Top 10 Best Fishball Noodles In Singapore
A bowl of mouthwatering classic fishball noodles can be found easily at hawker stalls, food courts as well as coffee shops in Singapore. Fishball noodles normally served in either dry or soup form, and come with variety of noodles from mee pok to kway teow. The most important soul for this dish is fishball, a fresh and bouncy fishball would make your noodle more delicious. 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 Fishball Noodles in Singapore.
1.Ming Fa Fishball
Introduction: Mingfa’s history goes back to 1946, where their business started on a pushcart along the street of Chinatown. The founder, Lim Chye Kang, insisted that their fishballs were to be made from 100% fish meat and that they were to be made and sold on the spot. Today, the business lies mainly in manufacturing arm and retail arm, where they have 12 outlets islandwide and 5 outlets in Indonesia, Jakarta. From the traditional food stall in Chinatown to the more upscale Upper Thomson Outlet.
Offerings: Ming Fa’s signature dishes is their mushroom minced meat noodles with prawns. The mushroom minced meat noodles is an extremely affordable meal for its price. The thin yellow noodles cooked to al dente springiness,tossed in chilli, oil and vinegar , on top served with braised mushrooms, minced meat, fishballs and prawns. This could be a full meal on its own.
Location: 246b Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Garden Estate Singapore 574370
Contact: +65 6383 9338
2.Song Kee Fishball Noodle
Introduction: The popular family run kopitiam at Upper Serangoon Road first relocated to Tembeling Road at Joo Chiat in 2017 (the original Serangoon stall was taken over by the similarly named Finest Songkee’s Fishball Noodles, run by a cousin of Song Kee’s owners and completely unaffiliated).
Offerings: If you are wondering what’s so special about the dish (mee tai bak) it’s the fishball and the her keow (fish dumplings). It is no wonder that it tastes sumptuous as the handmade skin is made of fish paste that gives it a slimy yet chewing texture. The fillings are made with minced fish and pork meat that’s flavourful.
Location: 128 Tembeling RoadSingapore 423638
Contact: +65 9336 2745
Introduction: Yam Mee stall is located at Kovan 209 Market & Food Centre. One of their most popular dishes is mee pok fishball and the price is affordable.
Offerings: For $4, you can get yourself a bowl of mee kia with two fishballs, one meatball and a vegetable ball, topped with minced meat and juicy stewed mushrooms. The fishballs are succulent and have a nice bite to them. The noodles are tossed in lard, and their chilli packs a punch.The addition of fried shallots gave this dish a good crunch and a fragrant aroma. Taste is rich and flavorful.
Location: 209 Hougang Street 21#01-35 Kovan 209 Market & Food CentreSingapore 530209