Popular $2.50 KL Pork Noodle Stall Old Village Opens Second Outlet In Yishun
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Popular $2.50 KL Pork Noodle Stall Old Village Opens Second Outlet In Yishun

11th October 2021

Old Village KL Pork Noodle at Yishun

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If you live in the west, you may have come across Old Village in Tanglin Halt. The hawker stall is known for their highly raved-about, authentic KL-style pork noodles priced from just $2.50.  This time, they will be opening their second outlet in Yishun, together with sister brand Old World Bakuteh. 

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Known for their Teochew-style bak kut teh and fried porridge, Old World Bakuteh will be moving from their original location of Blk 747 Yishun Street 72, to the new space at Blk 732 Yishun Ave 5. The stall will share the same space as the new Old Village outlet, so you can expect a wide variety of options on the menu.

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Old village menu
Image credit: Old Village

Their signature pork noodles come with the option of having it soup or dry. You also get to pick your choice of noodles, from yellow noodles, kway teow, and bee hoon. Their most popular dish is their dry noodles, covered with an addictive dark sauce mix—a trademark of most KL-style noodles.

old village pork soup

Prices here are fairly similar to Old Village’s original Tanglin Halt eatery, although there’s a slight markup for some dishes. Highlights on the menu include the Sliced Pork Noodle ($3), Mixed Pork Noodle ($3.50), and Pork Ball Noodle ($2.50)

From the Old World Bakuteh front, you’ll see old-time favourites including Mixed Pig’s Organ Mee Sua ($5), Signature Bak Kut Teh Soup ($8), plus a wide variety of side dishes to go with your mains. 


Fried porridge lovers can also get their fix with the Sliced Pork, Mixed Pig’s Organ, Large Intestines, or Sliced Fish Fried Porridge for just $5

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The new stall is set to open on 15 October, so if you’re around the area, give it a try to see if it’s worth the hype! Tentatively, their opening hours will be from 10am to 8:30pm, but more updates will be provided via their Facebook page.

If you’re around the vicinity of Yishun, check out our Chef Kin HK Wanton Noodle review for authentic HK-style wonton noodles. Otherwise, read our Ipoh Curry Chee Cheong Fun review for  Malaysian-style chee cheong fun.

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Address: Blk 732, Yishun Ave 5, #01-380, Singapore 760732
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 8:30pm 
Tel: 9388 5288

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