477 Tampines Street 43
Singapore 520477

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06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

06:00am - 09:00pm

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06:00am - 09:00pm

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Aside from the soup minced meat noodles from Bedok 85, I do appreciate the rendition from this stall ($4/5/6) in Tampines as well! The soup is pretty well flavoured from the pork lard used and the noodles were springy. The highlight got to be their dumplings, as the meat within is very well flavoured with fried garlic. The fried garlic pieces in their soup were also fantastic, as they were packed full of umami. A comforting soup I will crave for from time to time!

Springy noodles and yummy wantons!

Haven’t been to this area before and wasn’t sure what’s good, so I joined in the most popular looking queue 😂 They have both soup and dry options. I wanted something comforting, so I went for the soup! I’m not as familiar with the popular soup bak chor mee in Bedok, so I can’t really compare them. Noodles were nicely springy and I liked that the springiness lasted through the bowl. The toppings of minced meat and meatballs were decent, while the dumplings were the highlight. I wasn’t as big a fan of the soup though, thought it could be just a bit better seasoned and more fragrant.

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🍽️ Mince meat noodles @ My Father's Minced meat Noodles $4.5

This stall is one of the more popular stall in the area selling traditional minced meat noodles. By traditional meaning they don't have any mushrooms, fish ball or fishcakes.
It's one of the stalls I think that is almost on par with bedok85's minced meat noodles.

🍜 The broth is really flavourful with not just the sweetness of the minced meat, it also has that umami from the fried garlic, pork lard and the flat fish used in to Cook the broth. The fried garlic and pork lard adds on to the texture and flavour of the dish too.
The noodles are springy yet chewy at the same time. This is the texture I like. The filling in the wonton is well seasoned but the skin is a tad thick for me. Meat balls are decent.

I've been visiting this stall for years and the quality stays constant throughout! Totally my regular bowl of bak chor mee whenever I'm craving for it!