Saturday, October 3, 2009
Scotts Beef Noodles @ Food Opera, Ion Orchard
I ordered the mixed beef noodles (dry). I presume this is one of the cheaper food (at a price of $5) at Food Opera. Hubby ordered Bak Kut Teh soup, with rice and preserved vegetables and all these cost him $11.50!
Ok.. back to this beef noodle stall. The bowl of beef noodle had a good serving of thick noodles, sliced beef, brisket, tendon and beef balls (got 3!) :) I was really really full after finishing this bowl of beef noodles. The gravy was very thick and the sliced beef was not tough. Found out that this stall was quite famous when it was located at then Scotts Shopping Food Centre.
Quoted from SoShiok.com:
Stall No.15: Scotts Beef NoodlesThere's no need to introduce this famous stall. Scotts Beef Noodles has been around for more than 60 years, since Kiang Kin Nam’s father started selling the Hainanese beef noodles from a tiny stall on Bain Street in the 1940s. Kiang subsequently moved the operation to a coffee shop across Odeon Cinema (currently the National Library), and then to the now-defunct Scotts Shopping Centre Food Court. Now the noodles are back across the road at Food Opera.