159 Mei Chin Road
#02-05 Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
Singapore 140159

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05:45am - 03:00pm

05:45am - 03:00pm

05:45am - 03:00pm

05:45am - 03:00pm

05:45am - 03:00pm

05:45am - 03:00pm

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Serving for over 50 years, this humble stall is known for their old-school, full flavoured rendition.
Among the most intense in taste, their soup is generously garnished with preserved mustard greens, lending a robust vegetal salty savoury flavour.
Their fish balls are bouncy with light tension, nicely sweet savoury in flavour.
The mee pok / wide flat egg noodles are well tossed with a slight springy chew, and pick up the savoury salty sweet spicy flavours of the gravy well.
Fish Ball Noodles
Xin Lu Teo Chew Fishball Noodle
@ Mei Ling Market & Food Centre, 159 Mei Ling Street #02-05
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At Mei Ling Market & Food Centre for breakfast and saw that they have 2 popular fishball noodles stalls. Went with Xin Lu Teochew Fishball Noodle this time round - it’s the one with the white sign board next to the escalator.

Queue moved pretty quickly, and aunty was very friendly! Can definitely understand why they are so popular, portions of both the noodles and the fishballs makes it very value. Flavour wise though, thought it was just average - we found the mee pok slightly doughy, and I’m personally not a fan of the saucy ketchup-based chilli mix.

It's circuit breaker so I escaped the usual queue. I first ate this years ago and found the fishballs okay but not great. This time same too. The stallholders are kind and my noodles were generous.

They used to be situated at Margaret Drive Hawker Centre, and were the fishball noodles I ate during my childhood. The handmade fishballs are just as good as I remember them to be: bouncy and slightly salty. My meepok was really average though, so I think I’ll go for either mee tai mak (like what my dad ordered) or kway teow next time I visit.

Fishball Noodle (S$3)
Didn’t plan to order this but it’s one of those stalls with queue.
The mee poh was a bit lumpy but nothing a bit of soup can’t help. The chilli sauce was addictive, tasting spicy and sweet, kind of like sambal.
Xin Lu Teochew Fishball Noodle 新路潮洲鱼圆粿条麺汤
Address 🏠 : Blk 159 Mei Chin Road, # 02-05 Mei Ling Market & Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 140 159
Open 💈 : Fri - Wed : 5.45am - 3pm
MRT 🚇 : Queenstown (EW19)


Situated in the Bendemeer FC is a branch of the famous 新路 Fishball Noodle at Mei Ling Street FC. The style of cooking and taste is the same. For $3 you get a bowl of noodles with 5 soup spoon size fishballs. The homemade chilli sauce is truly different from other noodles stalls. This is a real heritage food as they kept the cooking style exactly the same. Belly yummy yummy yum yum yum. Posted by Ah Leong San 2016 June 1.