Top 10 Bak Chor Mee in Singapore
Minced meat noodle also known as Bak Chor Mee in hokkien, is one of the hawker popular dishes in Singapore. There are two different types of noodles, you can choose either thin or thick yellow egg noodle, with soup or without the soup, spicy or non-spicy. The portion normally serves with fresh minced meat, meatball, pork slices, pork liver, stewed mushroom and pork lard. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore.
1. Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles
Introduction: The bak chor mee at Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles is one of the top 3 bak chor mee stalls in Singapore.
Offerings: Wanna to have a bowl of rich and tasty mushroom stew sauce on your minced meat noodles? It carrying by a good amount of sweetness from its mushroom while the noodle comes with pork liver, fish cake, mince pork and sliced pork. The liver is cooked just before it reach the point of doneness, with a hint of pinkness. Pork meat is tender as it was coated with corn flour while the fish cake is crunchy externally and soft internally. You also can add some black vinegar to enrich your minced meat noodles flavors.
Location: 1382 Serangoon Road, Singapore 328254
Contact: +65 97579297
2.Seng Kee Bak Chor Mee
Introduction: A long-time hawker stall, Seng Kee Bak Chor Mee has been running over 36 years and operated by the owner Mr. Lee and daughter Melody.
Offerings: What so special about Seng Kee’s bak chor mee? It’s their sliced mushroom! The owner braised the mushrooms for at least 4 hours for full flavour. They also use yellowtail to make their fishcake, and in addition to the crispy lard, they give thin strips of braised pork belly. Besides, the noodles were cooked to the right texture by the owner, and tossed in a thick mushroom sauce and some chillies. Their pork based soup is cloudy with a good chance of rain of umami flavours. They boil pork bones for hours and add dried sole for extra flavour.
Location: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-36, Singapore 555945
Contact: +65 8439 0434
3.Lai Heng Mushroom Minced Meat Mee
Introduction: Popular among Toa Payoh residents, Lai Heng Mushroom Minced Meat Mee serves up a pretty good bowl of bak chor mee.
Offerings: Do you want to try a chewy but not tough minced meat noodle? Come try out the noodles in Lai Heng Mushroom Minced Meat Mee. The al dente noodles and clean tasting broth combine well with the spongy savoury braised mushroom, nicely done pork liver slices, lean pork slices, shell fish slices and bits of crispy pork crackling to create a dish which is filling, comforting and satisfying.
Location: 73 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, 310073 Singapore
Contact: +65 9620 2074
4.Ding Ji Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles
Introduction: Located in a coffeeshop along Bishan Street 22, Ding Ji has various outlets across town and it is managed by Fei Siong Group.
Offerings: Ding Ji Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles always served their eater a bowl of good noodles with high quality of ingredients. Their noodles are served dry, topped with strips of stewed mushroom. The fish maw comes in a separate bowl of eggdrop soup, together with fishballs, dumplings, pork and pig liver.
Location: Bishan Street 22, #01-211 Block 284, Singapore 570284
Contact: +65 6779 8980
5. 58 Minced Meat Noodle
Introduction: 58 Minced Meat Noodle has been operating for more than 15 years at its present location by serving the “dry” version of Bak Chor Mee.
Offerings: Looking for the taste of nostalgia? Here, you can grab the traditional dry minced meat noodle. Their bowl of minced meat noodle were a combination of a tad starchy noodles with the seasoning of spice and vinegar. Their pork livers were cooked perfectly off-pink, and the mushroom gave its umami.
Location: 3 Yung Sheng Road, Taman Jurong Market #03-150 Singapore 618499
Contact: +65 9336 0633
6. YAN KEE NOODLE HOUSE
Introduction: Yan Kee Noodle House is a 24 hours noodle joint specialising in minced pork noodles. The prominent supper spot is popular for its array of local noodle dishes, especially their signature Dry Mee Sua.
Offerings: Have you ever tried bak chor mee sua before? Come try it out at Yan Kee Noodle House. Their well-cooked mee sua comes with minced pork, lean pork, meatball, fresh lard, crunchy ikan bilis (anchovies), mushroom, fried wanton. and a lots of vinegar. Their mee sua absorbs the sauce wondrously. If you wanna add spicy into your noodles, you can add their specialty chilli sauce which was made fresh in-house daily.
Location: 9 Circular Road Singapore 049365
7. Seng Huat Bak Chor Mee
Introduction: Seng Huat Eating House is a 24-hour establishment serving bak chor mee and fishball noodles.
Offerings: Their bowl of Bak Chor Mee (at $4) served with a crown of fried anchovies, diced scallions and a heaping mound of minced pork, lean pork, braised shiitakes and chilli and vinegar-soaked egg noodles. You also can choose to add on their handmade bounciness fishballs to your noodles. There were a sour, spicy, savoury, meaty, sweet taste, its like a group of symphony on your tongue. Come grab one of it.
Location: 492 North Bridge Road, Seng Huat Eating House, Singapore 188737
8. Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodle
Introduction: Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodles is one of the best places in the East to have suppers if you’re craving the soup version of bak chor mee (at $4).
Offerings: Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodles offers a simple and minimalistic bak chor mee, which comes in a bowl of robust sweet pork stock, chewy meatballs and topped with spring onions and chopped chilli. This bowl is the perfect comfort food on rainy days.
Location: 85 Bedok North Rd, #01-18, Singapore 460085
9.Kim Bak Chor Mee
Introduction: Kim Bak Chor Mee is a minced meat noodles (bak chor mee) stall operated by an elderly man called Mr Ng. The stall located along Balestier Road has garnered quite a fair amount of reputation on the blogsphere in this year.
Offerings: For only $4, you will get a bowl of bak chor mee topped with braised mushroom and a bowl of soup with ingredients of sliced meat, pork liver, minced meat and meatballs. A bits of crispy pork lards are added to enhance its flavor. Their broth also has its natural sweetness. A more rustic taste added when you add their special made chilli sauce to your noodles.
Location: 558 Balestier Road #01-400, Singapore 329874 (junction of Ah Hood Road)
10. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Introduction: Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle is the oldest bak chor mee stall in Singapore in 1932. The owner, Mr Tang are the first family to create a popular version of bak chor mee which brings black vinegar and chilli paste together with egg noodles and minced pork. Now, it’s an iconic dish in Singapore. It also won 1 MICHELIN Star in Singapore Michelin Guide 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Offerings: Their al-dente springy noodles tossed in a savoury vinegary sauce, filled with tender pork and liver slices, minced pork, dumplings, and a sprinkling of fried sole fish. Their bowl of rich and flavourful soup were added with some seaweed and salted Vege. Their sauce robust with a mixture of tastes all in one bite.
Location: 466 Crawford Ln, #01-12, Singapore 190466
Contact: +65 6292 7477
11.Ah Hoe Mee Pok
Introduction: Located in a kopitiam among residential flats in Clementi, run by Mr Kuribara and his daughter. The dishes here incorporate well-loved Japanese flavours seamlessly into bak chor mee. So are you a curious foodie? Ah Hoe Mee Pok won’t disappoint you.
Offerings: A Japanese Chef is cooking a local bak chor mee in the town! Their mushrooms are braised in a pot, which are tastier and adds much flavour to the overall dish. As for the noodles, they are firm and springy. The best part is each strand having coated consistently with the sauce. Besides, a bowl of noodles (at $5 only) comes with three slices of abalone and five meat balls. It is so worth to have a nice and cheap noodles in town.
Location: Blk 710 Clementi West St 2, Weng Kwang Coffee House, Singapore 120710
Contact: +65 87421341
12.Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面
Introduction: Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian was started by Mr Sim Geok Him in 1968 as a roadside stall at Changi, and moved to the current Fengshan Food Centre during 1976. It is listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide with the L’Assiette Michelin or the Michelin Plate.
Offerings: Prefer a WET version of bak chor mee? Come visit Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian. They are offers a simple style of soup bak chor mee (at only $3.00, $4.00). A combination of its inhouse-made egg noodles, meatballs, minced meat, chopped red chili, and light savoury pork broth work very well. Their noodles had a pleasurable, springy ‘QQ’ texture with an al-dente-like bite, that match so well with the clear soup.
Location: #01-07, Fengshan Centre, Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 461085
Contact: +65 9486 8126
13. Lam’s Abalone Noodle Restaurant
Introduction: Mr Yap Eng Lam, also known as Ah Lam, begans honing his craft as an apprentice at his uncle’s minced meat noodles stall. In 1975, he opened his first stall in a coffee shop in Race Course. Over the years, Ah Lam maintained his food quality, while innovating new flavours to suit tastebuds which have changed with time. He is the first person to introduce abalone dishes into coffee shops, and the abalone noodles is now the best-selling dish.
Offerings: Lam’s Abalone Noodles are offering a bowl of bak chor mee-style noodles served with minced pork, crunchy bits of deep-fried pork lard, pungent slabs of pork liver and a sliver of fragrant grilled tee po (dried flat fish) topped with braised and skewered abalone cubes.
Location: 460 Race Course Road, Singapore 218700
Contact: +65 6398 1154
14. Ming Fa Fishball (Tampines)
Introduction: Mingfa’s history goes back to 1946, where their business started on a pushcart along the street of Chinatown. Before long, more local delights such as minced pork noodles, chicken cutlet noodles, laksa, and curry chicken grew in popularity.
Offerings: Ming Fa Fishball do offer traditional version of Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles with Prawns to all their eaters. The thin yellow noodles cooked to al-dente springiness. Tossed in chilli, oil and vinegar. Served with braised mushrooms, minced meat, fishballs and prawns.
Location: 51 Tampines Ave 4 Stall 73, Singapore 529684
15.Noi’s Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles
Introduction: Noi’s Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle is famous for their bak chor mee, mushroom minced meat noodle, mee pok, and serves variety of Chinese cuisine.
Offerings: Are you a vinegar lover? Then you have to try the minced meat noodle in Noi’s Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles. Their bak chor mee has consistently wowed the crowd with their spicy vinegary meepok, savoury minced meat, and flavourful mushrooms. Here, they are using prawns as the substituted of pig liver. Their mushroom sauce also balances out the tang from the vinegar, creating an unique bowl of bak chor mee that you should try.
Location: 588F Jalan Datoh, Singapore 329899
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