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Zhong Xing Foo Chow Fishballs

Asian, Chinese, Foochow

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3 votes

93675420

Mon: 07:30 - 17:00

Wed - Sun: 07:30 - 17:00

Closed: Tue

Sticking to the tradition, this stall makes its fuzhou fishballs from fresh fish and minced pork daily. Beside Fuzhou fishballs, lor mee is also available. See what foodies like this place for
MissTamChiak • 09 May 2012158 reviews 108 followers

Zhong Xing Foo Chow Fish Ball & Lor Mee started in 1942 in China Street. Current owner of the stall, Madam Wong, has been helping her father for more than 20 years. After her father passed away, Madam Wong and her husband manage the stall and relocated the main branch to Silat Avenue last September.
 
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Her brother has also opened another branch in Maxwell Food Centre from 1987. He would travel...

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Zhong Xing (China St) Foo Chow Fish Ball & Lor Mee (Silat Ave)

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  • Zhong Xing Foo Chow Fish Ball Soup ($3.50)Zhong Xing Foo Chow Fish Ball Soup ($3.50)
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MissTamChiak • 09 May 2012158 reviews 108 followers

Zhong Xing Foo Chow Fish Ball & Lor Mee started in 1942 in China Street. Current owner of the stall, Madam Wong, has been helping her father for more than 20 years. After her father passed away, Madam Wong and her husband manage the stall and relocated the main branch to Silat Avenue last September.
 
Click here to read more.  
 
Her brother has also opened another branch in Maxwell Food Centre from 1987. He would travel...

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Zhong Xing (China St) Foo Chow Fish Ball & Lor Mee (Silat Ave)
Dr Leslie Tay • 09 Nov 2011249 reviews 562 followers

There aren't many stalls left selling Fuzhou fishballs since the Fuzhou (Hockchew) community in Singapore is pretty small, so I haven't actually eaten Fuzhou fishball which I would highly recommend until now.
Besides fishball filled with minced pork, this stall also sells meatballs which are equally addictive and a very interesting dumpling wrapped in "yan pi". The owner of the stall explained to me that "yan pi" is a dumpling skin made from hammering pork till it becomes a resilient,...

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