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Heong Huat Fishball Noodle, $2.50 | A humble bowl of noodles, in soup or tossed dry with minced meat and other ingredients, is one of the simplest hawker meals that one can find for $2.50. At Ghim Moh Market, Heong Huat Fishball Noodles serves a portion packed with ingredients and lots of bite. Choose from different types of noodles: mee pokmee kia or kway teow. The dry noodles are evenly coated with sauce and come topped with fish cake, fish dumplings, minced meat and fish balls. Fried shallots and fried bits of lard add some sinful texture to the noodles. The accompanying soup is less salty than most we have tried. For more $2.50 dishes reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/what-to-eat-for-2-50-and-under--*gid-232e3101/photos/?oauth_token=e09721797fbc62a82b6b00259a58552d&oauth_verifier=0c3be169759169884775351860bee1ad#c4240800

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• 09 Mar 2015 • 353 reviews • 3 followers

Not Value-for-Money Fishball Noodles at Ghim Moh Market

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At my regular visit to Ghim Moh Hawker Centre for breakfast last weekend and decided to give this noodle stall a try.

Noodles are sold at $3, $4 or $5.

I ordered a kway teow & Mee soup, and was charged $3.

Back at my table, I could count the items in my order:
- 1 Fishball
- 1 Teochew fishball
- 1 'Hee Keow' (Triangle fish dumpling) 
- Several thin slices of fish cake
- Some minced meat

Portion is not filling and I find this over-priced. 

I find the noodles passable, but not 'wow'. 

Not value-for-money.

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Heong Huat Fishball Noodle, $2.50 | A humble bowl of noodles, in soup or tossed dry with minced meat and other ingredients, is one of the simplest hawker meals that one can find for $2.50. At Ghim Moh Market, Heong Huat Fishball Noodles serves a portion packed with ingredients and lots of bite. Choose from different types of noodles: mee pokmee kia or kway teow. The dry noodles are evenly coated with sauce and come topped with fish cake, fish dumplings, minced meat and fish balls. Fried shallots and fried bits of lard add some sinful texture to the noodles. The accompanying soup is less salty than most we have tried. For more $2.50 dishes reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/what-to-eat-for-2-50-and-under--*gid-232e3101/photos/?oauth_token=e09721797fbc62a82b6b00259a58552d&oauth_verifier=0c3be169759169884775351860bee1ad#c4240800
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