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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Upside Portion comes Abalone.
+$1 for 2 additional fishball.

Had wanted to eat this fishball noodles ever since I watch FoodKing doing a review for this place. But couldn't make it here easily as they only opened during working hours and are closed on Sunday.

The fishballs was so soft and springy and flavourful, u could cut it in half easily with your chopstick.

The meatballs were also soft and springy.

The mee pok soaks up the chilli and vinegar well.

The abalone was fleshy and adds an umami taste to the entire dish.

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Despite living in the West, this is actually BB's first time having Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodle @ahhuateochewnoodle at their shop! Initially thought $6 is a bit pricey for M portion but the portion turned out to be pretty generous. All the good stuff is handmade from scratch by Uncle Ah Hua & Jean, from the springy soft fishballs that are different (fresh & more fish paste: flour ratio) from your usual commercially made ones to bouncy & crunchy mentaiko prawn balls that are good additions to your home steamboat. ⚪️🟠 The mee pok is tossed well in the ketchup/pork lard mixture, though the texture could be more al dente (probably my fault because I took too long to feed my phone camera😆).🍜 ⁣

If you still feel peckish or want something to share with family or friends, you can get a bowl of their handmade Yong Tau Foo.⁣
📍 Address: 415 Pandan Gardens, #01-117, Singapore 600415⁣

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If you're a westie, this store would have definitely popped up on your radar, or have been somewhere you already frequent!

Located within an industrial estate (although near some HDB blocks), Ah Hua Teochew Noodles serves up a zhng-ed up version of your usual fishball noodles.

Their version comes with prawn balls (with tobiko too) which adds another flavour option to the meal! You'd know everything is handmade based on the odd sizes that each ball comes in, which is a major plus for me given many fishball noodles stores these days serve machine made ones.

Their noodles are also well-cooked and has a great balance of chilli with that added savoury note with bak chor (minced pork) added on top!

The noodles were decent, my meepok was reasonably springy, but could do with more vinegar. The mee tai mak had sufficient vinegar tho. Ingredients-wise, there’s 2 types of fishballs (I prefer the scraggly looking one that looks more handmade as it’s softer), fishcakes, a prawn ball (was bouncy!), and 2 other items (idk how to describe them but they are made out of fish paste). Was decent but not impressive. They don’t serve the teochew herkiao in their noodles so u gotta order a separate bowl of soup with it, which I’ll do next time. Went for size M as per the lady’s advice, as she mentioned the size S ($5) one doesn’t have much ingredients. But I think I’ll stick to S bc M was a bit much!

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It's quite meaty, not the crystal prawn type. Rather firm too. It's alright and quite unique but I wasn't impressed at all

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Yeah it's pretty good, during weekdays it's not too crowded, we waited for less than 10mins and there wasn't a visible queue.

The dry oil was fragrant, imagine lard but lighter, and quite enjoyable. Not mindblowing tho, and the rest of the ingredients were soft and curd like due to the fish used but again not too crazy

Best to adjust expectations, and this isn't worth queue for millions of years. Take note it's in residential area so even if you come on weekday you're gonna have to queue at least a little while, unless u come before 750am

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