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Song Kee Fishball Noodle (Upper Serangoon) (松记鱼丸面)

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Song Kee Fishball Noodle serves fishball noodles with homemade fishballs made from pure yellowtail fish meat.

Daily: 12:00 - 18:00

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Song Kee Fishball Noodle 松记鱼丸面- fish dumpling or fish “her giao”鱼饺was one of the best !

Song Kee Fishball noodle at Serangoon road has no official opening hours, they may open anytime from 6.30pm to 7.30pm for business and you just have to depend on your luck. On the day of visit, we waited till 7.20pm before the shutters were drawn up; however, the long queue had already formed, waiting patiently for the door to open.     Song Kee fish roll, fish dumpling and fish ball soup. The standard soup is typically served with fish balls, fish dumpling, fish roll and Tao pok stuffed with fish paste. The soup base was light milky white in colour; a good sign – only long hours of boiling could emulsify bone and other ingredients to achieve such a milky white stock. It may look ordinary – but the taste was really spectacular. The melding of sweetness and tastiness was simply divine. The fish dumpling or fish “her giao”鱼饺was one of the best we have tried so far.    Song Kee Mee Pok dried with chili sauce.  We could not find fault with the noodles here, as the one we tried had the right amount of springiness, neither too soggy nor too dry. The seasoning was heavily loaded with dried shrimps to enhance the fragrance of the dish, though it was still not quite as flavourful as some other good fish ball noodles we’ve tried. That might be due to the lack of pork lard, which compromised the taste a little, but overall it was still a great bowl of noodles that’s worth a try.   Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review.

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• 30 Sep 2014 • 131 reviews • 0 follower

Song Kee Fishball Noodle 松记鱼丸面- fish dumpling or fish “her giao”鱼饺was one of the best !

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Song Kee Fishball noodle at Serangoon road has no official opening hours, they may open anytime from 6.30pm to 7.30pm for business and you just have to depend on your luck. On the day of visit, we waited till 7.20pm before the shutters were drawn up; however, the long queue had already formed, waiting patiently for the door to open.     Song Kee fish roll, fish dumpling and fish ball soup. The standard soup is typically served with fish balls, fish dumpling, fish roll and Tao pok stuffed with fish paste. The soup base was light milky white in colour; a good sign – only long hours of boiling could emulsify bone and other ingredients to achieve such a milky white stock. It may look ordinary – but the taste was really spectacular. The melding of sweetness and tastiness was simply divine. The fish dumpling or fish “her giao”鱼饺was one of the best we have tried so far.    Song Kee Mee Pok dried with chili sauce.  We could not find fault with the noodles here, as the one we tried had the right amount of springiness, neither too soggy nor too dry. The seasoning was heavily loaded with dried shrimps to enhance the fragrance of the dish, though it was still not quite as flavourful as some other good fish ball noodles we’ve tried. That might be due to the lack of pork lard, which compromised the taste a little, but overall it was still a great bowl of noodles that’s worth a try.   Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review.
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• 13 Jul 2014 • 5 reviews • 20 followers

Noodles were too salty. Soup was too bland

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I don't know if it was the time of the day I went, bad food or just bad QC (since I've heard people raving about it before). 

Definitely recommend anyone to not bother standing in the humidity with a hungry stomach waiting/queueing for this. Totally not worth the wait. 

The only thing I didn't mind was the milo peng gao and the fishball with chives (not the original fishball). 

If you really want to try it, you might want to read my full review and some tips before heading over. 
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• 01 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 16 followers

Worst Service - It's definitely not the best

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I've been a regular and the minimum wait is always 30mins. So today after having our first serving of food, we ordered extra bowl of noodles. It tasted real bad and the noodle was undercooked. I talk to the lady and the chef about it and requested for another bowl and I wasnt trying to cheat them for a bowl or anything along that line.    They agreed unwillingly, SO HERE'S THE WORST PART: They RECOOK the leftover noodles that we tried and it was terribly OVERCOOKED and translucent.   Can you imagine our saliva in the boiling water? eew.. I wonder they did that how many times.    Never going back there again although it tasted pretty good.   My favourite meepok is at Jalan Membina foodcourt! Deserve a try since its only $3.20.   ciao.
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  • Overcooked noodles upon the request of NEW bowl of noodles because the previous one is uncooked.

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