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Get $2 Ipoh Curry Noodles, Legit Herbal Chicken And More At This New TPY Stall

15th December 2023

Steam Rice Kitchen has $2 Ipoh curry noodles in Toa Payoh

With the impending GST hike and inflation, finding a cheap meal under $3 is like looking for a needle in a haystack. But if you look close enough, there are options around, such as Feng Ji Kway Chap, where you can get a set for $2.50, and Steam Rice Kitchen‘s $2 Ipoh Curry Noodles.

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Helmed by an Ipoh-born hawker, the new stall is located in Toa Payoh North, a nine-minute walk from Braddell MRT Station. Recently, they’ve been making waves online for their cheap Ipoh curry noodles, which go for just $2 a bowl.

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Do note that this price gets you noodles with their signature curry broth, topped with beansprouts, sans meat. Nonetheless, online reviewers tout the curry to be rich and robust, with a spicy kick—notably less lemak than Singapore-style curry mee, so you don’t feel jelak after slurping on the broth.

If you need more liao, consider going for the standard $4.80 portion, which includes extra fixings such as fried bean curd skin and long beans. There’s also a $5.80 serving that comes with yong tau foo pieces.

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Alternatively, order their Ipoh Curry Chee Cheong Fun with Pork Skin ($4.80): silky rice noodle sheets drenched in the same curry broth, topped with crispy fried pork skin.

The aforementioned dishes are only available for breakfast, from 7am to 11am.

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If you’re visiting for lunch, the stall offers a wide range of steamed dishes and soups, including their Signature Herbal Chicken ($7.90). This aromatic dish features half a chicken cooked in a nourishing mix of herbs.

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Their Signature Coconut Chicken Soup ($7.90), which stars black chicken thigh cooked in a Thai young coconut, is another must-try.

In related Malaysian food news, Ipoh-famous Qunkee Biscuit & Bakery has opened in Singapore! The Kovan bakery offers egg tarts, kaya tarts, wife biscuits and more. If you’d like a taste of Singapore-style curry mee instead, read our Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee review for a legit stall that’s been around for over 50 years.

Address: 206 Toa Payoh North, #01-1197, Singapore 310206
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 8pm
Steam Rice Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from Steam Rice Kitchen 

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