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10 Boat Noodle Places In Singapore That Will Transport You To BKK

8th June 2023

Boat noodle in Singapore

If you love Thai food, or more specifically, boat noodles, bookmark this list. We have put together the top 10 boat noodle places in Singapore that will bring the BKK vibes to you!

1. Victory Boat Noodle Cafe

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While Beauty World Centre may be increasingly overshadowed by newer shopping malls, it is the perfect place to nest a hidden gem such as Victory Boat Noodle Cafe.

The Boat Noodles ($6.50) come in regular portions that are enough for a grown adult like me. If that does not suffice, the stall offers Moo Ping ($6.90), which is typically a meat skewer made with thinly sliced fatty pork butt. Finally, you can end the sinful meal with some healthy and refreshing Thai Mango Salad ($8).

Address: 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #01-09, Beauty World Centre, Singapore 588177
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3:30pm, 4pm to 8:30pm
Victory Boat Noodle Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. BKK Bistro Bar 

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Touted as the place serving the “cheapest boat noodles in Singapore”, Orto BKK Bistro & Bar is one of the most popular supper spots for its out-of-Singapore experience.

Their menu offers over 20 combinations of boat noodles that begin from $0.80++. For the full Thai sweet and spicy experience, give the Glass Noodle with Red Tom Yum and Beef Slice ($0.80++) a try. If the tiny bowls are not enough for you, their dishes also come in Super Size+ (S$18.80++) with toppings such as prawns, meatballs, pork slices and more.

Read our BKK Bistro Bar review.

Address: 202 Kallang Bahru, Singapore 339339
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 2am
Tel: 6757 3393
BKK Bistro is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Thailicious Boat Noodles 泰好吃

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While the stretch of Liang Seah Street is my usual go-to for Chinese steamboats and skewers, there nestles a small entrance to Thailicious, a Thai restaurant that tries to integrate with its clever play of its Chinese name but stands out with its Thai dishes

The Pad Thai with Omelette ($13.90+) here achieves every Singaporean’s favourite wok hei taste. Their Boat Noodles ($10+) lean more herbal tasting, if it suits your taste buds. In addition, you can have a competition with your friends as you work through the 10 levels of spices offered here.

Address: 8 Liang Seah Street, #01-01, Singapore 189029
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6917 9857
Thailicious is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. The Original Boat Noodle

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With branches in Malaysia and Myanmar, The Original Boat Noodle has brought its regional success into Singapore. Their halal food menu offers much more than the name of the shop suggests. 

Like other stalls, their Boat Noodles ($1.50+) come in the standard combinations of noodles and meat. The soup choices are Pathumthani, made with dark soya sauce, Ayutthaya, which carries a coconut flavour, and Creamy Tom Yum, their latest option

Check out their Hot Steamy Sangkayaa ($5.99++), a take on kaya toast to end your meal on a sweet note.

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The Original Boat Noodle is a halal-certified eatery.

5. Tiew Mai Thai Boat Noodle

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If you prefer to be cosy and secluded, Tiew Mai Thai is located off-the-radar at Midtown, Hougang, It is easy to miss out this little storefront as the dining area is located upstairs at level two.

Their Boat Noodles ($1.90) come with the standard choices of pork or beef, and a hearty tom yum or regular broth. Also, try out their Tom Yum Boran ($8), a good mix of prawn, squid and pork collar in tom yum soup which makes for a satisfying savoury meal itself. For those with a sweet tooth, order your meal with Thai Pink Milk ($2.70) which might help you to wash down the fiery tom yum noodles and prepare you for more.

Address: 1187 Upper Serangoon Road, #01-22, The Midtown, Singapore 533971
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 8:30pm
Tel: 6238 0184
Tiew Mai Tai is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Royal Thai Boat Noodle & Bar

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Royal Thai Boat Noodle at King Albert Park lets you slowly savour your noodles away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Open up your appetite with a sour and spicy Tom Yum Seafood Rice Set ($12.50) with a choice of either thick or clear soup. Follow up with their Boat Noodles ($3.90) that come with generous slices of either pork or beef. Regulars also return for their Hot Basil Rice with Pork ($7.50) which is a combination you can’t go wrong with.

Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-01/02, KAP Mall, Singapore 598332
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 9643 9886
Royal Thai Boat Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Boat Noodle Express 

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As the name suggests, this small shop front at Sim Lim Square serves generous bowls of Boat Noodles ($6.60+) for a quick fix to your cravings. Unlike most places, all the boat noodles come with springy rice noodles as the only choice.

Aside from their popular boat noodles, Boat Noodle Express has plenty of other Thai dishes to enjoy, ranging from fish cakes to moo ping, all under $10.

Address: 1 Rochor Canal Road, #01-06, Singapore 188504
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 9793 3237
Boat Noodle Express is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Sukhothai Boat Noodles 

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The dishes at Sukhothai Boat Noodles come pricier than others but that is for a reason. Situated in Orchid Hotel, their zhnged-up noodles are essentially the hotel restaurant equivalent of your regular boat noodle bowls.

Featuring ingredients not commonly seen in boat noodles, they have Wagyu Boat Noodle ($15), which contains large slices of premium beef. They also have Tom Yum Noodle with Seafood ($15), which gives you ingredients such as mussels, prawns, and squid. 

Address: 1 Tras Link, #01-07, Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8127 3016
Sukhothai is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Warm Up Cafe


For peak BKK vibes and equally delicious Thai food, swing by Warm Up Cafe in Little India. Their extensive menu includes Thai boat noodles, available with either Pork ($7.80++) or Beef ($7.80++). These generously portioned bowls star a hearty meat broth, with a customisable level of spice, and various meat toppings. Also, you get to choose your own noodle type, be it bee hoon, kway teow, tang hoon, mee kia, maggi, or rice noodles. Dig into their other Thai classics, including the Creamy Crab Omelette Rice ($12++),  and their Spicy Grilled Pork Jowl Salad ($20++)

Read our Warm Up Cafe review.

Address: 110 Mackenzie Road, Singapore 228708
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 6am
Tel: 8723 2332
Warm Up Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Wa Ree Boat Noodle Thai Cuisine

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Maxwell Food Centre has a fair amount of popular Thai food stalls, though Wa Ree is one of its more underrated gems. Get a hearty bowl of Boat Noodles here for $6. Choose between kway teow or rice noodles, which come served with a hearty pork soup, and toppings including QQ pork balls, pork slices, puffs of lard, Thai basil, and beansprouts. Add on some dried chilli flakes to adjust the spice level to your liking. Aside from noodles, the stall also does a moreish Basil Rice ($5.80), and Thai Fried Rice with Pork ($5). 

Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street, #01-44, Singapore 069184
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 12pm to 8:30pm, Sat-Sun 2pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 9385 3236
Wa Ree Boat Noodle Thai Cuisine is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to eat boat noodles in Singapore

For more Thai eats, check out our guide to the best Thai food places in Singapore.

We also have a guide to the best Thai snacks to buy at the Thai Supermarket in Aperia Mall.

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