The first & only Singapore-style ramen!!

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The first and only Singapore-style ramen in town!

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The reason to create A Noodle Story is simple: how many times had we being disappointed by the standard of noodles served in the market?

We ordered a bowl of noodles and it just doesn’t justify the price we paid for it at all. Noodles are soggy, ingredients are too little, meat is tough and dry, or the taste just sucks….

Sure, it is possible to get a bowl of delicious noodles but they are rare like diamonds. Furthermore, most of them are located either in cafe or restaurants, and they charge anything from $10 to $20 for a bowl of noodles.

Here’s a story of how the ultimate noodles dish was born: We love eating noodles and had always been fascinated by them. We sought to create the ultimate noodles dish and spent years of hard work and sweat learning from culinary masters in the best restaurants in the world.

Inspired by modern European techniques and Asian flavours, A Noodle Story was born after much relentless refinement to the recipe. This simple yet complicated dish is specially created to suit the local taste buds.

Why simple and yet complicated?

“Because the simplest dish to make is actually the most complicated as there is nothing to disguise it; whether in term of flavours or quality of ingredients. It’s either good or bad. ”

What this means is you can now get delicious gourmet quality noodles without burning a hole in your wallet. But be warned, there won’t be any pretty hostess greeting you when you arrive, there won’t also be a vase of pink roses to beautify the table while you chat. And most probably, you will need to carry the food to the table yourself. One thing for certain though, in spite of our limitations, we will serve you an ultimate noodles dish which you’ll never forget. This, we promise you!!

A Noodle Story – Our very own true local-style Singapore ramen which is the only place where you can get gourmet quality noodles at hawker prices.

A Noodle Story

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2 responses

  1. Messi

    Are you guys still closed on weekends?

    March 16, 2014 at 2:23 am

    • Yes Messi, we’re still closed on weekends due to manpower issues.

      March 16, 2014 at 5:13 pm

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