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Telephone
9689 4143
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon - Tue
Closed
Wed
08:00 - 14:00
Thu
Closed
Fri - Sun
08:00 - 14:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Fishball Noodles
Review (6)
Level4 2013-11-23
138 views
Back to back, I came to eat their Soupy Fishball in the morning. As usual, the snaking queue formed in front of the stall. All age-ranged and races were longing for unique handmade Fishball. My colleague went to the queue while I was sitting to reserve our seats, I noticed the orders were never-ending, seriously! We waited for around 20 minutes due to the slow service.Frankly speaking, I would not scarify my time for it. No doubt the fishballs were really springy and fresh, but I cannot accept such arrogant business strategy as they only opened for 3 or 4 days in a week. Soup was decent and Kway Teow was all right. The cost for this was same with dried version, $3.00. continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-09
54 views
I always wanted to try the noodles from this stall but I give up when I saw the long queue. This store is aways frequented by lots of people and when I saw those patrons taking the noodles, the noodles seems delicious.My chance came when I visited the place at a weekday, when I saw the queue is short. I order a bowl of "mee poh". The helper and the owner was very fast in serving up the noodles. It was top with chili and tomato sauce which makes the dish a bit of hot and sweet taste.The fishball was spongy which I heard was hand made by the owners. It all goes well until I was going to finish the noodles, it tasted a bit saltish. Overall is Ok for the noodles texture and taste. Worth queueing for the noodles. continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-30
45 views
The queue at Chao Zhou Fishball Noodle is never ending. Chao Zhou Fishball Noodle started in 1968 and is managed by a old couple. It only opens for 4 days! I mean which hawker stall can do that! Their noodles are very springy with a good proportion of chilli and ketchup sauce which gives the noodles a well balanced flavour of sweet and savoury.The most important part of this dish, for $2.50 you get 5 golf ball size fishballs. Thats almost a rip off. These fishballs tasted very fresh and it was bouncy and juicy. The fish balls taste very 'natural' and not 'factory-made'. Also they are huge and very 'QQ'.I'm not a big fan of cooked fish balls but I would definitely queue and wait for the fishballs as these are the best i have tried so far. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-09
85 views
My friend who stayed at Toa Payoh introduced me this famous chao zhou fishball noodles. I am actually not a fishball fans, but i got to say that the noodles sold by this stall definitely worth a try. The proportions of chillies and ketchups sauce are well balanced, and mixed well with the springy noodles. Well, their fishballs to, are very fresh, juicy and springy. and the price is very reasonable. continue reading
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Level4 2011-09-21
33 views
This stall always has a long queue every seconds of the day,whether sun or rain as i used to stay in the flat opposite this stall and i still go to the flat even on a weekday now as my parents still live there and never once there's no queue and they operate only a few hours in the morning.The fishballs here are so soft and tasty that even if i'm to order a normal bowl of fishballs noodles soup at $2.50,i will still add $1 for 3 extra fishballs.The soup here is equally tasty and no wonder i can sometimes queue for 45 mintues on a weekends as well as many other people. continue reading
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