511 Bedok North Street 3
#01-31/32 Kaki Bukit 511 Market & Food Centre
Singapore 460511

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Wednesday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Thursday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Friday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Saturday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Sunday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Monday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

Tuesday:
04:30pm - 11:30pm

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Rainy weather calls for a hot piping bowl of comforting kidney/liver/lean meat mee sua at Seng Kee! Need no introduction, you could see someone slurping up a bowl at almost every other table in the hawker centre. For someone who doesn’t like mee sua, I found the mee sua flour taste here more receptive and its texture about right, not overly gooey. Innards lovers will surely enjoy this, as the innards are pretty well cooked, not over till rubbery or powdery. The herbal soup came as a surprise for I was expecting something more soupy but the consistency was a little thicker. A touch of sesame oil lifted the overall aroma of this homely bowl of mixed innards mee sua.

Really good. They have portions for different pax so not to worry. Luckily i got mine when there was no one in line, yet it was still a 15mins wait

Though the wait was definitely worth it. Dare i say perfectly steamed Fish, such that my first mouthful just disintegrated. Super fresh as well, with no fishiness. Sauce was good and between the sourness and spiciness, it doesnt cover up the natural taste of the Fish at all. Though even at less spicy my mouth was alr tingling, so i would advise only those who know they can handle heat to ask for the normal spiciness.

Btw avoid the Plum slices and Plum seeds as they overwhelm your tastebuds(and they look like the Salted veg). Everything else in the bowl can be eaten

Soup is really was quite thick, with a consistency that comes close to a gravy. Guess I came here with the wrong expectations, because I expected something that's really unique but what I got was a very comforting bowl of soup which I have absolutely no complaints about. While the soup is highly raved about, an underrated component is how well the liver and kidney slices are cooked. It's pretty much flawless, however I didn't really like the pork slices that were coated with flour to make it tender but a bit gelatinous

The herbal soup is not as strong as compared to the previous time I ate, ingredients is lesser too. Nevertheless, it is still a decent bowl of mee sua especially during rainy weather (S$4).

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A big reason why I prefer the Bedok food centre branch of “Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup” is that their steamed fish never fails.
Whatever type of fish my dad and I pick, it’s always covered in leeks, “kiam chye”, “tau cheo” and tomatoes, heat-boosted with a splash of chilli sauce (you can ask for it to be left out) and steamed to perfection. And yet even with all that seasoning, the freshness of the fish is still apparent.
My parents and I use to have dinner here very regularly for years before the hawker centre closed for renovations. Am so glad it’s reopened - we can get back into our happy little routine again.

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Today’s stormy weather triggered a need in me for hot soup. So when it was time for dinner, a quick hop to Bedok North’s “Kaki Bukit Market & Food Centre” transpired for a fix of Seng Kee Black Herbal Chicken’s “mee sua with pork, liver and kidney”.
This is the only stall I would have this dish from because I feel they do it best. Even their other outlet on Changi Road can’t match this original stall in terms of delivering the same taste and quality every single time.

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