China Square Hainan Famous Beef Bee Hoon


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China Square Hainan Famous Beef Bee Hoon serves one of the most affordable beef noodles on this list with their dry and soup variations selling at $5 a bowl. Online reviews tout their thick vermicelli and rich gravy with a pleasant herbal aftertaste. They are also one of the few Hainanese stores that still use Cincalok chilli as the dipping sauce.

Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-45, Singapore 150120
Opening hours: Fri-Tue 10:30am-8pm
China Square Hainan Famous Beef Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.


Beef noodles in Singapore


If you’re craving a bowl of hearty beef noodles, this list will narrow down your options based on your preferred taste, location, and budget.

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Feature image adapted from @fattietummies, @hungryrayshoots, @authentichocklambeef, and @kimhuatbeefnoodles

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