269 Queen Street
Singapore 180269

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07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

07:30am - 08:30pm

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Tried the takeaway version of this and was glad they separate the mee hoon kueh from the soup! Soup was interesting: there was a distinct wok hei taste. Unfortunately, it was also pretty oily and there’s not much besides the smoky note. So while it was initially a pleasant change from the usual soup, I got tired of it after a while.

The mee hoon kueh was decent, similar to the ones that I have in Johor.

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Took me a while to try Jiak Song out simply because of their infamous long queue when they first opened. But as more and more outlets open islandwide, it has become easier to land your hands on a bowl of their Mee Hoon Kway.

Although there aren’t many options on the menu, everything looked good that I took a while to decide but for first timers, I would recommend the signature all-in combo mee hoon kway. In addition to vegetables and fried ikan bilis, there was a myriad of ingredients such as minced pork, pork slices, pork ball, and prawn ball. Like people around me who have tried (at different outlets), we agreed that the minced pork was exceptionally tender. The handmade pork and prawn balls were really bouncy. But what left the deepest impression has got to be the soup broth which had an egg mixed in it. It was not just about having a rich pork flavour but the unique smokiness that I have never tasted in any mee hoon kway before. Each bowl of mee hoon kway is made to order, with the kway being machine-sliced. The next time I will probably try the soup version!

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When I learnt that our local MasterChef finalist opened a Mee Hoon Kway stall, I had wanted to try it but thought that it was a little out of reach based on where I am currently staying. Little did I know that Jiak Song had silently expanded to a few outlets islandwide, and Bugis being one of them.

Being a big fan of Mee Hoon Kway, I ordered a Signature All-in-One Combo (S$5.50) with an extra portion of Mee Hoon Kway for an additional S$1.00. The first surprise I received was an unexpected charcoal taste coming from the soup, which to me were both a “wow” and an “ouch”. The former was because it made me believe that there was some traditional ways of preparing the broth, which when coupled with the handmade noodles made it pretty exceptional for me. There were also many ingredients within the bowl, and so since the bowl was filled to the brim, I felt like a winner already.

On the other hand, I was a little disappointed when the stallholder ran the piece of noodle dough under the roller for a consistency in thickness, but I did wish that the Kway was thicker as a personal preference. And I later found out that the broth in another outlet had absence of the light charcoal flavour.

In all, Jiak Song would have checked many boxes of a delicious bowl of Mee Hoon Kway, but I also might not intentionally head down for a hearty meal.

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Signature All-In Combo consist of Mee Hoon Kway, Minced Pork, Sliced Pork, Pork Ball and Shrimp Ball.

I had the soup version. Soup is very interesting. Different from any other mee hoon kway shop. It had a smoky flavour which is really nice. Noodles on the other hand was so-so. It lack the chewiness which I prefer.

Minced meat was ok. Sliced pork was tender. Pork ball had a very porky taste which I didn't really like. Shrimp ball had a good springy texture.

Their chilli was not bad as well. They don't offer the usual chilli padi with soy sauce but offer a chilli that's on the acidic side which is quite nice.

Overall nice soup but average noodles.

The special thing is the bouncy prawn ball that u have to make sure u catch hold of it. The second thing is Clear and tasty soup and Chewy Mee hoon Kueh that slip up into ur mouth smoothly.
Recommend: on comfort rainy day and even when your stomach don’t feel well

Didn’t have that good an impression the first time we tried Jiak Song’s dry mhk, but we gave it another shot at their new Bugis outlet and enjoyed it quite a lot! The mhk pieces we had this time didn’t have that doughy centres that we experienced previously. These were smooth and cooked thoroughly, while retaining a nice chew! Was surprised that the dark sauce came with a unique wok hei sort of aftertaste too, which helped to enhance the whole bowl. We found the sauce quite average the last time though, so perhaps the consistency can be better worked on.

The side bowl of soup had an egg mixed in and was comforting. Must say though, that the portion is quite small, so go for a bigger bowl if you’re hungry!