85 Bedok North Street 4
#01-08 85 Fengshan Centre
Singapore 460085

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06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

06:00pm - 03:00am

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This stall only offers 3 types of noodles: mee kia, kway teow and mee tai mak. The alkaline taste of the mee kia is a little strong and the noodles are a little soft for me, but the sauce is not bad - will probably opt for mee tai mak if I order the dry version ($4 for large) next time. The soup version ($5 for large), which comes with soft minced meat and tasty meat balls, is flavourful and comforting.

One of my all time favourite places for BakChorMee. The soup is very flavourful and leaves me always wanting to order another bowl. One of my go to stalls everytime I am in the area.

I love the bcm from this stall (corner stall on the first row), it’s so good everytime! Plus they implemented a buzzer system so it’s much more convenient to go off and buy other food now :D

Chewy noodles with meatballs and minced meat
Meatballs and soup were flavourful
Price: $3

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Just a comforting bowl of soup BCM on a rainy night. It’s been a long time since I last ate this and the wait was about 15mins at around 9pm on a weekend night. Nothing special about this bowl of BCM as I find it a little oily and the taste of alkaline from the egg noodles was present in the soup. Minced meat used were quite fatty and the meat balls feels like those we got from the supermarket. Nonetheless, their noodles are quite springy which kinds of compensate it.

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This legendary dish has always been the talking point of Bedok 85, with a few similar stalls vying for the crown. I went as a Westie with no prejudice, without reading reviews of any of the stalls, and picked this stall by random as it looked like it had no queue. I thought I was lucky, until the owner told me it was a 25-minute wait. Might as well, since I have already traveled so far.

It was pretty oily, with lots of garlic oil and the fried shallots, though I wouldn’t mind as they helped to lift the overall aroma. I can’t fathom out the reason why it’s popular, perhaps the mince pork has a higher ratio of fats to meat, which personally isn’t to my liking. The egginess of the noodles was accentuated after being soaked in the soup that tasted strongly of MSG. Nothing too special about the meatballs either. Perhaps it’s just a comfort food dish, but personally I still prefer my Bak Chor Mee dry and I wouldn’t travel specially for this.