Chef Kang's Noodle House

Squirrelled away in some industrial wonderland fronting the sub-arterial Toa Payoh Lorong 3, Chef Kang's Noodle House is one of two guerilla hawker spinoffs from acclaimed restaurateur Ang Song Kang's eponymous Michelin-starred establishment along McKenzie Road (other being Chef Kang's Prawn Noodle House sited close by at 85 Toa Payoh Lorong 4). Its menu offerings couldn't get any leaner: folks may order only char siew wanton noodles ($6), char siew wanton noodles plus shredded abalone ($11) or pork belly char siew served straight up ($12 per plate). Don't expect the culinary maestro himself to stick around these days either, for he has since entrusted all the cooking to a pair of time-tested apprentices - brothers Winson and Frankie Moo who confidently blanched, sieved and tossed their way to a virgin Michelin Bib Gourmand win last year.

Chef Kang's Noodle House opens 8am to 4pm weekdays (closed on Mondays) and 8am to 2pm weekends. Feeder bus service no.235 drops you right outside Jackson Square itself; thereafter make two lefts past the main guardhouse and ...... voila.

Oh so droooooool-worthy fare aight!

Sampling and thoughts:

Ultra QQ jook-sing mein (read: egg noodles laboriously conceived through spanking dough with a bamboo pole) lavished in a most earthy Kwoh Woh Hing premium black soy sauce, meltingly tender roast meat chunks that susurrated sapid, caramelized notes by dint of hoisin-lacquered peripheries, godzilla pork lard cubes chorusing an unholy crispy, not forgetting them fatass wantons (stuffed to the gills with shrimp, bak chor, water chestnuts and dried flounder) bobbed on accompanying bowl of milky, flavourful chicken soup - this shit's delicious yahoo.

Alas, inexplicably diminutive portions (each being alloted only two dumplings wtf) throttled overall satisfaction, our half full bellies thus consequently imploring us to trudge further afield to refuel yet again - ah bummer.

Note: Prices subject to change without prior notice. Kindly clarify with stall before visiting or ordering.

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Score: 8.4/10



Jackson Square
11 Toa Payoh Lorong 3, Block A
Singapore 319579

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