The owners of Yizun Noodle and K go a long way back. They have known each other for years, so when the owners opened Yizun Noodle in Singapore, we just had to visit it.
The only thing that we were not looking forward to is traveling to Singapore from JB. The traffic jam can be horrible and the rush hour crowd can be intense. By the time we reached the restaurant, we had worked up an appetite.
Obviously, no visit to a China-style Chinese Muslim restaurant is complete without ordering a bowl of their hand-pulled beef noodles, or better known in Malaysia as mee tarik/mi tarik.
The menu at Yizun Noodle is quite extensive. But typical me, I neglected to snap any photos because I was too engrossed with the food that was right in front of me. Thankfully, I remembered to snap their order sheet.
Please take note that since we went to the restaurant a few months ago, there might be changes to their current menu.
Our verdict? Maybe we are biased because we know the owners, however, we really had no complaints. The food was good and we particularly love the sour prune juice. Like really, nothing quenches the thirst like an ice cold drink.
For those who are not familiar with the area, getting there is super easy. If you know Mustafa Centre, then you are just minutes away from Yizun Noodle.
45 Sam Leong Rd, Singapore 207935
+65 6909 7355
Should make a trip to their other outlet – Jinshangyipin Buffet Hot Pot.
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