Madam Tyrant sells rainbow ban mian

Handmade noodle lovers are definitely spoiled for choice with our local food scene, thanks to the number of ban mian stalls in Singapore there are to check out. Madam Tyrant stands out from the crowd, though, with their super-unique rainbow mee hoon kueh offering.

We’ve seen colourful chee cheong fun and spinach mee hoon kueh, but we’ve not yet seen anything as colourful as Madam Tyrant’s Happy Bowl ($6.50) offering.

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Each bowl comes with hand-torn pieces of mee hoon kueh in green, yellow, purple, and red colours, cooked in a comforting pork broth. Each order comes with pieces of minced pork, spinach, and ikan bilis, as well as a raw egg. The colours on the mee hoon kueh are made entirely from natural ingredients—think veggies and fruits. Everything is made from scratch at their stall, which is located along Tyrwhitt Road.

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We definitely recommend you enjoy this alongside a serving of their fried Hakka Pork Belly ($5), marinated in a fermented red tofu paste so the exterior is both crispy and umami. 

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If the novelty of rainbow hand-torn noodles isn’t up your alley, then Madam Tyrant has plenty of other dishes that make them worth visiting. You can have your choice of noodles—mee hoon kueh, ban mian, you  mian, sheng mian, and even Koka noodles—served with your choice of topping, and either soup, or dry. Fans have raved about the dry version, which comes with a delicious dark soya sauce and chilli mixture. Prices start at $5.50 for their Sliced Pork and Pork Liver soup options, but you can even splurge to enjoy the Premium Seafood or Abalone ban mian, from $10.50 and $14 respectively. 

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For big eaters, if you think the toppings provided aren’t enough, there’s also the option to add on others or upsize for $1 if you’d like more noodles. Spicy soup lovers can also top-up $1 to have a dollop of tom yum paste added to the soup.

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Address: 153 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207566
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8pm
Madam Tyrant is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from @madam.tyrant

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