Thursday, August 09, 2007

Yong Kee Famous Fish Ball Noodle

Fishball Mee Pok

Not completely full from those baozi, we grabbed a bowl of fishball noodle from this other stall (6 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-121). It looked disappointingly dull when the thing first arrived, and it even featured one of those annoyingly useless leaves of lettuce as a garnish. But never judge a book by its cover, right?

Right. This thing actually turned out to be pretty darned good. Giving it a stir from the bottom unveiled all of the chili sauce and bits of fried pork lard hiding at the bottom. Perhaps more importantly, the noodles here were nearly perfect, being firm and full of character. We liked it so much that we went back for a second bowl.

Actually, there was a bit of vinegar in this thing too, so it's pretty clear why I liked it: it's got the same vinegar, fried pork lard, and mee pok noodles that I love about Tai Wah's bak chor mee. Mmm...


Mama BoK said...

Fishball noodles are my favourite..! Actually i have loads of favourites.. just because i haven't eaten them for so long..!

Kathy said...

The fishballs are handmade. And it's not every place that has the fish dumplings which you ate. They open till pretty late at night, so this is a good place to grab a bite after drinking.

Kathy said...

Oops. I was told they are "homemade", rather than hand-made. They are pretty firm to chew on, unlike most other fishball shops.

Anonymous said...

Actually, you should try the following stall for what is probably the best fishball noodle around:

Hock Seng Choon Fish Ball Kway Teow Mee
Block 16 Bedok South Road,
Singapore 460016

Operating Hours:
Daily (except Wednesday): Noon to 11.00 pm