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Featuring Golden Mile Food Centre, The Western Co., Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh, Ming Jia Korean Food, Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup & Laksa (Kebun Baru Market & Food Centre), Xing Li Cooked Food (Old Airport Road Food Centre), Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee (Amoy Street Food Centre), Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck (Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre), Fishball Story (NUS University Town), Mr Prawnie Fried Hokkien Big Prawn Mee
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This was my to go fishball noodles stall when I interned in the Tanjong Pagar area years back! Noodles are springy in a nice chili concoction that had just enough spice - not too dry or saucy either. I’m not a fan of their chili fishballs but the normal ones along with their fishcake are bouncy and seasoned well! Additional top ups are a bit pricey though, it’s $1 each for extra ingredients or extra noodles.

📍俩兄弟潮州鱼圆面 Teo Chew Fishball Noodles
Tanjong Pagar Food Centre #02-47


Priced per portion, the mlxg here is very affordable, at $1 for veg, $2 for chicken/pork and $3 for beef/mutton/seafood! It was very fragrant with just the right amount of peppercorns, but a little oily and had much less salt - personally didn’t find this bowl as shiok cause I’m all for stronger flavours! Spice levels are also lower than usual, so take it up a notch if you’re a fan.

📍Tian Tian Xiang Shang Spicy Ma La Hotpot 天天向上麻辣香锅
Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre #02-21


A relatively new stall in Dignity Kitchen that has claypot chicken rice and traditional Chinese desserts up on the menu! It was a generous pot of rice with a chunky and tender piece of chicken, salted fish bits and veg. Liked that the sauce wasn’t too sweet and it was more than sufficient to coat the whole bed of rice.

A good and value for money option to go for here if you have some time to wait, as it needs a longer cooking time. Uncle managing the stall was super friendly!


The fresh handmade fishballs are equally bouncy and tasty, but it somehow feels like the soup from Ru Ji’s Old Airport Road stall is more flavourful. They add in fried onions and lard here if you order a separate bowl of fishball soup but I find it cleaner tasting without.


Newly opened at one of Serangoon Central’s coffee shops! Menu’s straightforward - pork ribs / intestines / prawns as ingredients and pick soup or dry. An average bowl with a broth that has a subtle sweetness.

Blk 261 Serangoon Central Drive
Singapore 550261


Pretty good ingredients - intestines were well cleaned and meats were braised quite thoroughly. The lava ramen eggs were a nice touch! That aside though, we were disappointed that the kway wasn’t as smooth and the dark herbal broth wasn’t as flavourful as it looked. Overall decent, but it didn’t wow us that much.


Was craving for fishball soup but this didn’t satisfy it. 😔 Although made with pure fish meat, it lacked the bounce and weren’t that fresh. Their homemade chili made up for its flavour.


Joined the queue while waiting for our oyster omelette from Fatty Weng just a few stalls down. Didn’t have plans to get this but it looked like a really popular dinner/supper option here! We liked that the bee hoon wasn’t oily and unlike usual economic bee hoon stalls, this tasted more similar to zichar style fried bee hoon. Thought the fried chicken could do with just a teeny touch more frying but it was still done crispy and juicy.

Apart from economic bee hoon, they also sell char kway teow that’s only available in the evenings - we saw lots of people having it too!

📍Gu Lin Food Stall 桂林食摊
Yong Xing Mian Jia Can Shi
Blk 154 Bukit Batok Street 11 Singapore 650154

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Was craving for orh jians but my fav stalls are closed on Mondays, so we googled and came by here! Fatty Weng has 2 stalls and sells a huge variety from orh jian, roast meats to fish soup. $5 but the portion was pretty good and the fresh oysters were plump! It had a good balance of egg and starch, but I’d like it crispier and more evenly seasoned. Not the best but still a good option if you’re in the West! They also have bigger portions at $6/$8.


Shi Xiang Ge’s most famous for their Hot and Spicy Intestine Shaved Noodles 麻辣肥肠刀削面 ($5), but I read a few reviews of its pungent intestine flavours and decided to go for something else. Since the handmade shaved noodles is one of the highlights here, we requested for a swap from the default vermicelli and they kindly allowed! Glad we did as the noodles were of the right thickness, cooked well and not at all doughy. As for the spicy broth, it wasn’t too oily, hence surprisingly drinkable. There was a nice lingering numbness too, but it unfortunately wasn’t that fragrant/flavourful albeit being quite heavily seasoned.


Arrived when the stall just opened and they had a queue even before they could switch on the lights for their signboard. 😂 I went with their Sliced Fish Soup and topped up fish eggs ($1) along with their handmade minced pork balls ($1 for 2).

Not the most affordable, but it was impressive! The cloudy broth was flavourful without any need for evaporated milk. It was a little too peppery at first try, but better balanced after a thorough mix. I love Chinese parsley and it was a pleasant surprise that they add quite a bit in this (so rmb to opt out if you’re not a fan)! The thick fish slices were fresh and chunky, tender with a good bite. Fish eggs were super fresh too, while the handmade minced pork balls were huge and well seasoned.

Queue was short but it was still quite a long wait. Probably not for a quick lunch option but I’d definitely have this again!

📍Slice Fish Fish Head Seafood Soup 魚片 魚頭 海鮮湯
726 West Coast Market Square #01-138


Pretty good siew mai though we thought it was a bit pricey. Meat was juicy and had a good bite while its skin wasn’t dough-y. The wait may take a while due to the crowd.


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