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Han Kee Fish Soup
Soup · $
#02-129 Amoy Food Centre (7 Maxwell Road)
"Value for money fish soup , with super fresh fish and really yummy soup too!"
a noodle story
Noodles · $
#01-39 Amoy Street Food Centre (7 Maxwell Rd)
"Local-styled kiasu all-in Ramen w HK wanton, Jap Ramen eggs & chasu, & modern crispy potato wrapped prawns. Tastes great!! Beware Long Q during lunch hour, open til 7.30pm. #ThomtoriEats #NoodleStory"
Piao Ji Fish Porridge
Chinese · $
#02-100 Amoy Street Food Centre (7 Maxwell Road)
"The soup is one of the best in Singapore . But I think the reason for the long queue is due to the slow cooking.i only bother to eat here during off peak hours"
Wanton Seng's Noodle Bar
52 Amoy Street
"Awesome wanton noodles! Love the pork! Even though it's like 200% more expensive than the regular wanton noodles from the hawker stall, it's worth it! Generous portion! But should be given the price!"
Ah Hoe Mee Pok 阿和面薄 (Branch)
一廚 One Kitchen (Coffeeshop) (713 Clementi West Street 2)
"Don't be too happy too quick if you see a short queue in front of the outlet. They use a electronic pager system. The queue at the shop is for orders. There is a "hidden" queue for your food."
Blanco Court Prawn Mee
243 Beach Road #01-01
"This remains my all time favorite for prawn noodles. The broth is amazing, rich and full of flavor, made of pork bones and prawn shells. Satisfied slurp ! For fillers there is also ngo hiang."
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