Review: Soon Li Fishball Minced Meat Noodle (Singapore)

Soon Li Fishball Minced Meat Noodle: Mini Wok Mee Pok

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Soon Li Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

serves fishball and minced meat noodles. Laksa is available too. Decent.

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Mini Wok

This mini wok comes with fishballs, fish cake slices, fish dumpling, crab stick, some minced meat and a raw egg in a nice flavourful soup. A bowl of noodles is served with it and mee pok is chosen for this.

The fishball is smooth and springy, likewise for the fish cake. Both has nice fish flavours. The fish dumpling is fairly smooth and tastes decent. The crab stick is the regular supermarket type, the minced meat is soft and meaty, and the raw egg is soft and smooth. As for the mee pok, it is tossed in vinegar and chilli with some crispy pork lard bits. It is firm and springy, and nicely flavoured.

This serving of mini wok mee pok is a rather decent one.


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The bowl of laksa comes with see hum, fish cake slices, flat tau kee with fish paste, half slice of boiled egg and tau pok. Yellow noodles is chosen for this.

The fish cake is smooth and springy with nice fish flavours. The see hum is decent size and tastes decent. The tau kee is firm and springy with a nicely flavoured fish paste filling. The tau pok is flavourful with laksa gravy.

The yellow noodles comes with some bean sprouts. It is firm and springy. The laksa gravy is flavourful with undertones of dried shrimps. An optional dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste can be included.

This bowl of laksa is nice, and I rather like it.



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Soon Li Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

51 Havelock Rd

Singapore 161051


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