Song Kee Fishball Noodles 松记潮州鱼圆粿面 (Newton Food Centre)

Welcome to Song Kee Fishball Noodles for yummy food in Singapore. Many people talk about Song Kee Eating House when discussing the best fishball noodles in Singapore. But it can be hard to find because it’s moved around a few times. Also, its original spot is now called Finest Song Kee Fishball Noodles, run by a cousin.


Moreover,Song Kee is famous for their special handmade fish dumplings. These dumplings have a chewy and tasty fish skin outside; inside, there’s juicy minced pork. They make a bowl of fishball noodles taste even better.

Song Kee Fishball Noodles Menu with Price

DishesPrice In SGD
Vermicelli Soup (Small)
Vermicelli Soup (Large)
Kway Teow Noodles (Small)
Kway Teow Noodles (Large)
Sliced Fish Soup (Small)
Sliced Fish Soup (Medium)
Sliced Fish Soup (Large)
Fish Ball Noodles (Dry/Soup)
Fish Ball Noodles (Dry/Soup)
Fish Ball Noodles (Dry/Soup)
Fish Head Bee Hoon$8.00
Fish Porridge (Small)
Fish Porridge (Large)
Mee Pork Dry (Small)
Mee Pork Dry (Large)
Fish Ball Soup (Small)
Fish Ball Soup (Large)
Mixed Soup (Small)
Mixed Soup (Large)
Kopi O /Tea O$1.10,1.50(Hot,Cold)
Kopi C /Tea C$1.30,1.70(Hot,Cold)
Homemade Barley$1.50
Lime Juice$1.50
Canned Drinks$1.50
Mineral Water$1.50
Choice of Noodles
Mee PohDepend on Your Choice
Yellow MeeDepend on Your Choice
Mee KiaDepend on Your Choice
Kuch tiaoDepend on Your Choice
Bee Tai MakDepend on Your Choice
Bee HoonDepend on Your Choice
Additional Noodles$1.00

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQS)

Yes, Song Kee Fishball Noodles is a halal eatery.

Song Kee Fishball Noodles Closes once in a week. Thursday to Tuesday (5:15 PM to 1:00 AM)

Yes, we have seating arrangements available for our customers to dine comfortably and enjoy their meals.

Did You Choose Your Favourite From The Menu?

It’s tough nowadays to find good “da mee” or Mee Pok with Fish balls that aren’t made in factories. I believe the fish balls are handmade at Song Kee because they aren’t all perfectly shaped. They taste much better than the ones we buy from NTUC or regular noodle stalls. The coffee shop is sweltering and crowded. Song Kee is always busy, so be ready to wait at least half an hour. But all that waiting is worth it when we start eating my noodles.

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Stall NameSong Kee Fishball Noodles
CuisineChinese, Asian
Meals TypesDinner
Available FeaturesTakeout

Song Kee Fishball Noodles Location and Opening Hour

Location: Blk 79 Circuit Rd, #01-06, Singapore 370079

Opening hours: Thursday to Tuesday (5:15 PM to 1:00 AM), Closed Wednesday

At: Floor No 4

Song Kee Fishball Noodles Review

Goh Nai ShinGoh Nai Shin
08:29 23 Jan 24
Love the huge and bouncy fishball. The noodles are also very flavorful and springy and smooth. The 2 uncles are also very friendly.
yptay madyptay mad
09:10 08 Dec 23
Very disappointed to the stall “owner”, who was very rude when I changed my mind, though he could still do it. Saw him talking to next customer when I started eating, very unpolite behaviour towards him.
Wie b lWie b l
13:57 19 Feb 23
I'm an avid mee pok noodle dry eater, maybe I would even call myself a connoisseur for this dish, because I've searched and looked for it all over Singapore. And this is truly the good one, that you must sample!Let's get something straight, adding abalone, scallop, or crabmeat or sirloin beef or mermaid meat does NOT make it a better meepok. More meat, more stuff, does not make it better. I consider this "gimmicks."I grew up in old towns like Queenstown and then Tiong Bahru. In the 1970s a bowl of meepok that we are used to is: springy noodles, succulent fishballs and fishcakes, with few pieces of fried pork lard and spring onions and tang chye, that's it. Some stalls add chinese lettuce to it--and that's really it. And this is what you get at Song Kee Teochew Fishball Noodle,  Newton Food Centre, 500 Clemenceau Ave North #01-06, 229495.There is no mince pork, no liver, no ribs--strictly just fish derivatives.The soup is not too savoury, a little more to the neutral side, which is very pleasant (NO MSG--"I think"). The chilli paste packs a wallop! So if you have a sensitive stomach like me, ask the hawker to reduce it.The fishball and fishcake is excellent. Succulent and bouncy. And it has a natural fish smell and taste. Some commercially made ones are "no smell" or they sometimes mix it with chicken or flour to make it harder. But this stall, it is really natural and excellent. I can think of other places that brags of their "Best Fish Balls" in town, and they may be better. But here we are talking about MeePok Dry, and the fishball and fishcake is way above most of the neighbourhood foodcourt stalls.I love the noodles the most. He plunge it into cold water during his cooking, so that it comes out springy. And with the right chilli paste, it's just awesome. If you are like me, that loves the right noodle texture and mix of chilli paste, this IS it!Feel free to asks me questions, I'll try to help.
Zac YeowZac Yeow
10:07 10 Jun 21
Handmade fishball very fresh and bouncy. The noodles are also Al dente and spicy. Come after 5:30 for the OG old grandma and grandpa cooking it.
Flo YeowFlo Yeow
00:38 07 Jul 20
I really like how uncle and auntie have been here since my mum was a child. Uncle used to push his cart by my mum's place, and she'd wait outside religiously to buy some fishballs from uncle. Up until today, she tells us the story.This fishball noodles stall has a very warm feel to it, and both auntie and uncle, as much as they're old, still put in a lot of passion into their cooking. The noodles are bouncy, and the fishballs are probably one of the better ones in Singapore.As simple as the dish sounds, there are not many stalls like these anymore these days. Really traditional, really heartwarming, really enjoyable bowl of fishball noodles!

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