Noodles, The World’s Go-To Comfort Food

Treat yourself to a plethora of noodle dishes available at The Shang
Watami tonkotsu chasu ramen

Whether it’s to celebrate a milestone or cap off a busy Friday, there’s something about noodles that gives one a sense of nostalgia, warmth, and comfort. From the noodle soups in Asia, to the savory pastas in Europe, noodles are considered staples on every dinner table, too.

Noodles are easy to prepare and can be customized to taste in a variety of ways, making it a favorite among many cultures across the globe. Every cuisine, and perhaps, every household, is likely to have its own specialty noodles dish—with a twist—giving it a unique flavor of its own. 

Craving for pasta or in need of a comforting bowl of ramen? Visit the Shang and treat yourself to the best recommended noodles dishes from our top restaurants. Or better yet, stay at home and have these delivered to your doorstep!


BANANA LEAF: Penang Char Kuey Teow

Considered a national favorite in Malaysia, the Penang Char Kuey Teow is also popular across Southeast Asia. Its name, ‘char’, which means ‘stir-fried’ in Hokkien, and ‘kway teow’, which means ‘flat rice noodles’ reveals the main components of the dish. 

Shrimps, bloody cockles, Chinese  lap cheong, eggs, bean sprouts, and chives are thrown into the mix, and stir fried in flavorful soy sauce. 

Visit Banana Leaf at Level 6, Main Wing

A photo of Banana Leaf's Penang Char Kway Teow dish


SWEET INSPIRATION: Seafood Pasta and Bihon Canton Mix

A no fuss, no frills, straightforward dish, this oil-based Seafood Pasta has generous servings of squid and shrimp, making for a light and hearty, delicious comfort meal. 

A true Filipino favorite, the Bihon Canton Mix, can be made from either ‘pancit canton’ or ‘flour noodles’, or ‘pancit bihon’ or ‘rice noodles’. Traditionally served at celebratory meals, this is often eaten at mealtimes; but on regular days, this can be enjoyed as ‘merienda’ or an in-between meal, too.

Visit Sweet Inspiration at Level 5, Main Wing

Sweet Inspiration's bihon canton mix


KIMONO KEN: Uni Spaghetti and Yakiudon

A familiar dish prepared the Japanese way, Kimono Ken’s Uni Spaghetti consists of sautéed sea urchin with butter sauce served on spaghetti noodles—an all-time favorite.

A staple Japanese stir fry noodle dish, Yakiudon consists of thick, smooth, white udon noodles with meat and vegetables, all mixed in Kimono Ken’s signature yakisoba sauce.

Visit Kimono Ken at Lower Ground Level, Main Wing

A flatlay photo of Kimono Ken's speacial yakiudon


IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN: Tonkotsu, Miso Tonkotsu, Black Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen, and Tantan Tonkotsu

A specialty dish from Fukuoka, tonkatsu ramen refers to Japanese broth that’s made tasty from boiling pork marrow for several hours. Rich and flavorful, tonkotsu ramen can be served in a variety of ways.

Ajitama Tonkotsu is your staple tonkotsu, made better with a special half boiled egg that’s fully marinated with signature pork bone broth soup

Miso Tonkotsu is made of miso tonkotsu soup and thin ramen noodles, topped with roast pork chashu slice, fresh wood ear mushrooms slices, and spring onions; while the Black Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen is an enhanced version with the addition of black roasted garlic oil.

Tantan Tonkotsu brings in zesty flavors into the mix, with minced pork and special shoyu sauce, sesame and chilli oil. 

Visit Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen at Level 5, East Wing

Ikkoryu ajitama tonkotsu ramen


ITALLIANI’S: Spaghetti Vongole and Seafood Cioppino

Spaghetti Vongole or spaghetti alle vongole literally means ‘spaghetti with clams’ in Italian. Made with deliciously inviting ingredients, this pasta includes fresh clams with olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, white wine, and topped with chili flakes. 

Perfect for slow evenings or winding down at night, the Seafood Cioppino includes a generous serving of mussels, shrimps, clams, and calamari, flavored with chili flakes and marinara.

Visit Italliani’s at Level 6, East Wing

A photo of Italiaani's spagheti vongole

SBARRO: Spaghetti With Meat Sauce

If you crave spaghetti that’s familiar and one that feels like home, this one hits the spot. Sbarro’s bestselling Spaghetti With Meat Sauce is made with red pasta sauce and served with hot, delicious garlic bread.

Visit Sbarro at Lower Ground Level, Main Wing

Sbarro's spaghetti with meat sauce

SUMOSAM: Japanese Carbonara

Your regular carbonara turns Japanese: The Japanese Carbonara consists of mentaiko pasta, flavored with miso and dashi. Its creamy sauce is topped with ikura together with bacon strips and juicy mushroom.

Visit SumoSam at Level 6, Main Wing

Sumosams japanese carbonara


WATAMI: Spicy Miso Ramen and Tonkatsu Chasu Ramen

For rainy days or whenever you need extra warmth, the Spicy Miso Ramen can keep you company. Made flavorful with ginger, garlic, chili, miso, and more, indulge in its long-simmered broth with peanut butter and chili bean paste. 

From the word ‘cha su’ which means ‘grilled or fried pork’, the Tonkatsu Chasu Ramen levels up your regular bowl with flavor-filled meat.

Visit Watami at Level 6, East Wing

Watami spicy miso ramen


Known as Vietnam’s national dish, Pho is Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, ‘bánh phở’ or ‘rice noodles’, simple herbs and vegetables, and meat. The end result is light and comforting, and easy on the tummy.

Visit Pho Hoa at Level 6, Main Wing

A photo of Banana Leaf's Penang Char Kway Teow dish

A photo of Banana Leaf's Penang Char Kway Teow dish

Sweet Inspiration's bihon canton mix

sweet inspiration oil based seafood pasta

A flatlay photo of Kimono Ken's speacial yakiudon

Kimono Ken's Yakisoba

Kimono Ken's Uni Spaghetti

Ikkoryu miso tonkotsu ramen

Ikkoryu tantan tonkotsu ramen

Ikkoryu black garlic tonkotsu ramen

Ikkoryu ajitama tonkotsu ramen

A photo of Italianni's seafood cioppino

A photo of Italiaani's spagheti vongole

Sbarro's spaghetti with meat sauce

Sumosams japanese carbonara

Watami tonkotsu chasu ramen

Watami spicy miso ramen

Pho hoa pad thai

Pho hoa vietnamese pho