Noodle Star K: Authentic Korean Cold Noodle store opens new Funan outlet

Prided as a store that sells 100% authentic Korean cuisine, Noodle Star K has opened a new outlet at Funan mall. With its original outlet at Tanjong Pagar, Noodle Star K is renowned for refreshing handmade naengmyeon (Korean cold noodles).

It’s the perfect fix for Singapore’s scorching weather!

Noodle Star K - Noodle Star K Storefront
Noodle Star K - Noodle Star K Storefront

Submerged in icy cold broth, both the Mul Naengmyeon ($16.80) and Bibim Naengmyeon (S$13.80) have recognisable greyish-brown noodles that are made from buckwheat flour and potato starch. Unlike traditional buckwheat noodles, this unique combination of ingredients gives the noodles a chewy, jelly-like texture that will keep you coming back for more.

If you’re craving something warm and comforting, Noodle Star K also offers other types of noodles, too. This includes a piping bowl of Chicken Kalguksu (S$17.80) or the go-to classic Jjajangmyeon (S$13.80).

As a seafood lover, the top dish in my “to-try” list will be the Seafood Kalguksu (S$18.80). One can enjoy a delightful mixture of seafood served with authentic knife-cut noodles in umami broth that has been simmered to perfection over several hours.

Noodle Star K - Seafood Kalguksu
Noodle Star K - Seafood Kalguksu

Aside from Noodle Star K’s wide variety of noodles, they do offer signature side dishes such as tender Korean dumplings that come with 2 filling choices – Kimchi or Gogi Mandu (S$10.80). Wrapped in a glossy layer of skin, these dumplings are generously stuffed with tangy kimchi or fresh chives and juicy minced pork.

Fun fact! Although these Korean dumplings have a similar delicate mouthfeel to Chinese dumplings, a mandu has an extra fold which gives it a circular shape.

If you would like to enjoy both fillings in one sitting, you may order a Mixed Dumpling Basket (S$12.80) for a tasty combination of Kimchi and Gogi Korean dumplings.

TLDR: Yes, Noodle Star K’s naengmyeon is the perfect fix for sunny days.

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