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30 Seng Poh Road
Singapore 168898

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06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

06:00am - 11:00pm

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1. Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee
#02-01, 11am-3pm, 4.30-7.30pm
(Hokkien Mee,$4/$5$6)


1. HarriAnn’s Delights
#02-25, 6am-2pm, Closed Mon
(Assorted Tapioca Kueh, $3.20/8pcs)
2. Jian Bo Shui Kueh
#02-05, 6am-9pm
(Shui Kueh, $2.50/5pcs)

Also available in $5/$6

WAITING TIME: 10 mins on a Sunday morning

- Can choose noodles type (thick beehoon/thin beehoon/yellow noodles)
- Can request for no towgay
- Very generous with the ingredients
- Chilli goes so well as a dip for the sliced chicken, fishcake and beancurd
- Curry is fragrant. Not too thick, not too watery.


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A value for money bowl for what it’s served with! $3 and you get fishcakes, 3 fishballs, pork slices and a fish dumpling. Soup was bland, but the noodles were springy and tossed in a nice ketchup-chilli mix. Their queue moves rather slowly, so you might not want to get this if you’re having a quick lunch.

📍輝記魚圓面 • 釀豆腐 Hu Ji Fish Ball Noodle • Yong Tau Fu
Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre #02-44

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Here at Tiong Bahru Food Centre (there are 2 famous stalls here). Lor Mee 178’s signature Lor Mee ($3.00) is a bowl of thick, flat yellow noodles in viscous gravy (the lor). Unlike the ones in other Lor Mees, its flavourful gravy is not too starchy and has a good consistency to it. You could finish slurping a bowl without feeling too full.

Most people would add the crispy Shark Nuggets (not fins, don’t have to get overly triggered) for an additional dollar.
Where’s your favourite Lor Mee in Singapore?
#DFDHawker #DFDNoodles

This unassuming dish at at Tiong Bahru Market has captured the hearts of many locals and tourists for generations after generations. And I can see why.
The rice cake is firm and not mushy, the most important factor of a good chwee kueh. The preserved radish topping, or chye poh, isn't too salty. Every mouthful has a distinct taste of the shrimps and goes very well with the rice cake.
Although the business has expanded and you can find their chwee kueh in many malls, I still like to visit this humble outlet at Tiong Bahru Market and brave the queues. After all, this is where is first began.
📍30 Seng Poh Road
Tiong Bahru Market
# 02-05

Yong Tau Foo (8 piece for $4)- quite a good bowl of yong tau foo with fresh ingredients!

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