20 Best Instant Noodles In Singapore Including Kiki Scallion Noodles, Mala Oden & Guo Ba Fen

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When those late-night supper cravings hit, instant noodles have always been there for us. Easy to put together, wallet-friendly and addictively delicious, what is there not to love?

Over the years, the instant noodle scene has grown drastically and we are constantly seeing new brands and variations of this popular instant snack enter the market. Forming a wide spectrum with cheap, classic options such as Indomie Mi Goreng to more fancy variations like Hai Chi Jia Guo Ba Fen, the choices are endless.

Want to try something new but don’t know where to start? Here are the 20 best instant noodles in Singapore you can give a shot the next time you need to stock up your pantry.


Read: 10 best spicy instant noodles in Singapore that will set your senses on fire.


A1 ABALONE NOODLE RESIZED

A1 ABALONE INSTANT NOODLE 

A1 Abalone Noodle features chewy noodles that come paired with a very rich, herbal flavour broth. What makes it stand out from the rest of its instant noodle contenders are the two pieces of abalone that they include in each packet.

Price: S$4.30 (1packet)

Snag a few packs of the A1 Abalone Instant Noodles online from Giant and Cold Storage.

Mala Oden Guan Dong Zhu

MALA ODEN

Another recent addition to the instant noodle market in Singapore is the Hei Ren Bu Luo Mala Oden. Similar to a Japanese oden that comes with a variety of fishcakes, The Hei Ren Bu Luo Mala Oden replaces the usual sweet oden soup with a tongue-burning mala broth for a spicy remix. Each cup comes with sweet potato noodles, dried vegetables and a generous serving of fishcake.

Price: S$46.90 (1 carton, 12 cups), S$89.90 (2 cartons, 24 cups)

Update your snack stash with the Hei Ren Bu Luo Mala Oden from Snacksdelivery.sg.

Read our review of the Mala Oden here.

Mushroom Oden Non-spicy

MUSHROOM ODEN

For those of you who do not take spicy food, this new Mushroom Oden is a good alternative to our bestselling Mala Oden.

It is a cup chockfull of goodness. Each cup comes with a portion of sweet potato noodles (or what we Chinese know as tang hoon), dried veggies and a generous mix of fishcake. The savoury soup smells a bit like peppercorn, but it is neither spicy nor numbing.

Price: S$46.90 (1 carton, 12 cups), S$89.90 (2 cartons, 24 cups)

You can get the mushroom oden from Snacksdelivery.sg.

INDOMIE MI GORENG

INDOMIE MI GORENG INSTANT NOODLES 

It would be a crime to leave out this classic from our list. Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodles is one of the OG instant noodles in Singapore and is an essential kitchen staple for many households. Sweet, spicy and savoury all at once, it’s easy to see why this dry-style instant noodle has been popular for so many years.

Indomie is the best thing ever!

Price: S$2 – S$2.10 (Bundle of 5)

Stock up and get your Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodles from NTUC Fairprice and Cold Storage.

HAI CHI JIA GUO BA FEN

HAI CHI JIA GUO BA FEN

A recent addition to the instant food market is Hai Chi Jia Guo Ba Fen, which is essentially fiery goodness in a cup. It features sweet potato noodles and crispy rice soaked in a spicy peppercorn soup base. It is very different from your usual instant noodle ensemble but trust us when we say that it is worth a try!

Price: S$19.90 (1 carton with 6 boxes), S$58.80 (3 cartons, 18 boxes + free courier)

Spice up your life and order these popular instant noodles online from Snacksdelivery.sg.

Read our review of Hai Chi Jia’s Guo Ba Fen here.

ICHIRAN HAKATA-STYLE STRAIGHT THIN INSTANT NOODLESPhoto Credit: Shopee, sgluxex

ICHIRAN RAMEN HAKATA-STYLE STRAIGHT THIN NOODLE SET 

Can’t hop on a plane to Japan? Get the experience right from the comfort of your home with their instant ramen. Slurp up the classic Hakata-style noodles that are doused in Ichiran’s tonkatsu-based broth.

Price: S$26.90 (2 servings) – S$43.20 (5 servings)

Hurry and get a few packets of these instant noodles from Shopee.

Hua Jia Fen HaI Chi Jia

HAI CHI JIA HUA JIA FEN 

Another instant noodle snack that packs a mighty punch is Hai Chi Jia Hua Jia Fen. This popular snack from China has been making waves in the instant food market and has been a massive hit, especially with people who get a kick out of eating spicy food. Each bowl comes with real lala clams, potato noodles, enoki mushrooms and vegetables that are drenched in a numbingly-good hot soup.

Price: S$19.90 (1 carton with 6 boxes), S$58.80 (3 cartons, 18 boxes + free courier)

Spicy food lovers can buy this popular instant noodles online from Snacksdelivery.sg.

Read our review of Hai Chi Jia’s Hua Jia Fen here.

TTL CHINESE WINE INSTANT NOODLESPhoto Credit: Shopee, s3beauty.sg

TTL WINE CHICKEN TAIWAN INSTANT NOODLES

If your secret instant noodle hack was to add a dash (or splash) of hua tiao jiu, the TTL wine chicken Taiwan Instant Noodleswere designed for you. The soup contains a unique hua tiao jiu flavour as well as real chicken chunks that really enhances the entire instant noodle experience.

Price: S$20.90 (bundle of 3)

You can get these popular Taiwanese hua tiao jiu instant noodles online on Lazada.

KOKA STIR-FRY ORIGINAL INSTANT NOODLE

KOKA SIGNATURE STIR-FRY ORIGINAL INSTANT NOODLES 

If you aren’t feeling soup-based noodles and prefer something that you can whip up dry-style, you should try Koka’s Signature Stir-Fry Original Instant Noodles. The seasoning is packed full of bold flavours that hit all the right spots. The best part is that these noodles are Halal-certified and do not contain any MSG, preservatives and artificial colourings, so you can feel less guilty about eating them

Price: S$2.30 – S$2.60 (Bundle of 5)

Update your stash and get these instant noodles online or instore from NTUC Fairprice, Cold Storage and Giant.

kiki scallion noodles

Photo Credit: Kiki Singapore 

KIKI SCALLION NOODLES 

Up your instant noodle game with Kiki Scallion Noodles. Instead of your usual instant noodles, they use springy handmade noodles that go well with their special scallion sauce which is known for being very fragrant.

Price: S$18.90 (Bundle of 5)

Get yourself a pack of these noodles from Buzz. You can also get these instant noodles online from Lazada.

LAOMA HANDMADE NOODLES

LAOMA HANDMADE NOODLES

Another instant noodle brand that uses handmade noodles is Laoma Handmade Noodles. Their noodles are flat, thick and very chewy. These taste amazing when tossed together with the accompanying sauce which is sour, spicy and tangy all at once.

Price: S$8.50 (Bundle of 4)

Try it for yourself and get a pack (or two) of these popular instant noodles online from Lazada.

MAMA INSTANT NOODLES TOM YUM SHRIMPPhoto Credit: NTUC Fairprice 

MAMA TOM YUM SHRIMP INSTANT NOODLE  

If you’ve been craving for some Thai flavours, Mama Tom Yum Shrimp Instant Noodles will be able to help you with that. It features a full-bodied tom yum soup that is packed with plenty of spice and flavour. To jazz it up, we recommend adding a few pieces of prawns.

Price: S$3.85 – S$3.95 (Bundle of 5)

Refill your shelves and get a pack of this instant noodles from Cold Storage and NTUC Fairprice.

MARUTAI HAKATA TONKOTSU NOODLEPhoto Credit: Redmart 

MARUTAI HAKATA SOY SAUCE TONKOTSU NOODLE 

For instant noodles that are similar to a bowl of ramen, get Marutai’s Hakata Tonkotsu Noodle. These noodles are directly imported from Japan and have a lovely, chewy texture that goes well with the broth that is chock full of umami-rich pork marrow broth.

Price: S$5.15 (2 servings)

Order yourself some of these ramen-like instant noodles online from Amazon.sg.

MYOJO THAI TOM YUM

MYOJO THAI TOM YUM INSTANT NOODLE 

Another popular tom yum instant noodle to try is Myojo’s Thai Tom Yum Instant Noodle. These Halal-certified instant noodles are great for anyone who is craving for something that is zesty and full of spice.

Price: S$2.25 – S$2.35

Bring home a pack of these instant noodles from Giant, Cold Storage and NTUC Fairprice.

NISSIN RAMEN HOKKAIDO MISO

NISSIN HOKKAIDO MISO INSTANT JAPANESE RAMEN 

If you’ve been missing Hokkaido and their delicious ramen, get a quick fix with Nissin’s Hokkaido Miso Instant Japanese Ramen. The creamy, slurp-worthy soup goes well with the provided noodles and tastes very similar to the real deal.

Price: S$2.40 (bowl), S$3.85 (bundle of 5)

Lug home a few bowls of these instant noodles from Cold Storage and NTUC Fairprice.

NONGSHIM SHIN KIMCHI RAMYUN INSTANT NOODLEPhoto Credit: NTUC Fairprice 

NONGSHIM SHIN KIMCHI RAMYUN INSTANT NOODLE 

Possibly our favourite Korean instant noodles, Nongshim’s famous Shin Kimchi Ramyun Instant Noodles is a must when we eat Korean Army Stew. The noodles here are thicker than your usual instant noodles and have plenty of bite. They are also Halal-certified so our Muslim friends can enjoy them too.

Price: S$1.35 – S$1.45 (cup), S$1.60 – S$1.65 (big bowl), S$4.35 – S$4.45 (bundle of 5)

Get your Korean instant noodle fix from Cold Storage, Giant and NTUC Fairprice.

OTTOGI CHEESE RAMEN

OTTOGI — CHEESE RAMEN 

Cheese lovers will definitely be thrilled with Ottogi’s Cheese Ramen. Each pack of instant noodles comes with 3 sachets for the soup, dehydrated vegetable mix and cheese powder. Cook the noodles and soup first and when you’re done, sprinkle the cheese powder over it to complete the dish.

Price: S$4.30 – S$4.90 (bundle of 4)

Get your share of their cheese instant ramen online or instore from NTUC Fairprice and Cold Storage.

PRIMA TASTE SINGAPORE LAKSA LA MIAN

PRIMA TASTE SINGAPORE LAKSA LA MIAN 

When regular instant noodles don’t excite you anymore and you’re hankering for something more premium, get Prima Taste’s Halal-certified Singapore Laksa La Mian. Their instant noodles taste as good as an authentic bowl of Singapore Laksa and the gravy is creamy with a rich coconut flavour. They also use steamed air-dried premium noodles which has the same texture as traditional hand-pulled noodles.

Price: S$10.95 (bundle of 4)

Get these atas instant noodles from Cold Storage, Giant and NTUC Fairprice.

SAMYANG HOT CHICKEN FLAVOR RAMEN

SAMYANG HOT CHICKEN INSTANT RAMEN (STEW TYPE) 

For those of you who want to test your heat tolerance, try Samyang’s Hot Chicken Instant Ramen. Using classic Korean Ramen which is thicker and chewier, the noodles greedily soak up all the spice from the gravy and ensure you of a mouth-tingling experience.

Price: S$7.50 (bundle of 5)

Whisk these instant noodles off the shelves of NTUC Fairprice and Giant.

TSENG NOODLES SCALLION WITH SICHUAN PEPPER FLAVORPhoto Credit: Amazon.com

TSENG NOODLES SCALLION WITH SICHUAN PEPPER FLAVOUR 

Another popular Taiwanese instant noodles you can find in Singapore is Tseng Noodles Scallion.

All their noodles are handmade and sun-dried, resulting in a chewy texture that is very addictive. The sauce itself has a sweet and savoury taste that helps to elevate the noodles.

Price: S$16.20 (bundle of 4)

These Taiwanese instant noodles are available online on Lazada.