226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22
#01-07 Kebun Baru Market & Food Centre
Singapore 568226

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06:00am - 02:30pm


06:00am - 02:30pm

06:00am - 02:30pm

06:00am - 02:30pm

06:00am - 02:30pm

06:00am - 02:30pm

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Seldom find sheng mian stalls bc the noodles take longer to cook so no one wants to sell. The noodles were well-cooked. Soup was flavourful. The meat slices not very tender. The prawns were fresh and can taste the sweetness. Value for money and will buy again.

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Just when the soup version was already good, the dry version is even better. Using the same ingredients from the soup version with the addition of dark sauce and sambal chilli paste, it brings everything to a different level with a savoury and umami flavour. I prefer to chew these hand-pulled noodles coated in the richness of their savoury sauce and chilli paste. This is something worth queuing for its taste, quality and price 》$3/small


This is one of the rare places that still makes freshly handmade dough and hand-pulls it into mee hoon kueh upon order. The effort of hand-pulling results in uneven texture in each piece, giving a good and chewy bite to it. Each bowl comes with vegetables, minced pork, fried anchovies, prawn and egg in a simple yet slightly sweet broth 》$3/small

The noodle served in very homey broth, not overall tasty but comforting, prawns, minced meat, pork, vegetables and egg.
PS : According to my frenz the texture of mee hoon kueh is very good, and they chose the mee hoon kueh over the noodle.

πŸ“Seletar Sheng Mian β€’ Mian Fen Guo.
Blk 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, Kebun Baru Food Centre #01-07, Singapore 568226

As with all foodies, when you have to queue in line for a long time, you end up ordering more to justify the waiting time and that is exactly what we did with a bowl of Sheng Mian Soup ($3.50) and Mee Hoon Kuay Dry ($3.50). Between the two, if you are craving for a bowl of noodles with a homecooked taste, then the soup version will be the choice for you. However, if you are craving for something different, I will recommend the dry mee hoon kuay version as the freshly pulled noodles has an excellent chew texture and the shape of it is able to hold the black sauce and chilli better. The accompany ingredients like prawn are good but to me, the most important factor is the noodle, which the dry version tasted much better.
✨ Seletar Sheng Mian β€’ Mian Fen Guo
πŸ“ 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, Kebun Bahru Market & Food Centre, 01-07, Singapore 568226
🍴 [Self Funded]

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WAITING TIME: Queued for half an hour on a Monday at 1pm

- Sheng mian soup's soup was more flavourful than the small bowls of soup accompanying the dry sheng mian
- Found the mian fen guo too thick for our liking
- *Favourite* Sheng mian dry: flavourful seasoning, comes with big prawn and bits of pork meat, texture of noodles was really nice and special -- not your usual soft 'you mian'
- They are open on Mondays!

WILL WE RETURN? Definitely. $3 for this lovely bowl of noodles is so worth it.