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Fishball Noodle
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Level4 2014-12-13
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mee pok fishball noodles $3: There's usually a queue at this stall. Curious about the hype, I decided to try it out and indeed, it was a satisfying bowl of fishball noodles. The fishballs were bouncy, soft, and did taste like they were handmade. The noodles were well-cooked and the chilli complemented the noodles well. The noodles also had that springy texture and was able to hold the sauces well. I also loved the fishcakes! This is certainly worth a try continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-14
34 views
On weekends, this stall has a queue about 8 - 10 people deep, which may take 15 minutes for you to wait to get your order.As it was a weekday, I chanced a short queue at this stall and I quickly seized the opportunity to get my food.I ordered the dry Mee Pok (Thin yellow noodles) with chilli. It came with a bowl of soup with 3 fishballs and several slices of fish cake.The noodles were al dente and was tasty with the chilli, fried shallots and pork lard. The fish balls are slightly bigger than normal and irregularly shaped, indiating that they are made by hand and not machine-made. The fishballs had a good bite to it and were not bad.The owner was also invited to suport Singapore Day overseas, where a big carnival is held overseas in a big city like London/ Melbourne to allow overseas Singaporeans to come together, network and celebrate their Singapore roots. at the carnival, skits and food are provided, allowing Singaporeans living overseas to reminise the food from Singapore that they miss eating.They also have a stall at Redhill Hawker Centre that is run by the stall owners daughter and son-in-law.Try it! continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-03
33 views
They have moved to Old Airport Road hawker centre, curious at the long queue when i pass by the stall, decide to queue up, i taste the mee pok (very Q, old school taste), their soup with handmade fishball and fishcake taste really nice. One of nice fishball noodles stall, they sold out by 2pm, so if you want to go eat, be prepared to go early and queue for it, it is worth to queue for it as indeed tasty. Love it as freshest ingredients are used. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-22
23 views
There was a really long queue when i went for lunch on a week day.I joined in the queue and waited for about 25 minutes to order and to get my bowl of noodle. A serving of mee pok with a bowl of fishballs and fishcake soup is $3.50. The mee pok has got an amazingly springy texture and tasted absolutely delicious when tossed it well with the chilli. The fishballs have got a noticeably bouncy texture and tasted really fish. The star is no doubt the fishcake. I added $1 for an extra piece of fishcake. They are supposed to be famous for the dry version of noodle with the specially made chilli. Apparently, the chilli tasted decent but not particularly outstanding.I happened to share the table with one of their regular customers. This friendly auntie started sharing stories of the owner and their noodle. She told me that the elder brother of the owner has another stall over at Ghim Moh Food Centre with equally long queue. The bad news is this food centre is currently closed for renovation but the good news is the daughter and son-in-law of this particular stall has a stall at Old Airport Road Food Centre sharing the same name. continue reading
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There was quite a long queue at this stall, I had some time, so decided to queue for fishball noodles. I queued for almost half an hour before I got my bowl of noodles. As I was queueing, I realised the uncle prepared each bowl of noodles very meticulously, ensuring the right amount of ingredients were included in and using a pair of chopsticks to mix the noodles! That was the reason why the queue was so long! It was not bad a bowl of noodles. The ingredients were basic but the noodles were still a little tough. The fishcakes and fishballs were flavourful. continue reading
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