I am sure many of us love a good bowl of la mian or hand pulled noodles. However, not many stalls or restaurants can master the art of hand pulled noodles. Here are some stalls I would recommend you if you are looking for find the best la mian stalls in Singapore!
1. A9 Noodle Dumpling - Spicy Mala Noodles
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At A9 Noodles Dumpling, their 2 most popular items are the Mala Savoury Noodle and Spicy Savoury Noodle. However, if you're not a fan of spice, your best option is their Pork Meatball Noodle. Their noodles are very springy and the meatballs are homemade which has a good chew that comes with a bowl of clear soup. Don't forget to try out their affordable homemade dumplings.
Address: 190 Middle Road, #02-26, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00am – 8:00pm
Contact Info: 9667 1510 | A9 Noodles Dumpling Facebook
2. Da Shao Chong Qing Xiao Mian - Authentic Chong Qing Beef Noodles with Lots of Spices
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You should check out Da Shao Chong Qing Xiao Mian if you enjoy Mala spice. The hawker stall specialises in authentic Chong Qing beef noodles, which are heavily spiced and filled with numbing peppercorns for the dish's distinctive Mala kick. The thin noodles in this dish allows the sauce to be retain on the noodles itself. If you enjoy Zha Jiang Mian, order their Minced Meat Noodles or their traditional Chongqing Mala Noodle, which is prepared with their house sauce.
Address: 17 Upper Boon Keng, #01-81, Singapore 380017
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Monday 10:30am – 8:30pm | Closed on Tuesdays
Contact Info: 9424 3633 | Da Shao Chong Qing Xiao Mian Facebook
3. Jing Hua Restaurant - Springy Noodles with Juicy Xiao Long Baos
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Since 1989, Jing Hua Restaurant has been offering la mian, pan-fried dumplings, and Xiao Long Baos. If you visit the Chinese restaurant at peak hour, be prepared to wait because it is highly popular. The noodles in their la mian are somewhat thicker and more springy than usual, which makes it unique. Their famous Zha Jiang Noodle, which includes soy bean sauce, minced pork, and vegetables. Definitely a must try at their restaurant.
Address: 21/23 Neil Rd, Singapore 088814
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 11:30am – 3:00pm | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Contact Info: 6221 3060 | Jing Hua Restaurant Facebook
4. Supreme Ramen Xiao Long Bao - Run by Ex Crystal Jade Chef with Restaurant Quality Dishes
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The humble hawker stall is run by a friendly married couple. Be assured that you will definitely be served with restaurant standard dishes as the husband used to be a chef at Crystal Jade. You must try out their Pork Dumpling Noodles and a basket of their ShangHai Xiao Long bao. The noodles are hand pulled, which makes it very springy and chewy. While their Xiao Long Bao are individually hand wrapped and has a good ratio of skin to filling.
Address: 46 Holland Dr, #01-359, Singapore 270046
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00am – 6:45pm | Closed on Mondays
Contact Info: 8122 0720 | Supreme Ramen Xiao Long Bao Instagram
5. Zhang Ji Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao - Mouth-Watering Szechuan Spicy Noodles,
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If you crave Hand Pulled La Mian Noodles, you must visit this Westside treasure. Come in for their mouth-watering Szechuan Spicy Noodles, which is served with a tangy sauce made from minced beef. You can also try their reasonably priced Sour Spicy Noodles which cost $2.50 per bowl, if you want to spice things up. Your cup of instant Suan La Fen will be elevated by the sour-spicy broth's vinegary bite.
Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-56, Singapore 150120
Opening Hours: Thursday to Sunday 11:30am – 2:30pm | 5:00pm – 8:00pm | Closed on Mondays to Wednesdays
Contact Info: 9743 5287
6. Nuodle - Halal Certified Beef La Mian
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Nuodle Beef La Mian Stall is halal-certified, so feel free to bring your Muslim friends to get a dose of La Mian as well! The restaurant specialises in making 3 types of noodles – Lanzhou Fried La Mian, Sauerkraut Beef La Mian and Braised Beef La Mian. Their signature dish contains beef slices that are packed with fatty chunks that melt on your tongue. While the noodles are also noteworthy since they are soft and bouncy, a dish that is highly recommended.
Address: 10 Eunos Rd, 8, #B1-128/129, Singpost Centre, Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 11:00am – 10:00pm
Contact Info: 9189 9937 | Nuodle Facebook
7. Hong Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao - Michelin Guide Hand Pulled Noodles
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The hand-pulled noodles and dumpling options at Hong Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao have been included in the Michelin Guide. The Flavour Beef Noodle, which comes with a substantial portion of marbled, sliced beef, QQ noodles, and a moderately spicy broth enhanced by their in-house chilli sauce. You may add as much or as little chilli paste as you prefer, but beware it is fiery.
Address: 32 New Market Rd, #01-1064, Singapore 050032
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 11:00am – 9:00pm
Contact Info: 9083 5166