And bonus, they're all healthy AF. Slurp time.
Bun Cha, perched sneakily under the stairs on Aberdeen St, is known for serving up a mean Bun Thit Nuong (lemongrass pork on rice vermicelli, served with fresh herbs, cucumber and carrots). A Hanoi favourite and brimming with flavour, it's a fine way to spend $78.
Tossed noodles at Maureen's Hong Kong
With seasoned chef and owner Maureen Loh at the helm, these tossed noodles are something of a nirvana.
HOME: Eat to Live
Silky Safika at HOME
Kelp noodles mean when you eat this you practically lose weight. HOME's plant-based menu, full of mindful ingredients and eco-friendly packaging also remove the burden that often accompanies getting takeaway and knowing there will be piles of boxes post-feasting.
Beef pho at NoodleMi
With its selection of MSG-free, wheat-free, and gluten-free Vietnamese dishes, this hearty bowl of beef noodle soup means no one has to miss out.
Mushroom noodles from Sohofama
Mushrooms give a 'meaty' texture and flavour to this healthy bowl of delicious. With the present worldwide emphasis on healthy living, Sohofama do a great job in combining said nutrition with Shanghainese cuisine.
Mushroom linguine from Grassroots Pantry
Sometimes, only a creamy mushroom pasta will do. Peggy Chan and the Grassroots team have a knack for making you forget you're not eating meat with their clever ability to utilise plant based ingredients that sacrifice neither flavour nor texture.