Noodle Evolution At Lau Pa Sat

When I saw the name Noodle Evolution, I was wondering what kind of noodles would it be selling. The name set me curious and I was eager to find out what it is like.

The stall has noodles to offer, noodles with different ingredient. Currently, there are only Chicken Cutlet and Premium Noodles (Soup or Dry). The remaining 2 others; Garlic Mushroom Noodle and Herbal Duck Bee Hoon (Soup) will be available early next year. And it has a side dish, Mojo Crunch.

Stall
Stall

I ordered the Chicken Cutlet Noodles. I see that they used mainly Chicken Thigh, which is good. The noodles were with a little chewy and soft to the bite. There isn’t much sauces so you get the natural, original noodle taste. The soup is decent and pretty salty though.

Chicken Cutlet Noodle
Chicken Cutlet Noodle

I ordered a Mojo Crunch. It is mainly Tau Po with vegetables stuffing. The stufffing, likewise, has its natural vegetable sweetness, not much of seasoning added. The best part of this Tau Po is that it is crunchy but not oily. It taste better with the chilli sauce

Mojo Crunch
Mojo Crunch

I find that the food whipped up by Noodle Evolution has minimal seasoning. So if you like it that way, it will be for you. Meanwhile, I am waiting for next year to try their the two creation.

Noodle Evolution
18 Raffles Quay #01-29 Telok Ayer Festival Market, Lau Pa Sat Singapore 048582

FBhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Noodle-Evolution/306519752874774?ref=br_tf

Opening Hours

Daily 1100 to 2100

Getting There

By MRT – East West line or North South line – Raffles Place station; Downtown line – Telok Ayer station

By Bus:
– alight opposite Hotel Sofitel So Singapore along Robinson Road – 10, 10e, 97, 97e, 196, 196e
– alight opposite AIA Tower along Robinson Road – 10, 10e, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 162, 196, 196e
– alight at One Raffles Quay along Raffles Quay – 10, 10e, 57, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 131, 162, 167, 186, 196, 196e, 700, 970

Rating: 7/10

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A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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