Review Ubi Dmq Eating House, 304 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore

Review Ubi DMQ Eating House - Singapore 304 Ubi Ave 1

“Above average dry ban mian in the neighbourhood. Penang Heng Heng ban mian is still a few notch above.” or “affordable price ,generous potion, wonderful soup and spicy fresh chili. the dry banmee is one of the best in Singapore” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Ubi Dmq Eating House. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Ubi Dmq Eating House is quality.

Introduction about Ubi Dmq Eating House

Here are some fundamental details regarding Ubi Dmq Eating House. In terms of Coffee shop, it is generally believed that Ubi Dmq Eating Houseis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 304 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Coffee shop, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 86963008 (+65 86963008)
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/DMQEatingHouse/
  • Address: 304 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore
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Detailed information of Ubi Dmq Eating House

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Operating hours

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Here are the operating hours of Ubi Dmq Eating House.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10:30 AM to 9 PM.

Sunday: Closed.

Distance

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DistanceTaxiBusMetro
11.19 km11 minute13 minute9 minute

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Phone number

You can reach Ubi Dmq Eating House at 86963008(+65 86963008). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

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Address

You can directly come to 304 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Ubi Dmq Eating House reviews

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Is Ubi Dmq Eating House good?

To determine whether Ubi Dmq Eating House is good or not, not only based on the provided information, you but also need to consider the detailed evaluations from customers who have previously experienced the service here, such as:

“Above average dry ban mian in the neighbourhood. Penang Heng Heng ban mian is still a few notch above.”

“affordable price ,generous potion, wonderful soup and spicy fresh chili. the dry banmee is one of the best in Singapore”

“Come with the soup with egg was superb when order dry noodle.The noodle was tasty and chilli was nice. Dine in best for taste but limited table.”

“Has a store that specializes in ban main. Their dry ban mian is so good and tasty. Definitely highly recommended on the list of to eats around the area. Cheap and good, what more else can you ask for?”

“The chili was good with the fish. The soup was delicious rich and I finished the whole bowl of soup. Will try the dry version next time.”

“Best Pork Ball Noodles, comes with 4 balls and really nice banmian. ”

“Always nearby here will come eat the ban mian Ordered the soup version and I like to add in their handmade chilli to the soup inside Standard still so good”

“Alway nice... like the soup.. chilli is quite nice also”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 128 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.3 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 84% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Ubi Dmq Eating House, 304 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore

There is a total 128 reviews

4.3 / 5

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    Jocelyn Yeo

    I was recommended by a friend to try out the ban mian and glad I did! I’ve tried both the dried and the soup version of the pork ban mian and both were great (my preference is for the dried version) + great value with generous serving size. For the dried version, the soup is provided on the side and there will be an egg in it.
    I’ve been there a few times for lunch and there is usually a waiting time due to the working lunch crowd. Nonetheless worth the wait and is a definite must try!

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    Helen Chua

    Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Margaret Drive
    Chicken Rice… taste just like old days. Yummy!!

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    Stervey Lim

    Not bad. Can try for the first time. Looks popular as steady stream of foodies coming in to order..

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    Hien Chee

    Love the noodles here.

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    shelly lim

    Delicious! Consistent flavour everytime i visit

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    Garion Chan

    One nice Ban Mian if you like to eat. From the pork version to chicken version. Many different type to choose from.

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    Dylan Tan

    Not your average ban mian. The meat served along with the noodles are well marinated and the meatballs are a great choice to go for.

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    Darren

    Solid ban mian for $4. Springy noodle, hearty and flavourful soup base and very generous with ingredients. The only improvement point is that the pork slices were slightly on the tough side. Kudos to the young chef for cooking so many bowls of noodles in the hot stuffy kitchen!

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    Corey Chan

    Unfortunate that they did not get their system sorted, I waited aimlessly while seeing people that came after us got their food first. Noodle was decent but not worth the waiting time, the one at Geylang is better because of this factor.

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    lip song Koh

    Comfort food …

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    Jane Kwek

    Amazing food but dirty seats and limited parking lots.

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    Wee Seng Ong

    Simple dishes, but carrying the taste of childhood!
    Dry mixed with a knife, my favorite.

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    Seowwei Yeo

    Noodles but difficult to find parking. …

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    bt lim

    Soup superb tasty. Noodle wise dry version w chilli a perfect match.

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    Kai Li

    DMQ is very popular with my colleagues. There is always a long queue during lunch and seats are very hard to come by. Rain makes it worse as a number of tables get rain splashed.

    I would recommend the special pork meatballs that have another meatball inside it. Just like an inception of pork.

    Taste wise, I find it slightly above average. Both the soup and dry versions are good. 3.5 / 5

    The soup that comes with the dry noodles have egg in it. Makes it quite thick and special.

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    Papachan Beer

    Thai food is delicious!

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    Jy

    I’m am craving for this place everyday!

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    Waterfront 99

    Ordered both the soup and dry noodles to try. Both were below average, but soup is better than dry (sweet dark sauce) in my opinion.

    Soup had a weird sticky texture, probably too much flour from the noodles which went into the soup.
    Shallots and ikan bilis were soft and soggy and doesn’t add much taste.

    Visited due to good reviews and was disappointed

    Rating Guide
    5 Star | Great Food, Worth The Price (Must Try)
    4 Star | Above Average (Worth A Try)
    3 Star | So So, Not Impressed (Can Consider)
    2 Star | Below Average (Not Recommended)
    1 Star | Bad Service or Food (Avoid)

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    TCH

    Very good Pan Mian (Mee Hoon Kueh). The broth has a very rich taste!

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    aw SAIKIT

    Delicious noodle…

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    Lawrence Chan

    Reasonable priced and tasty.

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    QQ TravelColor

    Bian mian is nice with its soup. Dry noodle is quite salty, suitable if you like strong taste

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    Jonavan Lee

    Tried their 双爆肉丸 ban mian & it was AWESOME. Love how their soup, sauces & seasoning are savoury but not too salty. Most ban mian stalls have very salty soup & noodles but not them noodles have the al dente texture to it & they are very generous with the ingredients – plenty of pork bits (bak chor) on top of the meatballs. Their chilli is also fresh & spicy This all explains their popularity & long queues. But do note the limited no. of seats here. Will be back for more

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    CHOONGUAN NEO

    Nice tasty pasta (everyone’s taste)

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    Michael Goh

    Pork ball is big. Overall not bad.