Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant 阿南鲍鱼面 (Marina Square)

Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant 阿南鲍鱼面 was established by a person known as Ah Lam. He first started out in the early 1950s selling "Mini Wok Noodle" before being one of the first to sell abalone noodle in a coffee shop. Today, the Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant which he found has 3 outlets (addresses are appended at the end of this post).
We visited the outlets in Marina Square which is located at level 4; the same level as the The Gallerie (Food Court), Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice, Hotpot Culture and The Corner Place (Korean BBQ). The crowd on a weekend evening. 
Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant has its own seating capacity which was largely under-utilised during my visit on a weekend evening. One of the reason could be because most people would bring their food to the food court to join their friends or families. 

The menu which ranges from noodles (e.g. abalone noodles, mini wok noodles, etc) to Salted Baked Chicken rice, dumplings soup to smoked duck!  
Signature Specialty Noodle $5.20
I ordered their Signature Specialty Noodle $5.20 which came with fish ball, sliced meat, minced meat, vegetables, seaweed, a prawn, half an egg, fish skin and crunchy pork lard. It was so full of ingredients that you would not be able to see the noodles (mee pok) underneath! It is similar to Bak Chor Mee (Minced meat noodles)
Signature Specialty Noodle $5.20
I was impressed with this bowl of Signature Specialty Noodle. The mee pok mixed with the pork lard and special sauce was just so fragrant and flavourful! The sauce made a huge difference. It had such a unique and delectable flavour that the more I ate it, the more I love it. The downside was that the prawn was not fresh. Nevertheless, I quite like this bowl of noodles!
Teochew Dumplings Soup $3.50
The Signature Specialty Noodle was so good that it ignite my taste buds. I was still hungry (after wolfing down the noodles) and longed for more. Hence, I made my way back to the counter and ordered a bowl of Teochew Dumplings Soup $3.50 with high expectations.
Teochew Dumplings Soup $3.50
It was a big mistake. Ouch. We both agreed that the Teochew Dumplings were badly executed. It was tasteless and the skin was just too thick.

Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant 阿南鲍鱼面 (Marina Square)
6 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square
#04-101 The Gallerie Food Court
Singapore 039594
Tel: 6336 0848
Opening Hours: Daily 11am to 9pm

Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant (Race Course)
460 Race Course Road 
Singapore 218700 
Tel: 6398 1154
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm

Lam's Abalone Noodle Restaurant (Causeway Point)
1 Woodlands square
#04-01 Food Republic Causeway Point
Singapore 738099
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm

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  1. Leaving aside the dumplings soup, the other two are yum! Pork lard? Oh, can imagine the loveable taste.

  2. anyway fyi the noodle that we have eaten taste differently now.


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