Saturday, October 11, 2014

Nam Seng (南生) Noodles and Fried Rice, Singapore (Food rating: 3.5/5)

You may have eaten Beef Hor Fun, Seafood Hor Fun or even Sliced Fish Hor Fun. But have you eaten Venison Hor Fun before? At Nam Seng Noodles & Fried Rice, why not try their venison hor fun.

Nam Seng Noodles & Fried rice was formerly at the National Library (Stamford Road). After the national library was demolished and made way for redevelopments, they moved to China Street. 

What I love about Nam Seng are the venison hor fun and wanton noodles. Each dish cost around SGD6.00 and the portion was just nice. 



The venison hor fun (flat rice noodles) were flavourful. I love the sauce and the noodles were more chewy. I reckon that the store might have bought a different kind of noodles which made this plate of noodles exceptionally fantastic. There was also a generous portion of venison and they tasted even better when eaten with green chilli slices. (Food rating: 3.5/5)


The wanton noodles were quite authentic, that is, it tasted a little like the traditional Singaporean wanton noodles. The Hong-Kong Style Wanton Noodles are prevalent in Singapore and somehow I miss the traditional ones. The noodles were perfectly cooked. It was chewy and the sauces were well mixed. The barbequed meat was tender and a little sweet. Most importantly, I loved the soup with wanton dumplings. The soup was very rich and aromatic with a tint of pepper. Overall this plate of wanton noodles were fantastic!!! (Food rating: 3.5/5)




Address: 25 China Street #01-01 Far East Square Singapore 049567
Price: $
Food rating: 3.5/5
Stuffness level (how full you are): 3.5/5



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