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Paik’s Noodle Opens At Waterway Point And Tiong Bahru Plaza With Famous Jjajangmyeon

11th April 2024

Paik’s Noodle opens in Punggol and Tiong Bahru with jjajangmyeon


If you love Korean jjajangmyeon, you’d likely have heard of Paik’s Noodle. This famous noodle chain, owned by a Korean celebrity chef, has over 270 outlets across the globe. The good news is they’ve just opened two new outlets in Singapore: Waterway Point and Tiong Bahru Plaza!

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Their famous Jajang Myeon ($11+) is a signature for good reason. This dish features handmade noodles topped with Korean black bean sauce, stir-fried pork, and veggies. There’s also a larger portion at $14+ if you’re extra peckish!


When we visited their original Suntec location, we were impressed by how springy the noodles were.


If your preferred carb is rice, go for their Jajang Bap ($13+) instead. This swaps out the noodles for pearl rice and a scallion omelette.


Paik’s Noodle is known for their Jjamppong ($14+) as well. Here, you get the same springy noodles soaked in a spicy seafood broth, brimming with baby octopus, pork slices, and veggies. Should you want rice instead, there’s the Bap version at $15+.


For sides, their signature Tang Suyuk (from $21+) is not to be missed. This sharing-sized platter comes with deep-fried pork, cabbage, and carrot slices, tossed in a tangy, sweet-sour sauce.

AMBIENCE-PAIKS-NOODLE-TIONG-BAHRUImage credit: @paiks.noodlesg

FYI, Paik’s Noodle’s new outlets look slightly smaller than their first Suntec branch. They’re also casual eateries, great for fuss-free meals instead of special occasions.

Don’t miss their ongoing promotion too, where you can snag 10% discount vouchers when you dine at their Waterway Point or Tiong Bahru Plaza outlets for a limited time only!

For more Korean food content, read our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. Otherwise, check out our cheap Korean food guide for affordable mains under $15!

Paik’s Noodle Waterway Point
Address:  83 Punggol Central, #02-21, West Wing, Waterway Point, Singapore 828761
Opening hours: TBD

Paik’s Noodle Tiong Bahru Plaza
Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Road, #02-136, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore 168732
Opening hours: TBD

Paik’s Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from @paiks.noodlesg

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