216 Bedok North Street 1
#01-31 Pasar 216 Bedok Central
Singapore 460216

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07:00am - 01:30pm

07:00am - 01:30pm

07:00am - 01:30pm

07:00am - 01:30pm

07:00am - 01:30pm

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From Joo Chiat Chiap Kee
Big portion $4.50 of fishball kway teow soup.
Not bad for those who like it.


There's always a queue at Joo Chiat Chiap Kee which serves the freshest yellowtail fishball handmade in-house daily. The fishball comes in irregular shape, slightly smaller in size with a good bouncy, chewy and springy bite.

Each standard small bowl of noodles comes with 4 fishballs, 2 meatballs and 1 Teochew fish dumpling (herh keow) while the bigger bowl comes with 3 additional fishballs. The noodles are cooked al-dente, tossed in their popular special sambal chilli sauce and topped with crispy pork lard and spring onion 》$3 (small) / $4 (medium)

They are also selling ala-carte fishball/meatball for $2 (10pcs) and fish dumplings for $4 (20pcs). Be sure not to head over too late as I overheard the lady from the stall going down the queue behind us informing customers that their orders would be replaced with more meatballs as their popular fishballs are running out.

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Their specialty is their handmade fishballs made from the yellowtail fish, paired with their dry noodle that’s tossed in your preferred sauce and pork lard oil. A very satisfying bowl of fishball noodle that fully justifies its long queue which might drag to around 20 minutes waiting time during lunchtime.
📍 Joo Chiat Chiap Kee
216 Bedok North Street 1, 216 Bedok North Market & Food Centre Unit 01-31, Singapore 460216


Wanted to come for 133 Mee Hoon Kway but we were too late, so we did what we are all best at: following the long queues! This stall was just one of the many.

Topped up a dollar for 5 more of their handmade yellow tail fishballs cause we didn’t want to regret and end up going through the queue again 😂 Didn’t really like the noodles that were sticky to the teeth and chili concoction that had more ketchup (personal preference) but we’d get the fishball soup again! For the usual $3 noodles, it’s already generous with 4 fishballs, 1 meatball and 1 fish dumpling. Their fishballs were bouncy though not as crunchy, but still tasty with its flavourful soup.

📍Joo Chiat Chiap Kee (Since 1965)
Blk 216 Bedok Food Centre & Market #01-31
🕕 6am to 1.30pm Daily, Closed in Wednesdays


Their homemade fishballs were fresh and bouncy. Their noodles mixed with the chili and pork lard were cooked to a springy texture.

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Can you believe this bowl of fishball noodles + the bus ride to bedok and back = still cheaper than 1 plate of mixed rice at my office? (And wayyyyyy more delicious too)

The fishballs were so fresh, beehoon was cooked to perfection, and chilli had a nice kick to it. Now I know why the queue was so long, and boy was the wait worth it. Now if only I could sneak out of office to eat this everyday... #Hawkerpedia