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汕源鱼圆肉脞面 (San Yuan Gourmet) – Ang Mo Kio, Singapore


Was told that this is a 24hrs stall and I decided to check it out since I was around the area. Wasn’t difficult to find them, just have to listen out for ladle-clanging-on-porcelain-bowl sound and you’ll find them.

Naturally when I was there, there’s a queue. I dunno if the queue was there because the noodles are damn good or it’s because it’s the only noodle stall there 24hrs? Only way is to find out.

Long queue lah…

My bowl of Bak Chor Mee $3

Interesting they have crispy ikan bilis inside. Adds to the flavours.

Fishball soup $2

Rating: 4.5/5.

Taste: Really like the taste of the noodles but I found the noodles were a little soggy for me. The pork lard bits were crispy and burst in my mouth. The addition of ikan bilis was a final touch to the whole awesome taste. Pork and liver were very fresh and cooked to perfection without blood sightings. Fishballs were smooth and springy type. Overall was good.

Portion: Good portions.

Service: Self-service.

Ambience: Hawker centre, very dim lighting, dirty tables cos no cleaners at night.

Price: $3 for noodles, $2 for fishballs soup

RTE: I might… cos there’s a 24hrs Giant supermarket and bakery there catered for people like me.

Location: 527 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-148


没问题什锦肉脞面 (Assorted Minced Meat Noodles) – Compassvale, Singapore


Was taking a break the other day and came across this food court. As there were nothing much that interest me, I decide to give this minced pork noodles a try.

Secret to great tasting noodles!


The bowl of goodness comes with 2 very fresh shrimps, sliced fishcake, 2 fishballs, pork slices and pork lard. The noodles are very different; eggy, supple, and very yummy. Not your regular alkaline tasting HK noodles. Really love the texture of it! Fishballs are really nice and soft too!


$3.50 (Noodles), $3 (Fishball soup 8 balls)





Waiting Time:

5-10 mins.




267B Compassvale Link Happy Hawkers


6am to 12pm, 6pm to 12am.

添南興肉脞面 (Minced Pork Noodle) – Bedok, Singapore


I was told that this Bak Chor Mee stall is better than the ones at Block 85 of Bedok so here I am. See review below.

I love the broth, cos the raw minced pork is mixed inside the broth before serving, giving it a very yummy meaty taste to every spoonful. And there are bits of fried bonito (tee por) inside to make the soup even more flavourful. Noodles are springy but not the best of noodles though.






Pay and wait to be served.

Waiting Time:




Location & Contacts:

511 Bedok North Street 3 #01-10

Seng Huat Bak Chor Mee – Bugis, Singapore


Bak Chor Mee or Minced Pork Noodles are everywhere in Singapore and to be honest, I’ve never considered Seng Huat’s BCM to be written here. I was around in Bugis with another fellow foodie and decided to grab a bowl to try.

Stall front
I ordered the dried mee sua to test how good their cooking skills. Check out the amount of ingredients for $3.50.
One look you’ll know this soup has gone through many rounds of cooking the ingredients.

Rating: 4.5/5.

Taste: Very well cooked mee sua. It doesn’t clump together! The ingredients also quite a lot for the price. A little on the salty side if not will be a perfect score. Prolly due to continuous cooking throughout the day. Overall really yummy!

Portion: Below average.

Service: Self-service but I was served. Pretty hard to get the service staff’s attention.

Ambience: Warm. Coffeeshop with no aircon.

Price: $3.50.

RTE: Yes!

Location: 492 North Bridge Road (opposite Bugis Junction MOS burger). Operating hours: 24 hours.