Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle – Delicious Fish Maw Soup in Serangoon Gardens
Nothing is more welcoming that a rich bowl of fishmaw soup filled with generous servings of minced pork, pork liver and quality fish maw, topped with braised mushroom slices. Seng Kee has been in business for 36 years. Owner Mr Lee started out in Eunos before settling here in Serangoon Gardens a few years ago. He is well known for tossing his bowl up into the air when he is cooking his Bak Chor Mee.
I have been a loyal fan of Seng Kee for many years. Just that whenever I visit, my camera is not with me and hence the delay in this posting. A few weeks ago, I went back to fix my BCM cravings and was shocked that the stall was closed. When I posted it in Instagram, Mr Lee’s daughter, Melody, informed me that they have shifted a few stalls away (stall 36). Phew! So I went back again last week and got my cravings satisfied!
Go for the $10 one lah, confirm you won’t regret! This is a fish maw Mee to try. Each bowl of cloudy soup is so tasty and full of flavours. Boiled with pork bones for hours, dried sole fish (ti poh) was added for extra depth and umami. When you watch the video, you will hear Mr Lee exclaiming that he uses premium quality fish maw which has soaked all the essence from the soup. Each bowl of $10 fish maw soup also includes pork slices, minced pork and braised mushrooms.
The noodles are cooked till al dente and tossed with their chilli and thick mushroom sauce. Mr Lee said that the mushrooms are braised for at least 4 hours with some spices and it indeed goes well with the noodles. And super addictive. To be honest, Serangoon Gardens is not too convenient for us but whenever I have the chance, I would gladly make a detour just for Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle. That’s it, one of my favourite BCM blogged!
Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle
Address: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-36 Serangoon Garden Market, Singapore 555945
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 7.30am to 1.30pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays
MissTamChiak.com paid its own meal at the stall featured here.