Thursday, 18 April 2013

Not to be mistaken for the Fried Hokkien Noodles....

With the increase in the number of food centre or hawker centres, some delicacies were getting more and more common. Therefore, in order to be competitive, more and more stalls are using factory-made ingredients, which kinda make stalls that are making their own ingredients more and more valuable and rare.

'Fishball Noodles'
The 'Fishballs' over here are all freshly made by the stall owner. How do I
know that? Basically from the looks of the 'Fishballs'. Rather than being
round and circular, all of them are irregular shaped. On top of that, each
individual slice of fish cake are irregular shaped too.

Taste wise, the bowl of noodles are pretty good. Although I have placed an
order for a bowl of '(Dry) Fishball Noodles', but I have come across numerous
stalls that have been adding too much sauce to the noodles, which kinda made
it super watery and yucky. As for the stall over here, the amount of sauce
that was added into the bowl of noodles comes to a perfect balance between
spicy and salty taste. In fact, the taste of the bowl of noodles were so good
that I emptied the whole bowl of noodles without the help of the fish cakes
and 'Fishballs'. :P (There goes my passion for noodles again. :P)

As for the taste of the 'Fishballs' and fish cakes, although the looks are
pretty bad, but all of them are pretty fresh and bouncy. Therefore as I
compare the price that I'm paying and the food that I'm getting, I think that
the 'Fishball Noodles' over here have make a good start to the day. :D

So where can you give this special bowl of 'Fishball Noodles' a try?
The name of this stall would be 'Thye Hong Fishball Noodles'(太豐魚圓麺).
It's located inside 'Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre'.

  • Opening Hours:
    From 6:30am until the moment when all the fish balls were sold out daily
  • (I'm pretty sure that all the fish balls will be sold out before noon. Therefore if you are thinking of giving this stall a try during lunch hours, I think that you can just drop the idea of doing it.)
* Click here for the location of 'Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre' on 'Google Maps'.
^ Click here for the list of delicacies that can be found in 'Ghim Moh Market and Food

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