415 Pandan Gardens
Singapore 600415

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07:30am - 03:00pm


07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

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Back here for their Signature Mee Tai Mak with bouncy handmade Fishballs, my favorite Meatballs and Veggie Roll. Add on with a bowl of Teochew Kiao. Shiokness.

Location: Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodles, 415 Pandan Gardens, #01-117, Singapore 600415

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It’s double shiok when I have it at shop.
Flavourful mee tai mak tossed in special sauce, and served with the bo handmade meatball and fishball.
This time I tried their latest creation, prawn ball. It’s really good, good for CNY steamboat.
📍Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodle.
415 Pandan Garden, #01-117.

Looking for a traditional olde taste hand made fish ball noodle ? Look no further, this humble looking HDB Shop House selling really mean hand made fish ball using high proportion of Yellow Fishtail, the mince pork ball is equally outstanding, it goes so perfectly with the well season mee por (no tomatoes & soya sauce), is done all denta for those like your noodle to be QQ. Love it. And very reasonably price too. Will definitely return.

Reached at 8am but they already had a very very strong queue going! Glad to be back again at Ah Hua for their signature mee tai mak that’s tossed in a shiok pork lard oil mix + a side of handmade fishballs, veggie rolls, meatballs and her giao. Always satisfying!


Something new at Ah Hua! Enjoyed these a lot, they were fresh, bouncy and crunchy. They’re also selling the fresh ones that you can get for your new year steamboats!

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I don't like fishball noodles and I was never a fan of them. This stall handmade their ingredients from scratch and you can literally taste the difference between theirs and the commercially made ones. The meatballs and fishballs are soft and chewy. Their chilli with the Mee Kia was sweet, spicy with hints of fried shallots. It was a wholesome dish and I would like to come back for the Mee tai mak another time.