58 Minced Meat Noodle (Taman Jurong Market)

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Authentic Minced meat noodle done in the traditional way. Our food stall started from 1973 to date with 2nd Generation successor helming the business currently. Junior Ang helped out at his father's stall since his teenage years and took over this business about 15years ago to continue serving hundreds of bowls of noodle daily. We still stick with using porcelain bowl to serve all our noodles as we believe all diners will appreciate the hot & freshly cook noodles and ingredients in the heat preserving bowl. With our regular customers built up over the decades, do pardon us as we do our very best to fufill the orders and clear the queue as fast as we can. (Waiting time may vary between 10 to 30minutes Awaiting your gracious presence and patronage! P.s. Remember we are close on Tuesday & Wednesday !

3 Yung Sheng Road
#03-150 Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre
Singapore 618499

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58 BCM noodles are springy, their pork liver was cooked to perfection, and the chilli sauce was damn good. Alot of pork lard.

Spring onion self service.

This is a rather popular store here, and expect to queue at least 30mins for this.

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Haven't visited for a long time, generous portions and I like their chilli sauce

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Since 1973, this stall has been drawing queues for their simple, unassuming, well-cooked BCM.
No meatballs or dumplings here, just the use of fresh tender pork loin and minced pork, crispy pork lard, and 2 kinds of tender braised mushrooms (shiitake & button champignon).
The chewy mee pok / wide flat egg noodles picks up the gravy of light soy sauce, black vinegar, and sambal chili paste well. For those who a prefer stronger taste, a bottle of black vinegar sits on the counter; add as you like.
Has bold meaty tangy sour earthy savoury spicy flavours.
The clear soup carries a heady sweet savoury flavour from the pork bone stock.
Crisp spring onions and bird's eye chili to complete. Queued about 15 minutes.
Bak Chor Mee
58 Minced Meat Noodle
@ Taman Jurong Market And Food Centre, 3 Yung Sheng Road #03-150
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⭐ 4/5 ⭐
🍴With a long queue of 15 people even before the 9am opening time, we knew this was a must try. After 45 mins, we dived into the bak chor mee with high expectations and glad that it did not disappoint.

The winning elements were first, the mix of pork lard, vinegar, and chilli created a moreish sauce that coated the noodles well, and second their generous serving of perfectly cooked liver slices and soft minced pork pieces. Also liked the self-service of fresh and crunchy spring onions, chilli slices, and extra vinegar.

On the sauce and ingredients alone, this would be a 4.5-5 ⭐ . The one letdown was the noodles that though springy, was too starchy. The accompanying pork soup was tasty but not particularly noteworthy. Overall, would eat this again if in the area. We'd say it's worth a 30+mins queue (but not an hour), especially if you have the time to spare.

πŸ“58 Minced Meat Noodle, 03-150, Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre, Singapore

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The noodle is cooked to the right al dente texture while the sauce that is mixed in it has pork lard oil, making it very flavourful and appetising. And you can just look at the generous serving of ingredients such as pork liver, sliced pork and minced meat that comes with it.
✨ 58 Minced Meat Noodle
πŸ“ 3 Yung Sheng Road, Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, Unit 03-150, Singapore 618499
🍴 [Self Funded]

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I ordered the medium bowl minced meat noodle which come in three sizes ($3/$4/$5).
Served in a porcelain bowl, I see sliced mushrooms, sliced pork, minced pork and pig's liver atop a mound of mee pok.
A good tossing revealed the hidden sauces underneath. Dressed in a luxurious coat of sauce made up of their piquant chili sauce and probably pork lard oil, the noodle now looked like a million dollars.

Do not be intimidated by the seemingly potent chili sauce which is not that spicy at all. Two kinds of cut chili - the normal red chili and chili padi - are provided if you want some heat.

There is also a bottle of black vinegar on the counter which you can help yourself to for more sour notes.
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