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A1 Abalone Noodles
A1 鲍鱼面

$6.95
This noodle contains the noodle block, a 2-in-1 sachet of seasoning oil and seasoning powder, a garnish pack; and their special retort pouch of abalone with sauce. The soup has a herbal chicken broth taste and we like our noodles QQ which is exactly how it turns out. The portion is very decent and definitely makes a full meal! The abalone shrinks after being cooked but it still exceeds our expectation (given the cost of this noodle). Did we mention that the best part of this noodle is the abalone sauce!
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A1 Vegetarian Herbal Noodle
A1秘製 素藥材湯麵

$2.50
Unique Nanyang flavor and authentic Malaysian taste. It contains elaborate herbal soup which is specially prepared for vegetarians and this improved version is definitely worth a try.
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A1 Bak Kut Teh Noodle Soup
A1秘製 肉骨茶湯麵

$2.50
Bak-kut-teh (肉骨茶) is a Chinese soup popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a predominant Hoklo and Teochew community. The name literally translates as “meat bone tea”.It consist of meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang gui, fennel seeds and garlic) for hours. The flavor is very complex and hard to describe so it is a instant noodle that you definitely need to try.
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A1 Crab Flavour Rice Vermicelli White soup
A1秘製 螃蟹米粉湯

$4.95
A1 has got our taste right. This A1 Crab Flavour Rice Vermicelli White Soup is super nice and is hard-to-get. The salty-sweet flavour of crab stock, with the silky Vermicelli, soaked in the broth until it’s hmmm so good. This is unlike any instant noodles that you would have tried before. It is definitely worth a try!
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Myojo Mee Poh Dry Noodle

$1.85 $1.35
Item is sold in single pack. Myojo is one of Singapore's homegrown brands. And of course, they released Mee Poh Dry, one of the Singaporean's soul dish. Mee Poh Dry is part of the Dry range and offers savoury taste. Cooking instructions Put noodles into 450ml of boiling water in pot then boil and stir for 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat and drain the water Add seasoning powder and seasoning oil to the noodles. Add optional garnishing or ingredients to the noodles. Ready to serve.
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Nissin Cup Noodles (Mala)

$4.95
This “hot and numbing” mala flavour has a proprietary recipe which includes Sichuan pepper, chilli, garlic, ginger and lots of other ingredients to achieve its fiery, tingling broth. The spice level has been pegged as “da la”, or very spicy.
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Nissin Singapore Cup Noodles (Chicken Mushroom)

$4.50
Nissin is a popular Japanese instant noodle brand and they have done a fantastic job in customising their instant noodles to global taste, beyond Japan. This Nissin Cup Noodles is a Singapore instant food staple - It is chicken broth with a savoury flavour and a distinct chicken aroma.
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Nissin Singapore Cup Noodles (Tom Yam Seafood)

$4.50
Nissin Cup Noodles is extremely popular amongst the Japanese & Asian Community. It is one of the largest instant noodles companies! This is Nissin Singapore flavour version! Hot & Sour flavour along with tom yam paste gives soup the enhanced aura of spiciness and makes it aromatic with lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Black Pepper Crab Flavoured)

$4.95
This Black Pepper Crab Flavour is the newly creation from Prima Taste Singapore. The black pepper crab flavor was spot on. The black pepper aspect of it was in the forefront and it played well with other flavors. The sweetness taste of crab and the spiciness of black pepper was in the perfect balance.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Chilli Crab Flavoured)

$4.95
This Chilli Crab Flavour is the newly creation from Prima Taste Singapore. Imagine the month watering Savour succulent crab in a piquant and flavourful chilli base and this noodle is exactly that. This full-bodied dish is a popular feature in Singapore seafood restaurants and now you can enjoy at the comfort of your home.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Curry Flavoured)

$4.95
This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. The unique curry flavor of this noodle is created with various herbs and spices. They are skillfully blended together to create the delicious flavour of curry which make this noodle a very popular instant food in Singapore.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Fish Soup)

$4.95
This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. This Fish Soup noodles taste great as other Prima noodles. The fish broth is very authentic and rich in flavor. The note of Sesame oil comes along very well with the nice seafood flavor.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Laksa Flavoured)

$4.95
This in one of the all time flavor noodle from Prima Singapore. There is simply one reason of why this noodle is so popular – they’re just amazing.  The noodles are nice and chewy and premium feel. The broth is spectacular as well with a nice heartiness and deep flavor. The well-balanced of richness and spiciness make this noodle so enjoyable.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Prawn Soup)

$4.95
This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. The quality of this Prawn Soup noodles is what people would expect from a restaurant and definitely not a instant one . The broth has a very rich and luxuriant prawn flavor, the depth and heartiness of the soup is like it’s been cooking for hours instead of minutes. The taste is a bit of buttery and sweet as well and it is not spicy like the other Prima's Noodles like  Laksa and Curry offerings. This is very very Prawn
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Singapore Myojo Char Mee (Prawn Fried Noodles)

$1.85 $1.35
Item is sold in single pack. This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. Myojo is one of Singapore's homegrown brands. And of course, they released Char Mee Dry, one of the Singaporean's soul dish. The quality of this Fried Prawn noodles is what people would expect from a restaurant and definitely not a instant one . The taste is a bit of buttery and sweet as well and it is not spicy.
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Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh Noodle Soup (Dry)
奇香 肉骨茶乾撈麵

$2.30
Bak-kut-teh (肉骨茶) is a Chinese soup popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a predominant Hoklo and Teochew community. The name literally translates as “meat bone tea”.It consist of meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang gui, fennel seeds and garlic) for hours. The flavor is very complex and hard to describe so it is a instant noodle that you definitely need to try.