Nuodle – Lanzhou Beef Noodles in Singapore

Nuodle, a great place to enjoy Lanzhou Beef Noodles in Singapore, has three locations available, including one within Compass One shopping center (1 Sengkang Square).

The restaurant chain, originating from Lanzhou, China, and with more than 30 outlets worldwide, serves the finest Xi’an cuisine and hand pulled noodle dishes.

Heritage for the Lanzhou noodles goes back 2,200 years and to the Qin dynasty in Northwest region of China, a dynasty that unified ancient China and shaped the country’s early history – also creating a special dish, one comprised of beef and noodles made from wheat flour.

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Today’s Lanzhou noodles still maintain the same appearance and flavors as they did during Qin dynasty times, noodles with a distinct taste and exemplary quality made with heritage techniques of kneading, folding, and pulling wheat flour.

At Noudle, all of these traditions are alive and well, some of which you can witness through the restaurant’s open window to the kitchen, where the ancient process of master noodle-making plays out in a modern setting.

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Signature Sauced Beef La Mian (includes 1 braised egg & 50g sauced sliced beef).

Then, you get to enjoy experience history in the making with a unique bowl of beef and noodles in meticulously brewed clear broth, made with beef, beef stick bones, beef liver, clean white turnips, brilliant red chili oil, green cilantro, and a blend of traditional Chinese spices.

Highlights in the restaurant menu include, for example, Signature Sauced Beef La Mian, Sauerkraut Beef La Mian, Seafood La Mian, Beef Ball Soup, Chicken Bean Paste La Mian, Beef Pancake (side), as well as Fried Dumplings (side).

Beef Pancakes - Nuodle.

Beef Pancakes / Green Onion Pancakes (layered pastry roasted to golden brown perfection and filled with beef or marinated green onion).

For the noodle meal, you can also choose your preferred noodle thickness (applicable to most of the menu choices): thin, normal, thick, flat, or leek leaves.

Nuodle Locations & Opening Hours – Lanzhou Beef Noodles in Singapore

Compass One
1 Sengkang Square, #01-36, Compass One
Singapore 528523
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm

SingPost Centre
10 Eunos Road 8, #B1-128/129, SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm

Tampines (Flagship)
1 Tampines Walk, #01-101, Our Tampines Hub
Singapore 528523
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm

To learn more about Nuodle and their range of Lanzhou Beef Noodles in Singapore, you can follow the official social media channels, including Facebook at

There is also an official Instagram page at that is updated with details about menu changes, promotional offers, events, and more.

What Are Lanzhou Noodles?

Lanzhou noodles, also known as Lanzhou lamian, are a type of Chinese noodle that originated in the city of Lanzhou in the Gansu province of northwestern China. These noodles are a popular and iconic dish in Chinese cuisine, known for their unique preparation and long history.

Key Characteristics of Lanzhou Noodles

  1. Hand-pulled: One of the distinguishing features of Lanzhou noodles is that they are hand-pulled. Skilled noodle makers use a specific technique to stretch and pull the dough into long, thin strands. This traditional method requires considerable skill and is often done right in front of the customers to showcase the craftsmanship.
  2. Wheat-based dough: The noodles are made from wheat flour dough, which gives them a chewy texture. The quality of the flour and the skill in pulling and stretching the dough contribute to the final texture of the noodles.
  3. Clear broth: Lanzhou noodles are typically served in a clear broth made from beef or lamb bones. The broth is seasoned with various spices, including garlic, ginger, and a blend of Chinese herbs. The broth is an essential part of the dish, providing depth of flavor to complement the noodles.
  4. Toppings: The noodles are often topped with thinly sliced meat, such as beef or lamb, as well as green onions, cilantro, and sometimes other garnishes like radishes or bean sprouts.
  5. Condiments: Diners are often provided with condiments on the side, such as soy sauce, vinegar, and chili oil. This allows each person to customize the flavor according to their preferences.

Lanzhou noodles are considered a classic and beloved dish in China, and they have gained popularity internationally as well. Due to the artistry involved in making the noodles and the rich flavors of the broth, Lanzhou noodles are often considered a symbol of Chinese culinary craftsmanship.