NEW: This Popular (And Halal!) Boat Noodle Eatery Is Now In Bugis


Maryam Zainol •  Aug 20, 2018

[UPDATED 17 January 2019]

Remember when we told you about the popular Boat Noodle SG getting their halal certification? But sadly, they only had one outlet at Changi City Point so you had to travel all the way there just to get your boat noodle fix ?

But here's some great news for those of you who aren't staying in the east - Boat Noodle SG has just opened ANOTHER outlet at Bugis Junction ? Yes, we're just as excited as you!

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If you're unfamiliar with the concept of boat noodles, they are actually little bowls of noodles with springy rice noodles and delicious broth. You get to decide your choice of broth and meat toppings (beef or chicken).

P.S. Looking for more halal eateries in Bugis? Check out our latest guide to halal cafes in Bugis!

Credit: Boat Noodle SG on Facebook

There are 2 broth options - Pathumthani has dark soy sauce as its base and has a slight sour and sweet taste while Ayutthaya has a creamy and rich coconut taste to it. The best part is, each bowl costs ONLY $1.30!

boat noodle sg

Credit: Boat Noodle SG on Facebook

Aptly hashtagged #eatstackrepeat, the bowl of noodles come in small portions so you'd need more than one bowl to satiate your hunger (hence the stack of bowls ?)! But don't be disheartened - this just means you have more tummy space to try out their rice, fried and side dishes too ?

Credit: Boat Noodle SG on Facebook

Like their highly recommended Ayam Legend ($8.90) ? Slightly roasted skin, tender chicken meat with sweet and spicy sauce? Great for sharing, you just can't afford to miss this!

P.S. If you need more ideas on where to eat with your makan buddies, check out our guide on 15 new eateries in SG you need to visit!

Credit: Boat Noodle SG on Facebook

And finally, Hot Steamy Sangkaya ($4.90) for dessert anyone? Steamy soft bread dipped in sweet pandan - this popular treat is a hot favourite that'll complete your yummy authentic Thai meal ? If there's one thing you can't resist while dining in a Thai eatery, it's Thai Iced Tea ($3.90). So, make sure you get that for a refreshing finish!

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We're pretty sure by now the photos have got you salivating for a bowl (or three!) of Thai noodles along with their yummy-looking side dishes ? So what are you waiting for? Time to tell your fellow food buddies that there's not just 1 but 2 boat noodle outlets and get your boat noodle cravings fixed!

Halal Status: Halal-certified


1) Bugis Junction

Address: #02-46, 200 Victoria St, Singapore 188021

Opening hours: 11.30am - 9pm daily

2) Changi City Point

Address: #B1-34A5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038

Opening Hours: 11.30am - 9pm daily

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