Review: Cuo Cuo You Yu (Singapore)

Cuo Cuo You Yu: Supreme Mee Kia, Soup & Fish Ngo Hiang


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serves a selection of minced meat, fishball and sliced fish soup with noodles or rice. Very nice!

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Supreme Minced Meat Noodles

The supreme minced meat noodles comes with pork slices, liver slices, minced meat and solefish meatballs served in a bowl soup. A bowl of noodles is served on the side topped with ikan bilis, fried shallots, crispy pork lard, chopped coriander and a piece of pork cake. Above mee kia is chosen for the noodles, and he fish ngo hiang is an extra add-on.

The sliced pork is very soft, tender and meaty. The pork liver is firmer with a gamey taste. The solefish meatball is firm, meaty and has nice flavours. These are served in a bowl of very flavourful soup containing tiny bits of soft minced meat, ikan bilis and vegetables. Very likeable!

The firm and springy mee kia is tossed in a vinegar and chilli mixture. It has a soury taste of vinegar with a note of spiciness. The noodles is topped with crispy ikan bilis, fried shallots, crispy pork lard and chopped coriander. It is nice!

A slice of pork cake is provided with the noodles as well. The pork cake has nice savoury flavours somewhat like a cross between luncheon meat and sausage. Not bad. As for the fish ngo hiang, it is firm and flavourful with tiny bits of carrot and spring onions mixed into its fish paste. It is decent.

This serving of supreme minced meat mee kia is truly enjoyable. I like it!

Sliced Fish & Meatball Soup

Sliced fish soup is also available. Above is their sliced fish and meatball soup. The fishballs and mee pok are both extra add-ons.

The sliced fish is soft and smooth. The springy fishball has nice fish flavours, is soft and smooth too. The meatball is firm and meaty with nice flavours. All three are nice. These are served in a bowl of flavourful soup with tiny bits of minced meat, ikan bilis and some spinach.

As for the mee pok, it is tossed in a vinegar and chilli mixture. It is firm and springy, topped with crispy ikan bilis, fried shallots, crispy pork lard and chopped coriander.

This serving of sliced fish, meatball and fishball mee pok is likeable too. Though personally, I do prefer their minced meat noodles a little more.


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Cuo Cuo You Yu


Singapore 569933

100 Hougang Ave 10

Singapore 538767

PLQ Mall

Singapore 409057

Tiong Bahru Plaza

Singapore 168732


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