163A Gangsa Road
#01-01 Choh Dee Place
Singapore 671163

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04:00am - 02:30pm

04:00am - 02:30pm

04:00am - 02:30pm

04:00am - 02:30pm

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04:00am - 02:30pm

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Spicy Koka Noodles, $5 from 海鲜煮粥 𝗛𝗮𝗶 𝗫𝗶𝗮𝗻 𝗭𝗵𝘂 𝗭𝗵𝗼𝘂 ⠀

📍Uncle KKM at 163A Gangsa Rd, Unit 01-01, Singapore 671163⠀
⏰ Open 4am-2.30pm (or earlier if sold out), Closed Thursday ⠀

We have heard so much about this legendary Uncle KKM and today we finally make the trip down, all the way from the East to the West to try it for ourselves! We arrived around 10-ish with 6 ppl in Q and surprisingly the waiting time wasn’t too long, approx 15-20mins to get our hands on our food! Spicy Koka Noodles is their 𝘚𝘐𝘎𝘕𝘈𝘛𝘜𝘙𝘌 and it did live up to its name!!! IT’S SO DAMN SHIOK👍🏻👍🏻!!! Comes in 3 sizes, $4/$4.50/$5, we decided to whack the $5 to make our trip worthwhile 🤣⠀

Spicy Koka Noodles is fully infused with their spicy broth packed with so much flavours in it for that spicy🌶 kick! Noodles were very QQ springy and soft, served with generous serving of tender sliced meats, super flavourful minced meat, vegetables and an egg! It’s indeed so satisfying, comforting, and addictive! We are so hooked to it and would totally travel all the way down for this awesome bowl again! ⠀

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Ever since leaving secondary school, I have not tried their stall anymore as I live in Choa Chu Kang and they closed after lunch time.

Only today when I was nearby, I decided to try after nearly 9 years. I had to takeaway instead of eating there due to the circuit breaker restriction. Good thing is they offered to separate the noodle and soup so that the noodle wouldn't be soggy.

Taste wise, it is like what I had in the past but as I had it at home instead of the coffeeshop itself. It is not as pipping hot which I had in the past.

It was $3 in the past but now $4 due to inflation. Do note that the cheapest price of each dish does not include egg as shown in the signboard. Hence, my noodle (without egg) would be $3.50 + $0.20 for container.

Have been patronising this stall for years and have always ordered the kekoumian, but I decided to try the mee hoon kueh that day instead. It looked hand torn, and it was a little doughy but still acceptable - not the best mhk. It’s served in the same broth as the kekoumian - not too salty, light, but flavourful. The broth is the star of the bowl. Comes with veg (there is a lot in my bowl because my friend gave me all of her veg), minced meat and an add-on egg.

💵: $4.50

🤔: This bowl was EVEN BETTER than when I had it the first time, but my is my egg yolk always overcooked?!?!!!!

💵: $4.50

📈: 9.5/10

🤔: Delicious soup, QQ noodles and generous amount of ingredients. No lava-yolk moment thus the -0.5, but still a super satisfying & comfortingly delicious bowl of noodles.

Their renowned broth is remarkably flavourful, with a hefty umami that is tinged with a porcine sweetness.
Personally, I feel the magic is in the components, especially the springiness of the instant noodles and its absorbability being a key factor; the generous amount of liao (tender pork slices and pork liver) also allows for maximum indulgence.
However, possible consistency issues due to crowds — occasionally I've had anemic tasting broths, and the dish as a whole falls apart without the robust flavour.
📍233 Yishun Street 21, #01-472, Singapore 760233
⏱️ (Thurs-Tues) 6am- 3:30pm, closed Wed