91 Whampoa Drive
#01-14/15 Whampoa Makan Place Block 91
Singapore 320091

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05:00pm - 09:30pm

05:00pm - 09:30pm

05:00pm - 09:30pm

05:00pm - 09:30pm

05:00pm - 09:30pm

05:00pm - 09:30pm

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I was here at 8am On the first Saturday of 2021. It was windy and rainy...and there was NO QUEUE. There are many Teochew fishball noodle stalls around. Some tout handmade fishballs. This one...less artisan, more value for money. The common man’s meepok/kway teow. Get the $4 and you have a wantons, sliced pork, fish and pork balls. The sole powder game is strong in the soup! I would recommend kway Teow/mee for the contrasting textures!

This stall at Whampoa Hawker Centre sells one of the best mince meat noodle that I have tasted so far.
For $4, there is so much ingredients (mince meat, sliced meat, meatball, wanton)and the noodles are handmade, not like the type that you get from a typical mince meat noodle. The texture is a on the softer side but it is just nice for me.
Queue moves quite fast as there are 2 'stations' :)
Will surely come back again to try their other selections.

Generous of slices fish, yam served with tasty charcoal fish broth.
Don’t forget to order preserve vegetables and braised meat to accompany the fish soup. 💰price depend on fish selection.
📍 Xing Heng Feng Guo Tiao Tan.
Whampoa Dr Blk 91 #01-14/15.


This is a not-so-hidden gem judging from the long waiting time and crowd once it starts to turn dark and the fish head steamboat emerges at around 5pm. A unique Jekyll and Hyde situation but you have definitely got to try at least once and I will promise you that you will keep returning. Relatively inexpensive with the smallest pot at $25 for the sea bream, this is one of the long standing steamboats that still uses charcoal instead of the usual gasoline. As a result, you can detect the smokey aroma with every slurp and the flavour is further accentuated with the fish bones and dried sole fish (ti po) as it adds a natural sweetness and umami-ness into the broth. They do have several appetizers such as preserved vegetables, braised meat, braised eggs and braised beancurd puffs (tau pok) to keep you occupied before the actual star of the show arrives.
Xing Heng Feng Guo Tiao Tan
Address: 91, Whampoa Drive, Whampoa Market, Singapore 320090
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[22 Aug 18] Not a great fan of chai yu so didn’t super like the soup. But if you love it this dish would be great! Fish was fresh!! My mum really enjoyed it especially after a rainy day :) Waited for about an hour on PH night😥


Saw the queue and decided to try it - and it was delish! Reminded me of the Mee Pok place that I used to frequent at Margaret Drive hawker Center 15 years back. Mee Pok was done just nice, mixed well with chilli and very generous with the meat, meatballs and pork lard. Def a must!

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