20 Ghim Moh Road
#01-11 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre
Singapore 270020

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06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm


06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm

06:00am - 01:00pm

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El dente noodles with their hand made fishballs, fishcakes and fish dumplings.

No Minced pork here. Totally Fish.

Fish Dumplings and Fishball were awesome, burst if flavours with the 1st bite

Expect Long Queue during meal times. At least 40mins on a Sunday lunch hour.

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Arrived just before 11am and the queue was 7 in front of me. I saw almost everyone ordering extra fish cake and wantan so I decided to emulate them (follow the crowd).
Mee Kia dry ($5), extra fish cake ($1.50) and 4 extra wantan ($1.60). Total damage came up to $8.10.

There’s a lot going on for my noodles so tackle them one by one. First of all the soup. It was sweet from the cabbage and wolfberry seeds and full of umami from boiling of fish balls. These fishballs were obviously factory made but quite bouncy with good bite and salty enough. The fish cakes were nice from the deep fried crispy edges but lacked the flavour of the fishballs. Wantans were deep fried to perfection and the pork filling still moist and juicy inside biscuit like crispy Wantan skin. Top marks this one. Last but not least, there was also a piece of fish dumpling which tasted very normal.

As for the noodles, I am glad I asked for normal amount of chilli sauce and extra vinegar. The chilli sauce packed quite a bit of heat. Together with the piquant vinegar, each coated strand of mee kia was heavily. The noodles were al dente enough, testimony to the skills of the cook. I must say this is one of the best mee kia I have eaten in the last three months. Portion is just right for $5 so if you are felling extra pecking, ask for extra noodles and pay $0.50 more.

Certainly coming back to try their kway teow and mee pok. After all, besides the good taste, we should support next generation hawkers and preserve our heritage.

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Ordered mee kia and surprisingly their noodles tasted really good even though it was takeaway. It wasn’t lumpy like what you will encounter from other takeaways. Noodles were springy, well tossed in chilli and vinegar which was appetising. Their fish cakes were tasty and had great texture. This is definitely one of the best noodles I’ve tasted.

Helmed by a young hawker and his mum, one big feature of this stall is their fresh homemade fishballs, fishcakes and dumplings. It was a huge portion for the price (you can also opt for less noodles at $3.20), just look at that number of fishcakes and everything! Noodles were super springy but the chili vinegar concoction wasn't a hit for us (would have liked it stronger). I did like that their soup came with wolfberries, you get that nice subtle sweetness at the end, so I'd probably go for the soup versions instead in future! Heard from aunty that they usually sell out before 2pm, so be sure to come by early.

📍Tom's Citizoom Mee Pok Tar
Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre #01-11
🕕 6am to 1pm+ Daily, Closed on Tuesdays and Public Holidays


One of the best in town. At $3.50, you can get a good portion of mee kia, 1 whole fishcake and 3 handmade fish balls in soup with wolf berries. Since Dads are the best, I get to enjoy another fishcake 👅 Definitely my fix whenever I crave for fishcakes/ fish balls:) #BurppleMajulahMakan