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Known for its handmade fishballs, Song Kee Fishball Noodles sees droves of customers queuing up for its noodles. continue reading
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Level4 2016-03-15
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See pictures @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2015/06/song-kee-fishball-noodle.htmlWe had supper at 10 pm on a Tuesday night, which timing was neither here nor there, so we didn't think we'd have to wait very long. Wow were we wrong. Although the coffeeshop was only at a 80% capacity, our noodles still took about 40-excruciating minutes to arrive. They may have been swamped catching the damn fish.We were prepared to hate this place, being "allergic" to waiting and all, but the Fishball Mee Pok ($3.50) was actually worth the wait. Dotted with deliciously sinful cubes of crunchy lard, and balanced with a shrimp-y chilli, the noodles were excellent. The highlight was the fish dumpling, swaddled in a thin chewy skin and stuffed with a garlicky flavourful mince. I would return just for this alone. The fishballs, was a little heavier than I'd expected, but sufficiently springy and smooth in texture. The fried beancurd, stuffed with fish paste, was also homemade like the rest of the stellar toppings.Because their fish dumpling (her kiaow) is the absolute best, be sure to order an extra bowlful of soup with these. You get greater margins of return that way. continue reading
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Song Kee Fishball Noodle - Upper Thomson RoadBeing one of the top fishball noodle stall in Singapore, Song Kee fishball noodle is well liked by both the old and young for its handmade fishballs. It is popular among the supper crowd as well as it opens till late night about 2pm or till the fishballs are sold out. Queue starts at around 630pm before it open for business at 7pm. Queue up to make your orderMee Pok Dry ($6 big) - The big portion includes 3 large fishballs, 3 dumplings and 2 stuffed tau pok. All the ingredients are handmade fresh daily. You get to choose whether to add ketchup or chili sauce. I like all 3 ingredients especially the dumpling which was thinly wrapped with a unique flavoured pork and mushroom mixture. The tau pok was stuffed with an adequate amount of fish paste as well. Mee pok noodle was good as well without yellow noodle aftertaste. Mee Tai Bak Dry ($4 small) - 3 fishballs, 1 dumpling and 1 tau pokHome-made dumpling filled with minced pork and mushroom, tasty and delicious.Hand-made fishball taste nice as well. The fishball is more firm compared to those machine made and you are able to taste the sweetness of the fishball itself. Clear soup filled with fishball tasteDo drop by for your bowl of satisfying fishball noodle if you are at Upper Serangoon region. Verdict: 3.5/5Price: $4 - $6 continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-19
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$4 - Small (Top Picture)$5 - Additional noodles$6 - Additional ingredient (Bottom Picture)We compared hubby's $6 bowl with my $4 one, the difference will be extra 2 big ball which tasted like meat and mushroom balls. This means it's $1 for each 'meatball'. Gosh, there was quite expensive.Price aside, I do admit the noodles itself was pretty springy, least it didnt clog together like some other places. The fishball was definitely good, made purely with fish, which means more bouncy fishballs.If you dont mind making your way for just fishball noodles, I suggest coming here earlier like 6 plus? Coming later at dinner time was a bad experience, we had to wait for more than 30mins and we finished the noodles in like 5 minutes? Definitely not worth the wait. *Shrugged*Click on http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2014/10/song-kee-fish-ball-noodle.html to read more and view photos! ♥ ♥ ♥ continue reading
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I've read great reviews and also read some horrible things about this place. I will just attribute my visit as an unlucky one becuase I belonged to the terrible-experience group of people  If you still want to give it a try since there are others who think its good, I have some tips to share on my blog on top of my review for this - http://teacoffeerain.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/song-kee-fishball-noodle-%E6%9D%BE%E8%AE%B0%E9%B1%BC%E4%B8%B8%E9%9D%A2/I ordered Mee Pok Dry and Mixed Soup this evening. The noodles were really wayyy too salty! I like my Mee Pok with loads of chilli cause it adds flavours to it and I love salty food, but this was beyond my limit. The soup was really bland too. Now I know, even with loads of pork lard, if its bad, its bad. This probably attributed to the fact that the tau pok and fishball were tasteless too! Although I must say the texture of the noodles and fishball were fine.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-05-09
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I have my bowl of mee pok, which my girlfriend are having most of the times. Therefore, she'll try mee kia this time. Although the noodle is springy and the fish ball is excellent, you are expect to wait for at least half an hour or more.Conclusion: Very good food and value for money. continue reading
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