Song Kee Kway Teow Noodle Soup (Blk 75 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh Food Centre)

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Be prepared to wait at Song Kee for your super bouncy fishballs and crazy fragrant her giao (fish dumplings), because they sell really good food for supper!

75 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh
#01-354 Blk 75 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh Food Centre
Singapore 310075

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10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

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Another Song Kee. We went for the homemade fishballs first and were disappointed. They felt like factory-made.

Bought two packets of fishball noodles. Asked if that packet was chilli free and she replied, not chilli then ketchup right! Ask for cut chilli, uncle throw me the plastic bag and gave me the irritated look (mind u it was 3pm and I was the only customer, nobody was behind me so I wasn't holding up the queue) Fine I filled up myself and the soya sauce was dripped on the outside (im not a professional chilli packer) and I used the towel beside to wipe the packet and got scolded.

As I walked away from the stall I realised the food content was so hot that the orange outer plastic bag melted and fused together with the internal plastic that was holding my noodles! I don't know how much the plastic has leached into my noodles.

Anyway i ate the other bag, and no doubt the fishball was good, the noodles was just soaked in lard and chilli oil. It was too oily for me.

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Another queue you can find in this hawker centre would be this fishball noodle stall. They also sell otah separately.

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I was very excited to see the red color of the chili. Of cos I asked for extra chili. The handmade fish balls, meatballs and fish paste in tofu skin were incredibly delicious. But this bowl was too oily for me. The pork lard just added to the oiliness. The soup tasted very bland.

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The noodles were drenched in chilli oil, making it difficult to stomach after a while. The saving grace was the bouncy (handmade!) fishball noodles which were plentiful.
At $3.50 for a bowl, it was expected that the noodle portion be less than satisfactory. Still a bit of a let down though.


This is from Toa Payoh, havnt been here since radio shift days, where I could come for supper.
Fish ball and handmade meat balls Mee pok drenched in this chili oil. Simple stuff but satisfying. It's the lard, I tell you.