Review: Yam Mee Teochew Fishball Mee (Singapore)

Yam Mee Teochew Fishball Mee: Mee Pok & Soup



Review :

Yam Mee Teochew Fishball Mee

does fishball noodles and laksa. Teochew fishball is soft and smooth. Laksa is very flavourful. Both are good!

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Fishball Noodles

This fishball mee pok comes with fishballs, teochew fishball, fish cake slices, minced meat and mushroom slices served on a bowl of tossed mee pok noodles with chopped spring onions. A bowl of soup is provided on the side.

The fishball is soft and smooth with nice savoury flavours, The teochew fishball contains tiny spring onion and chilli bits. It is soft, smooth and springy. Tastes nice! The fish cake is soft, smooth and springy. All three of them has nice fish flavours and are very likeable.

The minced meat is meaty, and the braised mushroom is soft and flavourful. The tossed noodles comes with some crispy pork lard bits, is firm and springy, and nicely flavoured. The soup has very nice flavourings too.

This serving of fishball mee pok is good! I like it.


The laksa comes with fish cake slices, tau pok and see hum served with yellow noodles chosen. These are served in a bowl of laksa gravy.

The fish cake is soft, smooth and springy with slightly savoury tastes and nice flavours of fish. The tau pok is soft and flavourful with flavours of the laksa gravy, and the see hum is decent.

The yellow noodles is fairly springy and comes with some bean sprouts. The laksa gravy is flavourful with intense flavours of dried shrimps used. As for the chilli paste, it has nice dried shrimp flavours and pairs really well with the laksa.

This bowl of laksa is good too, and absolutely enjoyable!

Ngo Hiang & Tau Kee Roll

Some sides are available. Above is their ngo hiang and tau kee roll.

The ngo hiang has very nice flavourings with crunchy water chestnut bits in its soft flavourful filling. The tau kee roll is firm and chewy with nice crispy sides. Both goes really well with the laksa gravy and is recommended.


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Yam Mee Teochew Fishball Mee

Kovan 209 FC

Singapore 530209

Kaki Bukit 511 FC

Singapore 460511


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