Yi Zun Beef Noodles at Sam Leong Road II

Yi Zun Beef Noodle
45 Sam Leong Road
Singapore 207935
MRT: Walkable from Farrer Park Station Exit A or City Square Mall!
Tel: +65 6291 6616 (reservations not available for Fri-Sun)

Opening Hours
Daily: 11am to 10pm

Halal status: Muslim-owned
Halalicious rating: 9.5/10
Average spend per pax: ~S$12-15 with drinks
Recommended dishes: Crispy Eggplant (S$9.80), Sliced Chicken (S$3.20), Fish Stew with Pickled Cabbage (S$14.80), Yi Zun Minced Noodles (S$6.80)

Hey guys! So I’m on day two of fasting in London where we start fasting around 3am and break our fast just after 9pm. IT IS BRUTAL 😭 But an interesting experience I guess. I’m gonna break my fast at Ramadan Tent tonight, where there is an Open Iftar event started by Omar Salha back in 2013. There are usually talks by guest speakers followed by a hosted dinner where you really feel like you get to be part of the community. Excited to check it out!

Anyway I wanted to do an update post on Yi Zun Beef Noodles since I had tried a new dish the other dayand they kind of changed their menu design.

So instead of using those erasable marker pens on the old menu like this:

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LOL so fun you get to feel like a kid in kindergarten

We now have a proper menu and a paper order chit:

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New menu but still with the typos that we all have come to know and love LOL “dekucuiys”. One of my IG followers said it adds to their charm and I kind of agree.

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Sauerkraut is spelled correctly but not “noddle” 😂😂

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I wanna try all these ugh

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Oh man that sliced chicken is my kryptonite. 

So my friend loves the soupy Yizun Beef Noodle (S$7.80 for reg size), while I prefer the dry Yizun Minced Meat Noodles (S$6.80) because of all the accoutrements you can add!

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Yi Zun Beef Noodle Soup on top for $7.80, vs my dry Yi Zun Minced Meat Noodle for S$6.80, and the cold chicken starter for S$3.20. SO delicious all of them.

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LOOK AT THAT DELICIOUS THICK AND SAUCY MINCED CHICKEN UNFFFFFF

I mean so I have been here maybe about 5-6 times since it opened. The first time was disappointing and maybe an off day, and since then it’s been really really good and I even almost feel like they keep improving on the texture of the noodles and the taste of the soup broth. LOVE THIS PLACE.

I also managed to try the Crispy Eggplant (S$9.80):

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Crispy Eggplant (S$9.80) – 9/10

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UNFFFF

Yeah so I LOVE eggplant, especially the sambal belado kinds at nasi padang stalls (SINAR PAGI OH MY GOD). This was a bit of a departure from those mushy types but I still really enjoyed them! The batter is really light and crisp, while the sauce that coats it is slightly sweet and savoury – it’s almost like savoury pisang goreng. I think it’s a great “gateway eggplant dish” for those who don’t really like the mushy texture of most eggplants (I LOVE EM). 9/10

So there you have it guys. Basically if I could come in a bigger group, I’d have the minced meat noodles to myself and share the cold chicken starter, the fish stew with pickled cabbage, and the eggplant. All of these are total winners ugh.

Yi Zun Beef Noodle
45 Sam Leong Road
Singapore 207935
MRT: Walkable from Farrer Park Station Exit A or City Square Mall!
Tel: +65 6291 6616 (reservations not available for Fri-Sun)

Opening Hours
Daily: 11am to 10pm

Halal status: Muslim-owned
Halalicious rating: 9.5/10
Average spend per pax: ~S$12-15 with drinks
Recommended dishes: Crispy Eggplant (S$9.80), Sliced Chicken (S$3.20), Fish Stew with Pickled Cabbage (S$14.80), Yi Zun Minced Noodles (S$6.80)

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