176 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068624
$10 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · Seafood · Chinese · Chicken · Beverages · Asian · Vegetarian · Beef
Monday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Sunday: ClosedReport an error
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Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago
Both the Soup & Dry Beef Noodles are fresh & delicious. Fried Mutton dumplings are also fresh, Yummy with a crunch. Refreshing Chrysanthemum Tea for two of us. We end it with the Peach Collagen dessert. Again it was refreshing. Excellent service here and the owner was friendly and also shared with us a bit of his recipe. The place is a bit cramp so make sure you do your booking on Google search. It was filling for the two of us but it was worth the calories. U can taste that they use natural ingredients and definitely no MSG😋 We were here on Friday evening and it was not easy to get a parking spot. We rode here so it was OK. Finally, Aisyah Restaurant is a must try!
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
Finally get to try their mutton ribs noodles soup. Meat was tender and fragrant. My friends ordered other noodle dishes and fried mutton dumplings. It was delicious. But I hope the service could be better. It seems they like trying to rush us off as they kept checking our tables even though we are not done
Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago
The mutton dumpling in spicy sauce was really good. The sauce was really tasty and the portion of meat was good. The cumin mutton noodles sauce was flavorful but the minced meat was average. Noodles were thin and soft💯 I got the non spicy sauce for the Chicken dumpling noodles which was decent and the dumplings were not bad.
Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago
Eat here. Your palate, mouth and nose will definitely thank you! Start with 3 flavours skin chicken crackers. For mains try - chicken dumpling noodles (which comes with a clear nice broth), cumin prawn fried rice & braised mutton noodle (where the meat would literally drop from the bone) Side - Chicken dumpling with spicy sauce. Drinks are on the healthy side - Pamelo drink (not to sweet but favorable). Do reserve early due to limited seats.
Rated 4.0/5.0 11 months ago
A halal Chinese restaurant serving Northwest region cuisine. I tried: 1. Black fungus salad 2. Spicy chicken dumpling - recommend to eat with the chilli toppings given 3. Spicy braised mutton noodle - the mutton is really good The restaurant is not big, so do expect waiting and suggest to make reservation. The waiter can speak fluent English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Rated 5.0/5.0 3 weeks ago
I like their spicy soup noodle (lamb) and came here for few times already. The food taste is good but sometime the food not so consistent (in therm of the noodle hardness). The price is slightly on the high side but I rarely had any food taste like this in SG yet. The bowl of noodle is pack with meat, hence, the price. Will definitely come again in future.
Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago
Tuck at a comfy corner. The shop isn't much but the food is delicious. Authentic chinese cuisine similar to the one I tasted in Shanghai. The pulled noodles were soft and springy. The soup was flavourful. The brisket was well cooked, full of taste and so succulent. We took the option for beef dumplings. There are other choices of chicken and mutton. The dumpling skin is just like the noodles, soft. The chili is the right type of spicy. And the meat and herds really complement each other's taste. Savoury and moist. Definitely recommend coming here.
Rated 3.0/5.0 4 months ago
The plan was to break fast there and it was a success! They gave us complimentary dates for everyone on the table even if they are not fasting. The noodles & dumplings (it was my first time trying mutton dumplings) were so good, apart from that the rest were below expectations. We ordered Cumin prawn rice, however the prawns in the rice were not cooked at all but the rice was. I just had to tell them, what went wrong, and immediately without any hesitatation they got it replaced for us! Ill like to add that the Chinese teas could be worth trying. Lastly, you will feel like you have gone back in time in the 1960s, which was pretty good experience.
Rated 3.0/5.0 a month ago
We just arrived and barely looked at the menu in detail and was asked for our order. Hand-pulled noodles only have 2 types out of 5 as seen in their menu which is a bummer. Broth was flavourful thankfully. Cumin fried rice was just ok. It’s a rather moist and clumpy fried rice. Dumplings was normal. My friend was wondering if it’s spoilt because it didn’t taste right. Fortunately, we didn’t have any issues when we got home and the next day. Skewers are no longer available which is a quintessential Chinese Muslim dish. Bummer.
Rated 3.0/5.0 5 months ago
Opened in 2020, Aisyah Restaurant offers affordable Xinjiang cuisine and is Muslim-owned The eatery’s braised mutton noodles, dry spicy beef noodles and fried chicken dumpling are must-haves. [What it's good for] The braised mutton noodles (S$16.80) was served in a bowl brimming to spilleth over, as the oft-quoted parlance goes. It was an immensely flavourful presentation of noodles — soft, springy and evidently hand-pulled — in a clear broth skimmed with an intoxicating slick of oil, red from the immersion and emulsion of tender mutton ribs and chillies with a thick-cut daikon. The dry spicy beef noodles (S$15.80) come a close second, a bold blend of spice and sweetness that will make any spice-lover giddy with excitement. The fried chicken dumpling (S$14.80 for eight pieces) stood out as well. There are a variety of choices — a filling of beef, mutton or chicken cooked in either spicy sauce (S$15.80) or soup (S$13.80), or fried. [What can be improved on] The cumin prawn fried rice (S$12.80) lacked salt and was further exacerbated by a cumin seasoning that does nothing to the fragrance and mouthfeel of the dish. The kailan with money belly (S$15.80) featured simply cooked and tender slices of tripe that were let down by a kailan stir-fry that tasted too bland. [Our quick takes] Is it conducive to conversation? — Aisyah Restaurant is a cosy joint, meaning everyone is near everybody else. Conviviality and conversation are most encouraged, I’m sure. Is a reservation necessary? — Yes. Seats fill up pretty fast, so do make a reservation. How to get there? — The nearest MRT station is Telok Ayer, on the Downtown line. Read more at HungryGoWhere for the full review