49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-36 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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07:30am - 01:30pm

07:30am - 01:30pm



07:30am - 01:30pm

07:30am - 01:30pm

07:30am - 01:30pm

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Followed this stall for over 15 years, since the time they were at Eunos. Now with 2 stalls; the more prominent one in Serangoon Gardens and another in Ang Mo Kio, the legend of Mr Lee's 'tok tok' cooking technique carries on.
What makes this place stand out are the robust flavours of both gravy and soup versions, pairing nicely with the springy soft texture of the mee pok / wide flat egg noodles.
The gravy is thick and decadent, rich with earthy salty savoury flavour enhanced with pork lard, while the spicy notes are mild.
The pork bone soup is rich and full-bodied, probably the most strongly flavoured of pig's liver, carrying an earthy savoury sweet mineral taste. The premium version is enhanced with fish maw and egg, giving it a strong depth of flavour.
The minced pork is fresh and meaty sweet with a light chew, while the tender slow braised mushrooms have deep earthy salty savoury flavour.
A bit expensive for the portion size, but it's an all-round reliable quality that's delicious.
Bak Chor Mee
Seng Kee Bak Chor Mee
@ Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre, 49A Serangoon Garden Way #01-37
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Is been long time since my last visit here, was a unfortunate trip that time as this stall was closed at that time.

After hearing they are closing in March this year for renovation, I decided to make my long trip to taste their noodle soup.

For $11, indeed a decent and sinful soup because the taste has been mixed with fish maw and pork.

It was tasty but be prepared to get thirsty after. Generous portion of ingredients inside including the fish maw, pork and mushroom.

I had the fish maw noodle soup which this stall is famous for. It comes in two sizes, $11 and $13, and I got the $11 one. I loved the huge soft chunks of fish maw. There’s also pork liver, mushrooms, minced pork and a few cabbage leaves. Unfortunately I didn’t really like the soup. Yes it is cloudy and eggy, but it is also loaded up with an overwhelming amount of MSG.

It was a younger man cooking and it wasn't as good. The soup still possessed Seng Kee's X-factor, but less impressive than usual. Worst was the noodles, which were slightly undercooked.

Their soup is alr v cloudy but I still believe most people add the egg lol.

Mee was a wavy mee Kia that had a slight bite but was mostly soft. The depth of flavour of the soup really does justice to its appearance, and there was a profound smokiness as well. Pretty good

P.S. their queue is usually really long (all the way until 2pm) so if u see it subside do join it asap

This bowl of bcm right here packs a crazy punch! Super flavourful and filled with ingredients! Liver, seaweed, minced meat, pork slices, mushroom, fried fish, pork lard, YOU NAME IT! The soup is so rich and thick, it almost feels like I’m eating a bowl of ramen! The fish maw soup is also Super shiok! Not the cheap kind of fish maw! 10/10!!!!!!!!!!