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532 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534547

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Tuesday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Sunday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Monday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Yummy handmade fishballs and dumplings! Generous servings and a good mix of the variety of ingredients. Like that they are generous with the meat in the dumpling. They also have a Ngoh Hiang stall at the side where you can order add ons to your noodles.

In picture: Minced Meat Kway Tiao ($4.50), Prawn Cracker and Tofu Skin ($2.30)

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Finally here at Song Kee after seeing it on my feed countless of the times for the past half a decade or more 😅 ironically, exercising brings me to places for... food 😂

I love that the noodles here soak up every bit of that tantalising sauce base and that the fishballs here are firm, springy without that dreadful fishy taste. The assorted five spices are worth a shout too if deep-fried food is your kind of thing 😬

Love allll their deep fried ingredients! Picked our own platter - the ngoh hiang and fried crab roll were amazing! And they gave a lot of chilli sauce to go along w it as well. Love it! $7.5 for this plate.

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Medium bowl for $7. Not just usual bowl of bak chor mee! Love the dumplings and handmade fish balls! While the noods weren’t as smooth in the gravy, I felt that the other quality ingredients more than made up for it! ❤️

PRICE:
$4.50 for Fishball Noodles (S)
$1.50 for prawn cracker
$1.30 for water chestnut cake

REMARKS:
* Can't match the original in taste, but better than average
* Heekiao seems to have improved in taste
* Serving size is pretty small
* Prawn cracker and water chestnut cake were good

So I’m not very up to date w news and didn’t know that the original songkee had moved. I walked into finest songkee, wondering how come there’s no crowd and it feels so different.
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The mee Kia was pretty good, springy and had enough flavour. But the fishball tasted more like starch while the er duo (what’s the real name for this?) was more like a slimy mess. 😨

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