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Fish Maw Noodle Soup

$9.00 ยท 32 Reviews

Seng Keeโ€™s fish maw BCM Noodles is unbeatable.

After coming to Serangoon Gardens a couple of times to see this stall closed, I am in luck.
While the dry Bak Chor Mee was more ordinary, it was really the soup ($11/$13) version that people enjoy more. Flavourful with the slight tinge of bitterness coming from dry sole fish.
The fish maw, cooked soft and till it absorbed quite a bit of the flavours, was the highlight.
Which is your favourite soupy Bak Chor Mee in Singapore? #DFDHawker #DFDNoodles

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We feel that this is really as good as what we would called Singapore style ramen, expect that you get rich fish maw broth instead of pork or chicken bones. Unfortunately, it does require some luck to get our hands on this bowl from Seng Kee as its opening hours can be quite erratic. Not to mention be prepared to brace yourself for the long queue as well. Now, long weekend begins!

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Fish Maw Soup, Fish Maw Soup with Noodles: $10/12
(The $12 one comes with a full piece of fried sole fish!!)

First sip of the soup would hit you with the sweet &savoury scent of the sole fish! It's deeply infused into the soup, alongside about 3-4 thick pieces of fish maw, egg, pork slices, minced pork &liver. This is sooo satisfying and imo, goes best with kwaytiao in it! Sad that they ran out of it when i visited on a Saturday afternoon.

Their meepok dry was clumpy and texture wise wasnt great. Tai Hwa's noodles + Seng Kee's soup would be out of the world thou!!

Awesome! Dry was tastier, but the broth was heavenly :)

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Ran here on a Saturday morning for the famed soup meepok. The flatfish is the magic to the soup, alongside it's fluffy fish maw!! Had to finish every single drop of that eggy broth. $10 serving is good to share amongst two. The queue is worth braving too (~30mins on a sat 10am)

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I am back for MAW!!! The last time I had the dry bak chor mee from Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle and this time round, the soup version is on the radar. The inclusion of the fish maw, braised mushroom and fried dried sole fish greatly contributed to the umami taste. An awesome bowl of fish maw noodle soup(่‚‰่„ž้ฑผ้ณ”้ขๆฑค)that blew me away๐Ÿ˜‹



The queue is always long and usually sold out by 1:30pm/2pm (depends!!) Many ppl go for their famous bar chor mee but I always just order my soup cuz itโ€™s super worth it and cheap for the portion size! Generous amount of quality ingredients ๐Ÿ˜ And each bowl is cooked upon order!! Plus they include 2 big pcs of dried flat fish (ๆ‰้ฑผ) making the soup super flavourful๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ’– Pls go try!!
โ€ข Fish Maw Soup - Big ($12)

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Seng Kee differentiates itself from other stalls by serving a super robust soup. The cloudy broth is packed with umami flavour from pork bones and generous pieces of fish maw that soaks up all the flavour. The noodles are also no slouch. Served with a piquant sour spicy sauce, the braised mushrooms and dried sole really amp up the deliciousness of the dish. Wait times are 20-25 mins at their Serangoon Gardens store, but if you hit up LL at Shangri-La Singapore, you get a bigger portion served to you in like 5-10 minutes while you lounge around in a cushy seat. Obviously prices are like much higher, but for some, its an option worth exploring.
๐Ÿ“: The Lobby Lounge / Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles
๐Ÿš‚: Orchard / Serangoon ๐Ÿ’ฐ: $28++ / $12
โš–๏ธ: Iโ€™d return to both outlets in a heartbeat. Lobby Lounge if iโ€™m feeling extra indulgent, and the OG one at gardens if i wanna try other hawker food without bursting my wallet.