DumPrince Dumpling House Has Muslim-Friendly Collagen Chicken La Mian In Chinatown
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Get Muslim-Friendly Collagen Chicken La Mian At This New Dumpling Eatery In Chinatown

4th July 2022

DumPrince Dumpling House at Chinatown Point

We previously visited Kure Menya in Tanjong Pagar and thoroughly enjoyed the rich, collagen chicken broth of the ramen there. If you’ve missed it since they shuttered, fret not, because they’re back as DumPrince Dumpling House at Chinatown Point!

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Where Kure Menya used to specialise in Japanese-style ramen and more, they’ve flipped to a new leaf, serving Chinese-style la mian and dumplings instead—albeit served with the same, signature collagen soup. As before, the ingredients used at DumPrice Dumpling House are all halal-certified, although the eatery itself isn’t.

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Prices here start from $5.50 for QQ Prawns Noodle Soup with Clear Soup, or $7.50 with Collagen Broth. Other options you can have with the hand-pulled noodles are Chicken Dumplings, Prawn Dumplings, or Meatballs ($6.90/$8.90), all of which are made in-house.

If you prefer dry noodles, there’s also Zhajiang Noodles, or Sichuan Hot & Sour Dry Noodles, both of which are priced at $6.90. There’s also thick bee hoon, should you prefer not to have hand-pulled noodles.

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For just $3 more, you can make your bowl of noodles into a set meal, which would come with a choice of Chicken or Prawn Dumplings, or a Mini Chicken Cutlet. Here, you can choose to have your dumplings served boiled, pan-fried, or deep-fried. Complete it with either Iced Lemon Tea, or Honey Lemon.

Otherwise, you can get the dumplings a la carte: they’re priced at $5.50 for six, and $8.80 for 10, whether you go for prawn or chicken dumplings.

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Alternatively, get them in the collagen broth for $7.90 or $10.90, or as Sichuan Spicy Dumplings, AKA hong you chao shou, for $6.50 and $9.90 for six or 10 dumplings respectively.

For more Chinatown eats, check out our Chinatown food guide; otherwise join the queue for this famous yong tau foo stall in Chinatown!

Address: 133 New Bridge Road, B1-47C, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8:30pm
Tel: 8886 1066
Website
DumPrince Dumpling House is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses halal-certified ingredients

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Feature image adapted from @bbjiaksimi‘s post.

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