Ever since the famous Yi Zun Beef Noodle opened the first halal hand-pulled Chinese noodle stall in Singapore last year, we’ve seen an increase in more of such stalls. Besides being really yummy, it’s also heartening to know that the halal Chinese food scene in Singapore is growing ☺️
Good news for all you east siders, the "OG" of halal hand-pulled noodles in Singapore, Yi Zun, has recently opened a new outlet at Joo Chiat Rd, just opposite Joo Chiat Complex!
P.S. Did you know that Yi Zun's owner is Madam Aishah, a Chinese Muslim from China? She also has a halal authentic Chinese hotpot eatery in Simei!
Check this out - Yi Zun's Joo Chiat outlet is more spacious and has a great ambience, making it perfect for gatherings with your loved ones. Not to mention that the decor is Xinjiang-inspired and complete with Turkish-style lights 😍
The best part is, there are more items on the menu too. Xinjiang lamb skewers, anyone? The meat is marinated with garlic, cumin and Sichuan peppercorn, then grilled to perfection 🤤 Other dishes you can expect are their Yi Zun Baked Fish and Salted Egg Chicken among others.
[P.S. Love Chinese food? Then check out our list of top 13 halal Chinese eateries in Singapore!]
Of course, how could we forget Yi Zun’s main star - its hand-pulled noodles ($9.80)! Springy noodles in a light broth, with succulent chunks of beef - you’d be slurping this down in no time 😋 Remember to top it off with chilli for a kick to your taste buds!