Xuan Miao Vegan - SengKang

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 6 reviews )

1 Sengkang Square, Compass One #04-11, Northeast Singapore, Singapore, 545078

炫妙 is located at stall 25 of KopiTiam Food Court since 2016. Serves handmade mee hoon kuey, ban mian, tom yam bee hoon, and dumpling soup. No garlic, onion, or egg. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-9:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Chinese, Fast food, Take-out, Singaporean

6 Reviews

First Review by LiQi

Expensive vegetarian noodles - Edit

Finally jumped on the bandwagon and tried the Xuan miao vegan noodles that have been highly raved by most. Indeed, it was overrated. Price is too high for a simple bowl of noodles served with some veggie, mushroom and Beancurd pieces. It's a really really light and healthy bowl of noodles, but doesn't justify the high price as it is too average. Maybe the only thing worth mentioning is the chilli sauce...

Pros: light and healthy, accessible at the kopitiam in compass one, paya le

Cons: overpriced

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Large portion comfort food - Edit

Tried Xuan Miao at paya lebar and loved it, therefore decided to have the food here instead of sticking to my usual fortune tree. A lovely, large, comforting bowl of dried u-mian with a large bowl of comforting vegetable soup, along with an even larger bowl of dumpling noodles for brunch. The noodles did not look like they have a lot of sauce at first glance - but upon mixing through, every single strand of noodle is covered with just the right amount of sauce to be super flavourful without being overly salty. The dumplings were filled with mock meat - mock prawn, to be exact, to recreate the taste of wonton noodles. Hence for those who are not a fan of mockmeats, you may wish to avoid this dish - but for those who are not too particular, it is definitely worth a try when you are craving for some firmer dumplings.

Pros: Comfort food, Huge portions, flavourful

Cons: Uses mock meat

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healthy and delicious - Edit

Generous portion of noodles! Love the dry noodles here as well as the dumplings! Very generous with the greens in the soup! The chilli is really good too

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great food, not the nicest staff - Edit

I had item 6 , the spicy tom yam bian men. Great noodles. Really tasty soup
Very good:

Pros: a few variations of the same dishes, but all look , really tasty

Cons: staff are a bit nasty and terse. might be because

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Good spicy Tom Yam Ban Mian - Edit

If you are looking for something spicy, the stall's Tom Yam Ban Mian is here waiting for you. It has a great fragrance of its ingredients such as Dou Gan(豆干) and the aromatic Tao Pok, mixed with the tender vegetable, it will definitely satisfy your craving and your taste buds will ask you for more in the future.

Pros: Has ample amount of ingredients, Great soup base, Aromatic ingredients

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Best ban mian eaten - Edit

Tried their dry u mian and the taste is very unique. If you are fine with garlic, remember to request for garlic oil. U will love this!

Pros: Reasonable prices , Unique taste and flavours

Cons: Not cozy as in foodcourt setting, Lack variety of food

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