3014 Ubi Road 1
Singapore 408702

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06:45am - 03:30pm

06:45am - 03:30pm

06:45am - 03:30pm

06:45am - 03:30pm

06:45am - 03:30pm

06:45am - 02:00pm

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I have heard much about Da Sheng Minced Pork Noodle — the stall having been featured on multiple social media platforms from time to time does somewhat hints at the stall’s popularity, and it is also a stall that I had wanted to pay a visit personally for quite some time. Didn’t realise that the stall is situated in the same coffeeshop as Mei Mei Roast (which I had visited a couple of years ago) until I had ordered my noodles though.

It sounds a little odd to order the Fried Chicken Chop Noodles here though, considering how they have called themselves Da Sheng Minced Pork Noodles, but I have always been intrigued by how their Fried Chicken Chop Noodles seem to be very identical to the ones served at Chin Seng Cooked Food at Tekka Centre — from the chunks of fried chicken to the Mee Kia used by default if the preference of noodles is not specified. Look past the aesthetics and all seems to differ; the main difference between both would be the sauces used for the noodles — Chin Seng Cooked Food is a stall that focuses on Wanton Mee, while Da Sheng Minced Pork Noodle primarily serves up Minced Pork Noodle; the Mee Kia here, which is done on the softer side, comes tossed with a rather vinegary sauce here in true BCM-esque fashion, amidst a slight hint of spiciness from the chili if one opts for it. The fried chicken chunks also seem to differ from that of Chin Seng’s double-fried rendition; here, the chunks of fried chicken comes juicier and more tender, but also hints of a stronger seasoning of black pepper that is evident, but not overpowering — rather close, but not totally similar to the ones I enjoyed from the camp’s canteen during my NS days.

As much as it is, Chin Seng’s and Da Sheng’s rendition of the fried chicken chop noodle should be viewed as separate types of Fried Chicken Chop Noodles despite their almost identical aesthetic — after all, both renditions are done in different styles according to the primary type of noodles that they serve up. That being said, Da Sheng’s rendition is still a good one which will do well with folks who prefer heavier flavours in general. Would give their Minced Pork Noodles a try next time!

By far the best minced meat noodles in Ubi, the ratio of vinegar to chilli sauce and lard oil that slicks the large portion of noodles is almost perfect. The bowl is filled with generous amounts of minced pork, pork balls, braised mushrooms and a crispy dumpling, ensuring post lunch food comas are almost guaranteed.
They also do a very good chicken cutlet noodle which is highly recommended.

Taste: 3.5/5


Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/da-sheng-bak-chor-mee/


Filled with generous minced pork, crispy dumpling, pork balls, braised mushrooms and veg. One of the better bak chor mee around this area.
Location: @dashengmincedporknoodle Blk 3014, Ubi Road 1, Singapore 408702
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As a result, the next alternative would be Da Sheng Bak Chor Mee, which comes highly recommended by several notable food bloggers. Run by young hawkerprenuers, I noticed that there was a perpetual queue from the time that I was there till the time I left. Pictured is the $4.50 portion which comes with a reasonable amount of mee kia that has been tossed in a black vinegar and chili mix, minced pork, sliced pork and meatballs. What sets them apart from the other run-off-the-mill bak chor mee is that they not only added braised mushrooms into it, there’s the addition of pork lard and fried tee po (flat fish), which adds umami-ness into the flavour. Another notable mention is the bowl of soup that was given, which is usually being ignored, as it was a burst of flavour and aroma.
Da Sheng Bak Chor Mee
Address: 3014, Ubi Road 1, Singapore 408702
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Which used to be from Plaza Sing. ($5.50)
Personal rating: 3.5/5
Shop : Da Sheng Bak Chor Mee
3014 Ubi Road 1, Singapura 408705
Opening: 6.30am to 4pm
Close on Sunday *
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