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From the Burpple community

Chanced upon a very unassuming fishball noodles stall and was rather impressed with their bowl of noodles!

I got their Signature Teochew Noodles ($5.50 for large) and I must say it came pretty generous with ingredients. From 2 rather large prawns to fish dumplings to huge chunks of braised mushrooms, there were many to savour! The noodles were soaked in quite abit of vinegar with pretty spicy chilli, and I fell in love with the old school taste that I very much remembered when I was young! I wouldn't say this is one of the best bowl of noodles, but definitely better than average.

This is one bowl to check out if you are in the area!

Lao Cai Shi Fishball Noodles

Love the texture of this cheong fun. The filling is rich and generous.


Chicken wing and fish paste beancurd skin. A rare economical beehoon supper spot. Not my first time having the wing. It's juicy but quite bland. The fish paste beancurd skin is rare that's why I ordered it. It's not bad.

Soya bean milk and grass jelly. Too sweet. But also shiok. Haha.

This is my first and most probably my last time visiting Tanglin Halt Food Centre as the place is due to be demolished by end of this year for future housing developments. We tried the food from most of the recommended stalls there, except the peanut pancake which was the only food regret that day as they sell out by the time we are there at 11:30am.
✨ Tanglin Halt Food Centre
📍 1A Commonwealth Drive, Singapore 141001
🍴 [Self Funded]



*pickled cabbage*


Affordable, convenient in a space-saving packet. Considered it a product made in Singapore, it tastes decent and made to suit the local taste.

Goes well with teochew porridge whenever I feel like eating "healthy or clean".

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