531A Upper Cross Street
Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

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Enjoyed the thick biscuit base and the soft egg curd filling!

We bought fishball noodles from Hong Xing Handmade Fishball and Meatball Noodles (#02-30) today! This is the medium-sized portion ($5) and comes with 5 fishballs and 3 meatballs. The balls are clearly handmade, as seen from their irregular shapes. Also, there are fewer meatballs than fishballs because their meatballs are more expensive (and popular too!). The fishballs are pretty light and you cannot really taste the fish paste; however, you can taste the pork a lot more clearly in the meatballs.

However, our favourite was the noodles that came along with the Fishball soup. We ordered Mee kia today and Hong Xing's Mee kia are thin and rather springy (or kiu), which we really love. That being said, you should eat the noodles pretty soon otherwise they will start to clump together and become really dry. 😱 The stall adds quite a generous serving of chilli, which provides flavour and gets rid of that slight "yellow noodle" taste too. Do let the stall know in advance if you are not a fan of spicy food!

Hong Xing is only open until around 2 pm or so, so you can only have it for breakfast or lunch. Do note that the queue can be pretty long though, so be prepared to budget additional time for lunch if you have set your mind on ordering their Fishball noodles!

a must try dish when you at at woh hup
(a stall located at level 2 of hong lim market and food centre)

Teochew Porridge
with boiled fish, braised egg and intestines, fish cake

(from Teo Heng Porridge Stall)

Duck was not tender, rice quality wasn’t great. We usually finish our food because we don’t like wasting food, but for this we struggled to even have half of it.

Remarkably long queue, I was in queue for more than half an hour.

No wonder the Chicken Cutlet is so popular. The endless order of chicken cutlet resulted in freshly fried cutlet for every order. The thick piece of chicken cutlet was tender, curry was poured upon order so the outer remains crispy. The thin noodles coats and lifted up the curry very well. Great lunch.

Curry Chicken Cutlet Noodles $4

#02-03 Cantonese Delights
10:30am ~ 2pm (Closed on Weekends)

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