30 Seng Poh Road
#02-44 Tiong Bahru Market
Singapore 168898

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Tuesday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Old-school and no-frills, this under-the-radar stall has been quietly serving since the 1970s.
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Regulars regard them well for their hearty portions at affordable prices, fresh ingredients, and their righteous gravy - a delicious and fragrant sweet savoury salty combination of pork lard, black vinegar, chili, and shallot oil.
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The fish balls and fish cake are properly springy with mild sweet savoury flavour, while the sliced pork is tender with a light chew and meaty sweet flavour.
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The succulent her giao / fish dumpling has a pleasing meaty fishy note. The mee pok / wide flat egg noodles have a soft chew, picking up the delicious gravy well.
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Most folks also add-on their YTF for added oomph.
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Fish Ball Noodles
Hui Ji Fishball Noodles & Yong Tau Foo
@ Tiong Bahru Market & Hawker Centre, 30 Seng Poh Road #02-44
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2023/02/best-of-singapore-hawkers-fishball-noodles.html

I have been craving a good bowl of noodles for quite some time and managed to satisfy it at a quiet non-descript stall at Tiong Bahru Market.

Hui Ji is one of those interesting stalls which serves both fishball noodles and yong tau foo. But fret not because it usually comes with the best of both worlds. My $4 bowl of fishball noodles comes with big bouncy fishballs and various yong tau foo ingredients.

The star of the show however was their noodles. They are cooked perfectly al dente and coated with chilli, lard, vinegar and soy sauce. Though I must admit though that it was kinda a miss when I returned two weeks later.

If you are hankering for a good and value for money bowl of noodles, do check out Hui Ji!

I have never seen a fish ball noodle with sooooo many ingredients! The $4 portion comes with a generous amount of fish balls, fish cakes, fish dumplings, pork slices and yong tau foo-ish fish paste tofu. The fish paste is very fresh and it has a nice bounce without being too hard. However, the alkaline taste of the noodles is too strong for me and I wished the sauce is more vinegary. Having said that, still pretty pleased with the unexpected fish ball noodle - yong tau foo pairing.

There’s handmade fishballs, fishcake, sliced pork and two her giao (fish dumplings). 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/hui-ji-fishball-noodles/

Standard ingredients with additional stuff at extra cost.
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Savoury Umami broth from yellow beans and dried anchovies
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Operated by a old couple with a young lady helping out.
They do offer the usual Fishball noodles too.
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Simple fishball noodles but the handmade yong tau foo was really good and I’d recommend the one that’s wrapped in the beancurd skin (roll-looking thing in center of pic)

Noodles were cooked nicely but make sure you get the ZHAP (sauce) onto every spoonful you take because that chili-vinegar mix is so flavorful

ps. my friend’s comment “the soup tastes like water”

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