Makansutra Singapore Food Ebook 2023/24

Joo Chiat Chiap Kee

Blk 216 Bedok North St 1 #01-31 (Map) 7am – 1.30pm Wed

The texture of the fishball has a fragile firmness and it surrenders to your first bite very easily and collapses as you chew in. The mild fishiness is on point. The soup has that clarity and old flavour that comes from boiling fishballs that are made with salt, seasoning and fish paste, hence that distinct yet simple taste. The mee pok tah noodles is just moist enough and you don’t get a big ladle of soup mixed with the sambal at the base which can “mush up” the noodles. The simple sambal takes nothing away from the flavour of the mee pok noodles. On a light mea day, try their kway teow soup – smooth and slippery with a clear broth dotted with lard croutons. Very comforting.

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