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Zok Noodle House at Raffles City

Zok Noodle House at Raffles City serves dishes typically found in casual diners in Hong Kong and Macau. The signature dish is Fresh Prawn Wanton Noodle but dim sum, curry noodles and chicken chop rice are among the items on its menu.

Zok Noodle House

New Zok Noodle House in Singapore

Established in 2011 in Malaysia by four friends, Zok Noodle House aims to serve dishes prepared with the best available ingredients to deliver a genuine taste of “Zok” (excellence in Cantonese). They now have many outlets in Malaysia including restaurants in Puchong Jaya, Genting Highland, Mid Valley, Sunway Pyramid, Bukit Jalil Pavilion and KL Pavilion. Their first outlet in Singapore is in the basement of Raffles City, just next to Tori Sanwa.

Zok Noodle House

The casual diner has interior decor that is simple and functional. There are booth seats and a few bid round tables that can accommodate mid-sized groups and families.

Menu of Zok Noodle House

Zok Noodle House serves Signature Fresh Prawn Wanton Noodle, Dim Sum, Portuguese Tarts and various noodle and rice dishes. Among their top recommendations are Milky Soup Pork Noodles, King Prawn Curry Noodles, Salted Egg Chicken Chop Rice, Signature Barbecue Pork and Pork Belly Noodles with Wine.

Zok Noodle House

There is also a special item exclusive to the Singapore outlet at Raffles City – Signature Zok Guìfēi Soup Wonton Noodles.


Below are pictures of a few random pages of the Menu of Zok Noodle House. The full menu can be viewed online.

Wanton Noodles

We chanced upon Zok Noodle House while wandering around in the basement of Raffles City Mall. Not familiar with the menu and not sure what to expect, we did the unimaginative thing. We simply opted for the Signature Fresh Prawn Wanton Noodle Soup Version ($10.90) and the safe BBQ Pork Wanton Noodle Dry Version ($10.50). We also had hot coffee ($3.50).

Tender egg noodles, flavourful broth and succulent prawn wantons all in one bowl – Noodle House’s Signature Fresh Prawn Wanton Noodle Soup did not disappoint. The noodles were not too soft and not too firm. The plumb fresh prawn dumplings had nice soft slippery skins and tasty fillings.

In the menu of Zok, “Wanton Noodle” means the thin and springy egg noodles (and not noodles with wanton dumplings). So BBQ Pork Wanton Noodle means the springy egg noodles with BBQ Pork only. Zok’s dry version of BBQ Pork Wanton Noodle was a simple but delightful dish. The Malaysian-style char siew had a mix of succulent meat and some fats. The egg noodles were cooked just right to deliver a good balance between softness and springiness. The slightly sweet sauce had a blend of subtle flavours, which complemented the char siew and noodles.

Malaysian Take on HK Food

Zok Noodle House is like a Malaysian take on the Hong Kong cha charn teng, such as 翠華 Tsui Wah. Diners can get Hong Kong-style milk tea, wanton noodles and other simple yet satisfying food. You will be paying Singapore prices but on the whole the items are all affordably priced.

Ratings:
Food: 3
Service: 3
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

    
    

Zok Noodle House
#B1-76 Raffles City, 252 North Bridge Road
Singapore 179103

Tel: +65 6322 4391

Opening Hours: 11 am – 9pm

Nearby MRT Stations: City Hall(EW13 NS25), Bras Basah(CC2), Esplanade(CC3)

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