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269 Queen Street
#01-235
Singapore 180269

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Sunday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 05:00pm

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Reviews

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Back at my fav spot for dry mee kia/kway teow, but sadly, both stall helpers who have been there since the start were taken over since a few months back. Not that it’s no longer good, but if you’re going for their dry bowls and love chili, I found their default bowl now not as flavourful as in the past, so make sure to ask for more chili! Soup is as good and the ice lemon tea here is the kind I love - refreshing and not mixed with lime juice.

5 Likes

Hands down one of my fav places for mee kia and kway teow. Especially love the silky soft kway teow, it’s slightly wider than the usual kind you get but cooked so well! No doubt it’s a tad more expensive and oily, but it’s so worth it for the flavours. Instead of the vinegary sort, the noodles here are tossed in a mix of pork lard and chili with lots of minced pork, slices of fishcakes and bouncy fishballs. Soup’s tasty too!

If you want more noodles, request for ‘add noodles’ which is a 50 cents top up, rather than going for the $5/$6 portions which gives you more ingredients like prawns than noodles. Also, they’ve different outlets across Singapore and this is the only branch I’ve tried, so I’m not sure if the flavours are all the same.

The ice lemon tea ($1.50) from the drink stall here is good too, not the kind mixed in with lime juice - my fam’s fav combi for our Sunday breakfasts!

6 Likes

I am not a fan of fishball noodles typically. But this bowl of kway teow (you get to choose other types of noodles as well) + 加料 (extra ingredients) is the bomb. The fish balls are fresh and springy. While the prawns are even fresher! The kway teow is a balance of soft and not too soggy. Remember to order a mix of chilli and tomato sauce to enjoy a yummy fusion of spicy and sweet taste.

Price: $5 for extra ingredients

5 Likes

An above average tasting bowl of Bak Chor Mee, big bouncy fish ball, sliced lean pork, sliced fish cake and couple of big piece fried lard inside. $4 for this awesome bowl.

3 Likes

Lunch is always preferred bowl of noodle. 🔸🔸
What makes a yummy bowl of bakchor mee (minced pork noodle)? Noodles has to be que que (springy). Fishball must be "boink boink". Sliced pork thin and tender. Loads of tiny bits of minced pork strewn all over. Abit of a high expectation? But what would complete a perfect bowl.... you guessed it... the seasonings and the chilli! And this bowl has it. The fiery heat from this chilli left enough hot sensation on my palate and enough for me to break out little droplets of perspiration.
🔸🔸
It was noodlelicious. No need to queue up ridiculously or wait for more than half hour. The nice noodle uncle brought it to my table. And I did thank him profusely.
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