Food Clay Art Part 12 / Where to eat fish ball noodles in Singapore
After making a bowl of fish ball soup miniature, you would have guessed that I would make a bowl of dry fish ball noodles. Instead of making the yellow noodles, I did the mee pok (flat yellow noodles) version this time. Actually, this is simpler as compared to the soup version as I don’t have to measure the amount of hardener that I have to pour into the bowl.
A typical bowl of fish ball mee pok is served with fish balls, sliced fish cakes, minced meat, meat balls, lettuce or bean sprouts. As my bowl is too small, I decided to do without the sliced fish cakes. The bowl is approximately 4cm in diameter, which is much smaller than the prawn noodles (i.e. 6cm).
I added chilli sauce at a corner and sprinkle some spring onion, mushroom slices and minced meat. The black mushroom slices looks weird if added too much, so I can only sprinkle a bit. The most important step when making a bowl of fish ball mee pok is to make the mee pok quickly and in equal proportions.
I love my fish ball mee pok!
Where to eat Fishball Noodles?
If you are craving for a bowl of fish ball noodles, here’s my recommended list of fish ball noodles stalls in Singapore.
1. Li Xin Chao Zhou Fishball Noodle
Address: 2 Orchard Turn,
Food Opera, B4 of ION Orchard
Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 10am to 10pm, Fri-Sat: 10am to 11pm
2. Ru Ji Kitchen
Address: Block 44 Holland Drive
Holland Drive Market and Food Centre #02-28
Opening Hours: 7am to 1pm, Closed on Sunday
3. Hui Ji Fishball Noodle/Yong Tau Foo
Address: Tiong Bahru Food Centre #02-44
Opening Hours: 7am to 2pm
4. Song Kee Fishball Noodles
Address: Blk 75 Food Centre
Toa Payoh Lor 5 #01-354
Opening Hours: 10.30am to 12am, Closed Alt Wed
5. 132 Mee Pok Kway Teow
Address: Blk 59 Marine Terrace
MP 59 Food House #01-05
Opening hours: 7am to 3.30pm; closed on Mon and 1st & 3rd Sun of the month