Feng Food: Authentic Knife-Shaved Noodles & Hakka-Style Dishes In NorthPoint City

The opening of Northpoint City means that those of you who live in Yishun now have a supermall filled with dozens of eateries.

Whether you’ve got the cravings for Japanese, Western or Indian cuisine, there’s a wide selection available. After trying some of the Chinese restaurants in this mall, my favourite has to be Feng Food. 

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Down at the South Wing, this restaurant serves Chinese cuisine authentic enough to impress my distant relatives in China. Although there were a few fusion dishes, such as the Feng Food Kimchi and Deep Fried Tempura, a good 90% of the menu is strictly Chinese.

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The restaurant’s decor looked like could be part of a Chinese Kung Fu movie set, with the traditional Chinese roof tiles and the brick walls. It had a quaint vintage charm to it that I liked. I spent a good amount of time taking some fake travel shots!

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We started off with a delectable plate of Hakka Style Deep Fried Chicken (S$6.80). These crispy chicken chunks would be the perfect snack for when the munchies hit.

I like that the batter coating wasn’t the least bit oily, and had a nice thickness that gave the chicken a good crunchy texture.

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The chicken was also cut into good bite-sized chunks. The seasoning on the chicken was savoury with a tinge of peppery heat, and I gobbled them down as easily as popcorn!

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I’ve had some bad experience with Hakka-style food but the first dish put up a really convincing argument. So, I decided to order a bowl of Hakka Style Braised Meat Rice (S$8.50).

And boy, I was glad I did! Topped with a generous helping of diced pork belly along with a braised soy sauce egg and cucumber slices, the sweet fragrance of the dark sauce only added even more flavour to this yummy bowl.

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Although portions were rather small, I’m glad it was big in flavour — each slice of pork belly had a nice layer of fat and was super tender, with the sweet marinade seeping through the entire piece.

However, I would have preferred more sauce to be poured over the rice as it was a little dry.

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We then got a little spicy with the next dish: Chilli Sauce Noodles With Shrimps & Pork Wontons (S$9.80). We could switch to dao xiao mian (knife-shaved noodles) but we chose to stick with normal noodles for this dish.

The noodles came with five sizable pieces of wanton, garnished with a mix of chopped chilli and spring onions.

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The wanton filing was an even mix of minced meat and prawn chunks. The chilli sauce accentuated the mellow flavours of the wanton, pairing sweet and savoury flavours with a sharp spicy taste.

I also liked that the spice in the sauce wasn’t too overwhelming. If you’re looking for some Chinese food that’ll tingle your taste buds, I highly recommend you try this dish.

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I also tried out the Noodles With Specialty Marinated Pork Chop Soup (S$10.80). This turned out to be my favourite dish!

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We opted for dao xiao mian for this dish for just an additional S$1! I noticed that the thickness of the noodles was consistent, which can mean two things: either the chef is an expert, or a machine was used.

Regardless of the method used, the noodles were really smooth yet firm without the slightest trace of starchiness.

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Aside from its amazing portions, the pork chop slices tasted pretty good as well. The marinade was light yet flavourful and went well with the juicy pork meat.

For a little over S$10, you’ll get a hearty bowl of noodles and a large slab of pork chop. If you’re looking to get more bang for your buck, then this dish is perfect.


You’ll definitely be spoilt for choice at Northpoint City, but if you’re looking for affordable and absolutely tasty Chinese cuisine, you might want to add Feng Food to the list.

The food here is rather authentic, so try bringing your ah ma and ah gong to Feng Food and let them be the judges. I assure you, they’ll love it!

Expected Damage: S$8 – S$12 per pax

Feng Food

930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-156 Northpoint City, South Wing, Singapore 769098

Feng Food

930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-156 Northpoint City, South Wing, Singapore 769098

Telephone: +65 64818556
Operating Hours: 11.30am - 9.30pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 64818556

Operating Hours: 11.30am - 9.30pm (Daily)

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