From the Burpple community

This is probably another stall in Marsiling that sell good wanton noodle, starting from $3.50.

Xiang Yuan’s noodle was chewy and the char siew got the smoky taste.

This is so nice to eat. The bak ku Teh taste light, I ordered a $4 version and asking for add ingredients only, no need to add noodle. It was so full til I skip my lunch. The q is sooooo long, waited abt half an hour then only my turn, but the food is good.

Tried the Roti Prata for my breakfast, the Prata was so bad, not crispy, texture was hard and totally cold, pls don’t waste your money. I ask for hot one, the shop owner’s face is black and said all hot. Nevermind, I took that, but actually it was cold. Besides that, the curry sauce given is so little, fish curry is acceptable but the lamb curry is not nice, it has the gamey smell of lamb. Price shown S$0.90 but was told one piece S$1, two pieces S$1.80. The owner is not honest and very attitude. Never come back again! Why must I paid for such a lousy food and bad service👎😡.

Fresh seafood, tasty soup n not pricey. Best eaten till date.
Closed on every Wednesday.
Try for yourself.


$8 for this hot bowl of slice fish and minced pork soup.
Five pieces of minced pork sticks inside.
Few pieces of sliced tomato added into the soup for the flavour.


Many Malaysians coming from JB entering to Singapore going for work in the early morning, usually they will stop by this food court to have their breakfast.

One of the stall facing the main road, 169 Fish Soup serves good fish soup in the afternoon, they also sell fishballs noodles in the morning till afternoon. $2.50 or $3.