58 Lengkok Bahru
Singapore 150058

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Sunday:
08:30am - 02:30pm

Monday:
09:00am - 05:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 02:30pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 02:30pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 02:30pm

Friday:
07:00am - 02:30pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 02:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Old school coffee shop at Lengkok Bahru that is hidden from the main road but popular among the residents here.

There’s only one stall in Seng Hong coffee shop that sell fishball noodle. Comforting meal topped with fishball and minced meat.

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Arrived at 11.35am and waited 25 mins for my $4.50 medium portion of mee kia dry. You get a bowl of noodles, couple of meat balls, 4 slices of pork, 2 slices of fish cakes and 2 fishballs. Plus soup.

First of all, the portion is really small. Literally I can finish the noodles with 3 mouthfuls. Secondly, the soup tasted like water with salt and MSG. No taste of meat or umami from the boiling of minced meat. The fishballs were your garden variety factory made one. The meatballs tasted funky. Saving grace were the pork slices which were well marinated and tender. Chilli sauce was also normal.

Cheap but not satisfying bowl of noodles. Considering it is not easy to get there if you don’t drive, quite sure this will not make my list of eateries of repeat visits.

Heritage stall, but mediocre food. Only the fishcake and pork slices were noteworthy. This is the medium size. The small size machiam for children.

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The minced meat noodle tasted better than it looked, and I was pleasantly surprised.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/58-lengkok-bahru-minced-meat-noodle/

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The amount of minced meat is quite measly but they make up for the lack of it with plenty of soft, tender pork slices that I prefer.

Some of the other ingredients included slices of fish cake, two fish dumplings, two fish balls and two meat balls.

The ingredients used are fairly fresh and the proof is in the pudding.

I love how "crunchy" the mee kia is. Well, not crispy crunchy but al dente crunchy. The marvelous old-school tossing sauce is just enough to coat the noodles without being too wet. You definitely have to ask for their chili sauce even if you cannot take the heat because it is really amazing.

For the price, the portion of the noodle is alright but not filling enough for me. I should have gone straight for the $5 bowl.

How I wish this stall can move to my neighborhood just so I could eat it everyday!

Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2020/01/lengkok-bahru-minced-meat-noodle-blk-58.html?m=1

I personally enjoy having Kway Tiao (Flat Rice Noodles) mixed with Yellow Noodles as I like the texture combination of the two.
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