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9 Circular Road
Singapore 049365

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Open 24 hours

Open 24 hours


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The vinegar is the most prominent taste, but in a good way. Mee sua was very slightly undercooked, but it was still okay. Not too bad


I stumbled upon this gem of a place after a workout session and I briefly recalled it's the famous noodle house that opens up till late. The mee sua looked seemingly plain but packs a punch of satisfaction. The noodles were smooth and complemented the chilli and vinegar well such that there is always a lingering sour taste to it.

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Yan Kee did stand out with its signature Bak Chor Mee Suah which was as flavourful but enjoyed with Mee Suah instead.
We liked that the Mee Suah was cooked just right unlike many others which tend to be soggy and overcooked. It’s also 24/7 less Sunday which will be good news for those in need of a quick and tasty fix anytime around the clock.

Had this at 10pm after our run, and it was a good choice! It’s open 24 hours. Actually I hate meesua, but this actually changed my mind about meesua as it wasn’t too floury. The meesua was soft but not soggy! I asked for extra vinegar so it was sour enough for me. The ikan bilis was crunchy, soup was tasty but could have a liiittle more depth. Would come back!

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Made a wrong decision to dapao.... Dine in should be a wiser choice! Small dried fish added the crunchy texture and additional flavor to the noodle. I'll come back for the dine - in dinner next time!

A familiar name (probably) for office workers in the CBD area, hungry stomachs after a few drinks at the pubs, or just supper-goers. Went straight for their minced pork noodles, which at $4, is very affordable. You’ve got your usual toppings of minced and lean meat, meatballs, and a mushroom (😐). The addition of ikan bilis was a new thing for me but it certainly added some crunch to the dish. Noodles were well-cooked, but I felt that the sauce wasn’t vinegary enough (compared to Ming Fa, or even the airport’s T3 Kopitiam’s ba chor mee). Although it’s a ‘lighter’ version of the ba chor mee that I know, I still wouldn’t mind enjoying it.