Hock Seng Choon Fish Ball Noodles @ Bedok South

One of the hawker dishes that I have to eat upon my return to Singapore from any trip is Fish Ball Noodles.

My favourite stall for Dry Fish Ball Noodles is located within the hawker centre at Block 16 Bedok South Road (opposite Temasek Junior College). [Click here for previous post]

Hock Seng Choon Fish Balls

Unfortunately, this picture doesn't do justice to the white fish balls. I've been eating fish balls from this stall since childhood. Fish balls are my favourite hawker food so I would tend to try this dish at most hawker centres or foodcourts.

I love the bouncy texture and rich flavour of the fish balls here as they are generous with the fish paste. Many hawker stalls add too much flour to stretch the fish paste and to make larger fish balls causing the fish balls to be rubbery and lacking in the natural sweetness of the ikan parang fish. If you're planning a steamboat party, you can even buy raw fish balls to take away and cook at home.

Mee Kia Dry - Hock Seng Choon Fish Ball @ Bedok South

I love the dry noodles served here because the chili sauce is very spicy and the noodles are springy. Though no attention is paid to the presentation of the noodles, I find it deliciously tasty with the spice factor exactly how I like it.

Hock Seng Choon Fish Ball Kway Teow Mee
Block 16 Bedok South Road,
Singapore 460016

Operating Hours:
Daily (except Wednesday): Noon to 11.00 pm