500 Clemenceau Avenue North
#01-69 Newton Food Centre
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The highlight from this bowl is the her giao. thin chewy fish skin with generous amount of Liao, while The fishball are springy.
💰$5/ portion (pic is 2 portions).
📍 Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee.
500 Clemenceau Ave North, Newton Food Centre #01-69.

Heard that they are going to stop making the fish dumplings by end of June. Hopefully it is not true. 🤞🏻 Good to have this on days I am not feeling too well.

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Their huge handmade fish balls have a nice bite and are packed full of fish flavour, but you should definitely replace them (as I always do) with their delicate, slippery her-kiao (fish dumplings). With mounds of seasoned minced pork and sole fish encased in a thin skin made of fish paste and sweet potato starch, its playful slimy texture is like none other, at first fooling your mind into thinking that it’s a regular fish dumpling, but make no mistake—this isn’t the inedible factory-made shit. The smooth springy fish paste skin has a wonderful texture in the mouth, which teases away upon biting to reveal the flavourful pork filling. I could eat 100 of these, and as much as I wish I could eat them forever, my only hope is that the elderly brothers who run the stall don’t call it a day too soon.

No Go
Can Go
Must Go👍🏼


Mee pok.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/soon-wah-fishball-kway-teow-mee/

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Date visited: 4/5/2018 (Friday, 9:44pm)

I'm not sure if the fishballs and fish dumplings are handmade, but I would think so as the fishballs were uneven in sizes, suggesting that they were handmade.

The fishballs and fish dumplings are seriously underrated.

To say that this little Teochew gem (fish dumpling) shown in my photo is the best I had thus far, is not an exaggeration. Then again, there are few hawkers who still make/ sell fish dumplings.

Fish dumplings
Both the skin and the filling are awesome.
The fish paste skin is thin, translucent, Q, yet delicate.
The filling itself is flavourful; minced pork (flavoured with tee por powder or dried sole fish bones).
They are just very unlike the factory-made ones I have tried.

Fresh, bouncy/ springy and well-seasoned. They are huge as well.


Ever since moving to the west, it's been harder to travel east to visit Song Kee for Fishball Noodles. In my search for a worthy replacement in the west, I heard many recommendations for Soon Wah. They are hawker legends that originated from the Orchard/ Koek Road street stalls.Their Her kiao and fishballs are all handmade from scratch here. The use of "tee poh" or dried sole fish in their dumplings just takes them to another level. I really enjoyed eating the dumplings and fishballs here. The noodles are also cooked to perfection here. It's a really close fight between Song Kee and Soon Wah for me. By Proximity, I will definitely visit Soon Wah for the convenience. Probably one of the few stalls worth visiting at Newton food center!