05:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
05:30 - 21:30
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PGFN since 1982 has been a popular stall for Mee Pork 肉脞麵 aka Bak Chor Mee aka Minced Pork noodles in Singapore with branches at various food centres in public housing estates. The dish is of Chaoshan origin and commonly served tossed in a sauce with fish balls etc on top and a cup of soup on the side. There are different varieties of noodles, varying on thickness and width to be chosen. There are also 3 sizes ranging from $3.5 to 5.5 depending on how hungry you are. Lard and dried shallot are important ingredients in the dish. continue reading
PGFN refers to Pandan Gardens Fishball Noodles. It was founded on 1st March 1982 by a couple, Mr and Mrs Seow. Till now, the business has gone through 3 generations of the customer at their original coffeeshop at Pandan Gardens. If you do not know, PGFN is serving Laksa as well as Fishball Noodles at one of the corners in the coffee shop and they have a few branches throughout the years. To name it, their Flag Ship stall is actually located in Keat Hong CC, operating 24 hours since 15th April 2017 with a casual and affordable air-conditioned environment. Other branches are located in Punggol and Bukit Batok West.Signature Fishball Minced Meat Noodles come with a mixture of fish dumpling, minced meat, slices of fish cake and fishball. Comparing this Signature Fishball Minced Meat Noodle to the popular chains of fishball noodles thatI had, the taste cannot get any worse. It's still packed with a full of Asian taste, or rather a staple dish that we normally seen here in Singapore.We preferred to explore something more than just fishball noodles and had the mushroom minced meat noodle. Mushrooms were well braised and definitely the meatballs together with minced meat sums up an average bowl of noodle.The taste was inviting, nothing to complain about.Fish cakes were our side orders and really complemented well with our bowls of noodles.Personally, I find that the standard of fishball noodle won't lose out to any popular fishball noodles franchises/branches/chains in Singapore. continue reading