The Original Boat Noodle @ Changi City Point

5 Changi Business Park Central 1 Singapore 486038 #B1-34A

6787 8134

$5 · Halal Certified · Cafe · Thai · Boat Noodle

Monday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM

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Nicholas Lim

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

Been here a number of times with the family and have always ordered similar items off the menu. First let's talk about the positives. Service is prompt and friendly. OK ambience and it's rustic. Tasty food and we like the tempura leafy vegetables - very consistent. We feel there was a tweak in the main beef recipe. Not as robust or tasty as before. Tom yum noodles though was better. Quantity seems to have dipped. The bbq chicken was not worth the $12, for a leg, it was way overpriced. The drinks were smaller (expensive for a small cup with loads of ice - see pics). Management may want to review their price point while comparing prices with other offerings in the vicinity. Was a 4 for me in the past... now its a 3

Kim Jun Hong

Rated 4.0/5.0 6 months ago

Not bad. Services are prompt and prices are reasonable. Two person; we ordered every single bowl of boat noodles (14-16 varieties) they have. Do kindly take note that the boat noodle portions are very small; just with one or two mouthfuls. It costs $1.80 per bowl before 7% GST. It tastes great, however in my honest opinion it is not authentic as it is halal certified and therefore no pork or lard (no offence to all my Muslim friends out there). I personally prefer their Kway Chap boat noodles over the spicy and sour ones. I also tried their Pad Thai which is flavourful and Ayam Legend, but felt it was a little too dry. Not to mistaken, it was really good. I will certainly give a 5 stars if they served pork. Overall, a good experience. Would recommend my friends to dine there.

Loki

Rated 3.0/5.0 4 months ago

The portion seems to have become smaller and it's $1.80++ per bowl now. 5 small bowls probably don't even make up a normal bowl of noodles, which makes it quite expensive at $9++ per bowl, considering the mediocre tasting broth and the meagre ingredients. The Kaya soft bun dessert was nice though.

Din Neo

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

Authentic Thai food! It's delicious and it's Halal. I love the decor and it reminds me of Thailand a lot. The staff were helpful, courteous and attentive. Highly recommended for Thai food lovers!

Anurag Srivastava

Rated 4.0/5.0 7 months ago

Good service and decent Thai food. Reasonable for sure. The minced chicken and phad Thai were great. Fish cakes were awesome,.we had 2 plates. Mango sticky rice could have been better on the mango bit, not sweet and the noodles are literally sampler sizes for 1.5. I rather they charge more and give something more substantial. Overall for the price a great meal out!

Tofu and Tofu

Rated 2.0/5.0 8 months ago

Tried all the flavors of the boat noodle. All of them tasted blend and similar. Servings were too small even for boat noodles. Chicken ball were small and not value for money. 6 small chicken balls for $5.99. Fried spring rolls were nice. Ordered takeaway for their fried chicken skin as a snack and it was delicious. Would only go back for the fried chicken skin. Overall not value for money.

Isabelle Tay

Rated 4.0/5.0 7 months ago

Interesting concept for boat noodle, though i cant really appreciate most of it. Mostly tasted the same haha! The fried kang kong was way too oily though.. dessert was decent and generous amount of red ruby.

Adam Arjuna

Rated 3.0/5.0 8 months ago

There are ups and downs of this boat noodle concepts. Despite its $1.50 bowl of small portion noodle, it’s $15 after the 10th bowl. It’s still expensive in my opinion as you aware in Thailand, boat noodle are stupendously cheap even you had a dozen bowl of it. Thankfully, the boat noodle is delicious and full of flavour. Fried chicken was piping hot and crispy. We really enjoy the wings and its sweet chilli deep. Pad Thai was delicious but again way too expensive. Will I go again? For the price, definitely not worth it. There are better and much delicious Thai cuisines out there that can provide the same quality but at a cheaper price.

Erica Lam

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

Thai boat noodle taste is good but really mini, $1.80 two mouthfuls. Ordered mains omelette rice and fried chicken wings. Food served within 5mins. Btw it's served hot, even the wings. Amazingly fast!

f a

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Disappointing - taste, portion and price. Boat noodle is a single slurp for $2 per bowl. No tomyam kick. Phadthai was soggy, although the Prawn was fresh. Very little peanut provided to mix with the phadthai. Noodle portion was small too. Service was good, no delay in seating, serving and clearing table. Would not return to spent almost $50 for 2 phadthai, 2 Drinks and 1 tiny boat noodle.

Lester Molina

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Nice food..good value for money..but the fried kangkong is oily..fish sauce with chili padi would definitely give a kick to the flavour of the food

Koh Hwee Chong

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

The portion size of the bowl of noodles has noticeably diminished, leaving customers feeling unsatisfied. The once-hearty serving has now been reduced to a meager amount, and to make matters worse, the price has gone up to $1.80++ per bowl. Even if one were to opt for multiple small bowls, it still falls short of constituting a regular-sized portion of noodles. This unfortunate circumstance renders the overall experience quite expensive, as each bowl amounts to a hefty cost of $9++. Additionally, the quality of the noodles is not the only issue. The broth, which is a significant component of any flavorful bowl of noodles, disappoints with its mediocre taste. It lacks the richness and depth of flavor that one would expect. Moreover, the limited selection of ingredients further dampens the overall dining experience. The lack of variety and choice leaves customers wanting for more, both in terms of quantity and diversity of toppings. Despite these drawbacks, there are a few redeeming aspects to the meal. The chicken skin, for instance, is a delightful addition that packs a flavorful punch. Its crispy texture and savory taste enhance the overall enjoyment of the dish. However, the same cannot be said for the fried chicken. Unfortunately, it falls short of expectations, failing to impress with its average taste and unremarkable preparation. In conclusion, the reduced portion size coupled with the increased price tag of $1.80++ per bowl makes the dining experience at this establishment quite expensive. The underwhelming broth and limited ingredients further contribute to the disappointment. While the chicken skin offers a glimmer of satisfaction, the mediocre fried chicken fails to salvage the overall experience.

jayden

Rated 2.0/5.0 2 months ago

I cant stand how lukewarm their boat noodles are! At first i ordered 2 bowls of kway chap to try, its very lukewarm or infact kinda cold. I thought the others might be okay, ordered another 2 normal bowls of beef boat noodles also its also cold and lukewarm! Super bad to serve the noodles in this state... Service is not very good too, spotted something very unhygienic. The waitress serve the boat noodles with her tumb almost touching the soap, she had grab the bowl way in and her thumb is just maybe 2 or 3mm away from the noodles....very u hygienic to serve this way... The only dish i feel its still okay is the fried palaya salad..

Julie Sin

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

We tried the boat noodles in creamy tom yum, Pathuntham and Thai version "kueh chup". The chicken wings and fish cake are tasty too and I love the spring rolls. Unfortunately, the mango in sticky rice dish is more sour than sweet. Will be back to try other dishes! We noticed the place is halal certified.

Wendy Loh (whimsea.wanderer)

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago

Colleague and I tried this for lunch and we ordered both the beef pathumthani rice noodles (spicy & sour) and sweet kuey chup rice noodles. One bowl cost (S$1.99++) and it’s a one mouthful bowl. We had to order at least 8 bowls in total 🫣. The pathumthani was the preferred choice. We ordered the fried kang kong also and it came with the creamy tom yum sauce. Whilst the sauce was good, the fried kang kong had a bit of acrid/rancid taste, prolly coz the frying oil was reused. Won’t be ordering that next time.

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