311 New Upper Changi Road
#B1-52 Bedok Mall
Singapore 467360

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From TamJai SamGor
Tamjai Mixian serves a tasty and comforting clear soup noodle dish with a variety of toppings.
This is Cross Bridge Mixian consist of: sliced pork, sliced chicken, sliced beef, fishcake, fishball, cuttlefish ball, sliced pork belly, sliced pork liver, bamboo fungus, lettuce, pickled cabbage, minced pork, bean sprouts, beancurd sheet, tofu puff, chives.
Its the non spicy clear soup based.

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Each bowl of mixian comes with beansprouts, beancurd sheet & chives. Ordering was done in 3 steps.

1. Choose Soup Base
2. Choose Toppings
3. Choose Spicy Level

They serve a total of 7 different soup bases such as Wu La Soup (charred pepper & spices), San Suan Soup (SamGor hot & sour), Suan La Soup, Fragrant Clear Soup, Vegetarian Clear Soup and recommended ones like Ma La Soup and Tangy Tomato Soup priced affordably between $5.40 - $6.20. Each topping is priced between $1.30 - $2.50.

I went with the tangy tomato soup base with enoki mushroom and sliced pork topping. The tomato soup looks light and clear with a portion of tomato puree placed above. While I would have loved the broth to be of a thicker consistency, this was actually quite flavourful and slurp-worthy. The servings are generous and the noodles are springy with a texture similar to our thick vermicelli (粗米粉). This is something worth considering for a comforting meal on a rainy day.

》Tangy Tomato Soup $6.60 + Enoki Mushroom $1.30 + Sliced Pork $1.80

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This place is all about the soup base , there are 10 levels of spiciness with the hottest called Hell Fire .
Lovely warm soup during those rainy days .

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Priced at SGD7.50 for 5pcs, it’s slightly on the pricey side but really worth every $.

Tender, juicy and flavourful! Can’t wait to try their Tufei Chicken Mid-wings next time...

Did you know this is HK’s famous Michelin Bib Gourmand Mixian restaurant?

Fortunately, I wasn’t disappointed at all. Their Wu La (Charred Pepper & Spices) soup was robust and really SHIOK. Their Tangy Tomato soup was pretty decent too.

Special mention goes out to their Mixian aka Cu Mi Fen, which has a really great texture and mouthfeel. You probably can’t get the same kind of mixian anywhere else...

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$4.80 for small, $6.80 for large

Packed w a bunch of flavours

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