14 Haig Road
Singapore 430014

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Sunday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Monday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Friday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
06:30am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

From Boon Wah Fishball Noodle Kway Teow Mee Soup
文华鱼丸面 粿条面汤
Generous portion and really taste as good as it looked.
Really enjoyed very much.
Definitely will return.

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“Mee Pork Tah” from “Boon Wah Fishball Noodles” (#01-42) - I wasn’t expecting much from my $3 bowl but ended up slurping it with gusto. The noodles were cooked perfectly al dente, and the fishballs, were large and bouncy. I wished there was more chew to the minced meat but if you like it soft and “powdery”, theirs will please. Interestingly, the chilli sambal was not the usual sweet style. Instead, it’s savoury and there was a pleasant grittiness to it. The lady who prepared my order told me her mum-in-law made it. I didn’t find the sambal very spicy, so do ask for extra if you prefer your noodles to pack a big kick. Soup is clear and quite plain. So unless you like that style, I think it’s better to get the dry version here.

From Haig Road Food Centre
Tasty bowl of pork porridge.
Consistently smooth, yummy.

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From 美美 菜头粿
Tasted as good as it look!
Each diced carrot cake really coated with sweet black sauce thinly.
Yummy!

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😃 Old school wantan noodles (S$3). Al dante egg noodles mixed in dark sauce. The egg noodles had a nice bite and the wantons were tasty. The char siew however was very average. Overall not bad at this price.

📍Location:
Zhenguang Wantan Noodles (01-67)
Haig Road Market & Food Centre
14 Haig Road
Singapore 430014

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Noticed there’s always a queue! While I’d prefer thicker slices of fish, thought this was pretty good for $5. This porridge was more like soup + rice. Soup here is light, and not too oily (save for the use of fried shallots). Quite generous with ingredients, sliced fish was firm and fresh; so were the sweet crunchy prawns and sotong which had just the right texture - not too chewy nor soft.

📍T.G Fish Porridge
#01-50, Haig Rd Market & Food Centre

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