Noodle dishes and bowls come in all shapes and sizes. YOUYU Noodle Bar, focuses on freshly made noodles and savory broths inspired by Asian avenue food. Begin with Spicy, Miso, Tantan, Veggie or Shoyu and build upon that base with nine add-on choices that may satisfy even the pickiest and most refined palates.
Though this dish — essentially rice noodles in a meat broth — is slightly different all over the place you go, it is all the time satisfying with its aromatic, wealthy, umami broth, slick rice noodles and tender slices of beefy goodness. The bowl of Hainanese Beef Noodle (S$7) was served with a easy garnish of cilantro, beansprouts and crushed peanuts.
The bowl of Hand-pulled Noodle With Sliced Beef (S$7.80) came with copious slices of beef in a savoury, easy soup. I really went for the Shanghai-fashion fried pork buns, which are as comforting to individuals from Northern China as wonton-noodle soup is to folks from Hong Kong, and simply as elusive.