The city centre boasts a variety of delicious noodle dishes to satisfy any craving. Whether it's Pad Thai, Braised Beef, Cold Pork or Ramen , there's a dish for every taste and mood - take a look at our list of some of the best and go get your next fix! 

Beef Noodle Soup

Beef Noodle Soup, $19.47 | Chongqing Noodles | 23 Wellesley St W
Beef noodles hold a special place in Chinese culinary tradition, particularly in regions like Chongqing, where they are a beloved comfort food. Chongqing Noodles does a great job in delivering a hearty and flavor-packed bowl, capturing the essence of authentic flavors passed down through generations.


Tonkotsu Ramen, $19 | Kiraku | 20 Elliott Street
Tucked away on Elliott Street, this tiny spot is a local secret, beloved for their Tonkotsu Ramen. It’s truly the sum of its parts, with perfectly cooked noodles, a delicately seasoned broth and tender slices of chashu pork, topped with a soft-boiled egg and fresh bean sprouts. Grab a bowl and spread the word.

Eden Noodles

Dandan noodles, $12 | Eden Noodles | 18-26 Wellesley St E 
Eden Noodles has a glowing reputation around the country for their incredible noodle dishes. If you're after a deliciously rich dish, give the dandan noodles a try. The rich sauce envelops the noodles, making every bite a flavor explosion.

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Pad Si-ew Plamuk, $23.50 | Thai Street | 12 Jellicoe St 
Step into Thai Street and experience the essence of authentic Thai cuisine with Pad Si-ew Plamuk. The quintessentially wide, flat noodles are coated in a generous helping of sauce. It won’t matter if you pick the free range chicken or beef, because either way, this sweet, savoury and a smattering of sour sauce will be a fantastic choice.


The Original Abura Soba, $21.50 | Kajiken | 3 O'Connell Street
Indulge in Kajiken's globally renowned Original Abura Soba – a flavorful twist on traditional ramen. Give it a mix and you’ll be rewarded with a sauce that’s a little bit salty with a vinegary bite and a smidge of heat, all intertwined with a familiar, comforting umami base. It’s a simple, lush backdrop for the tender chashu pork, crisp vegetables, and aromatic spices it comes with.

Biang Biang noodle topped with chilli

Biang Biang noodle topped with chilli

Biang Biang noodles topped with chilli, $19.20 | Biang Biang Noodles | 246 Queen St
For Biang Biang’s signature dish, their wide, hand-pulled noodles are the star of the show. A staple of Shaanxi cuisine, these noodles are known for their chewy texture and ability to absorb complex flavours. They come topped witha spicy chili sauce, garlic, vinegar, and soy sauce – perfect for spice lovers!

Hello Beasty noodles

Chilli Sichuan Noodles, $39 | Hello Beasty | 95-97 Customs Street West 
These noodles come layered with mustard greens, crispy pork mince, sesame, black vinegar and roasted peanuts. It’s a contemporary take on a much-loved staple - and a perfect sharing dish for your table!


Homemade braised beef noodle soup, $21.99 | King Made Noodles | 48 Fort St 
If you’re looking for a hug in a bowl, look no further. Tender braised beef, rich, freshly made broth and customisable noodles. Specialising in authentic North West Chinese hand-pulled noodles, a trip to King Made Noodles promises a unique dining experience.

Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow, $34 | East | 63-67 Nelson St 
Char kway teow is a popular Southeast Asian stir-fried noodle dish, known for its smoky flavor, combining flat rice noodles, shiitake mushrooms, egg, garlic, and chives. This beloved staple of Malaysian and Singaporean street food culture is at East - the perfect dining destination for all things asian.

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Last updated: 17 May 2024