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38A Beo Crescent
#01-68 Beo Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 169982

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06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm



06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm

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The longer the line, the more I feel the need to stand in it. (Drives the husband crazy! 😂)
Nan Yuan Fishball Noodles always has the longest queue at Beo Crescent. No matter what time or day, this stall always has a line. Their mee pok was cooked al dente, with a good mix from the vinegar and chillies. And, all this only cost $6! Great value, worth the wait!

I had been wanting to try this. Among fishball mee, it's tough to be better than this. Mee kia didn't cloy, was generous and terrifically seasoned. Soup, fishballs, fishcake, dumpling, meatball - everything was good.

If you are a fan of MeePok and fishball noodles , you gotta try this fishball noodle stall for their meepok. With a Generous portion of ingredients at $3 and succulent noodles ! It's no wonder it fares a Long queue daily be in during breakfast or lunch time ! It's a must try !!

I've posted this before but the quality of this dish and the likelihood of it going the way of dinosaurs make me want the younger generations of this app read about it.
It's a real shame if this stall closes as the value and quality is really great. For $2.50 you can a bowl of noodles with at least 3 big slices of fish cake, 3 fishballs and even a fish dumpling. All made with fresh ingredients. The noodles are very well mixed with vinegar and chilli sauce. Crunchy and tasty. 👍👍👍 Try it before the stall owners call it a day.


The old Uncle takes his time to cook up the mince meat but he definitely doesn't sting on good quality fresh ingredients. This is the bowl where most stalls will just stuff u with more noodles but you get three huge fresh de-veined prawns and wantons. His mushrooms are stewed to perfection. Must come! But be prepared to queue. I waited for 20minutes but it was worth it #tiongbahruhangout #burpple @burpple @that_dex

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Truly a traditional and value for money meal. If you're anywhere near Beo Crescent and crave for fishball noodles go try this. For $2.50 or $3 you can the heritage food that lots of people talk about. There's another stall in a coffee shop in Tiong Bahru but the queue is slower and value for money not too great. At $3 you get a bowl full of fishballs, big fish cake slices, a pork ball and fish dumpling. Yummy yummy yum yum yum. Posted by Ah Leong San 2016 January 30