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I have read many good reviews of the famous fish dumplings from Song Kee Fishball Noodle and I finally got to try it today! We ordered the dry Fishball Noodle ($7 for medium) and Mixed Soup ($8) and here’s a word of advice: you really don’t need to upsize the noodles as the size of the fishballs is HUGE and they can be quite filling😅

Noodle-wise, the texture is not bad and it is tossed in a fragrant chilli sauce that is packed with dried shrimps. The fishballs, meatballs, fish cakes and fish dumplings are fresh and bouncy, and they go well with the chilli sauce. The fish dumpling is quite unlike the other fish dumplings I have tried - the skin is chewier and the minced meat filling is well seasoned. I also like the addition of taupok stuffed with fish paste as it soaks up the delicious sauce and offers a different texture from the fishballs, fish cake etc.

Personally, I wish the fishballs are a little smaller so that it doesn’t get jelak towards the end of the meal. Nonetheless, this is still a pretty decent bowl of fishball noodles!

The fish dumplings are nicer than average. The fish balls are also quite bouncy. It's nicer than the average noodles. Do give it a try if you happen to be around this area.

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A bowl of dry chilli noodles comes with ~ signature fish dumplings, fishballs, meat balls and fish cakes.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/song-kee-eating-house/


To my surprise I saw a plate of piping hot char kway teow being delivered to the table beside me at Song Kee, which as far as I know only had fishball noodles in all their glorious variations on the menu. It was only after I had finished my meal that I realised they had taken over the vacancy next door and were in the midst of transforming it into what looked like an air-conditioned “tze char” restaurant.

Curious, I ordered a plate to try even though I had already eaten. It is a decent rendition, with a nice level of smokiness and pork slices in place of fishcake, but could definitely do with stronger seasoning and a dash more lard, but that’s probably due to the chef being new and the kitchen still working out its kinks. Will definitely be back to try again when the restaurant proper officially opens.

Taste: 3/5

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Thankfully, Mr and Mrs Mohgan were sold out that morning during the nth time I visited, so that drove us to this fishball noodles place nearby. And it was so good.
It's all about the her keow (fish dumplings) kiapped by the chopsticks pictured here. I went with no expectations, but my eyes lit up as I was surprised by how flavourful those fillings within were. It's pork fillings definitely, but that marinate for the fillings sets this apart from other her keow, although they are all wrapped in a thin and smooth fish skin. The fishballs and other ingredients here are quite good too, being soft and bouncy.
I've heard they were better when they were at Serangoon, which I've never visited even though it was nearer then, cos of the long queues. But @mininomster said it could be because of the old school and dirty feel of that coffeeshop, while the new outlet felt too clean.


Very straightforward menu - dry or soup noodles. Opted for dry mee tai bak, Al dente but wished it had more flavour. The fishballs were good but definitely the star of the show is the fish dumplings. Very flavourful and good meat to skin ratio. Yums!