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Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee (Newton Food Centre)


Welcome to Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee in Singapore. This stall is only open for a few days and hours, but it’s one of my favorite places for a delicious and comforting meal of mee pork and springy fishballs. Soon, Wah Fishball, established in 1966 at Gluttons Square, continued to make their fishballs and dumplings by hand, just like they had done when they started.

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Moreover, their large, homemade fish balls are chewy and bursting with a delicious fish taste. However, you are trying their delicate, slippery fish dumplings called her-kiao. These dumplings have seasoned minced pork and sole fish inside, wrapped in a thin skin made of fish paste and sweet potato starch. The slimy texture might initially seem playful, making you think it’s a regular fish dumpling. But don’t be fooled; this is nothing like the tasteless factory-made ones.

Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee Menu with Prices

DishesPrice In SGD
Fishball Mee Soup or Dry$5.50
Fish Dumpling Mee (Suip Mee Ikan Dumpling)$5.50
Fish Dumpling Soup (Suip Ikan Dumpling)$5.50
Fish Ball Mee Dry (Mie Beblo Ikan)$5.50
Fish ball Mee Soup (Suip Mie Bebola Ikan)$5.50
Fish Ball Soup (Sup Bebola Ikan)$5.50

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQS)

No, Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee is not a Halal-certified eatery.

Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee opens its doors only fives days in a week. Monday to Tuesday, Thursday to Saturday (6:00 PM To 10:00PM) Closed Wednesday, Sunday

Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee stands out for its delectable Fishball Dumpling Soup, a dish that combines savory fish balls with flavorful noodles. The unique blend of textures and tastes makes it a must-try for food enthusiasts.

Yes, Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee provides seating options for customers who prefer to dine in. Enjoy your delicious meal in a comfortable setting.

Did you choose your favorite food from the menu?

My favorite dish is fish ball soup. A soft and moist fishball reminds us of our childhood when mom would put a few in our rice soup and playfully try to get us to eat lunch by chasing us around the house. They put a lot of effort into making these ingredients from scratch with flavors that bring back fond memories. It’s a special place where everything is made with care and love. Please also look at our Newton Food Centre Best Stall for tasty food at the famous Hawker Centre.

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Stall NameSoon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee
Cuisine Seafood
Meals TypesBreakfast,Dinner
Available FeaturesFamily style,Delivery, Outdoor Seating,Digital Payments, Cash Only,

Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee Location and Opening Hours

Location: 500 Clemenceau Ave N, Stall 69, Singapore 229492

Opening Hours: Monday to Tuesday, Thursday to Saturday (6:00 PM To 10:00PM) Closed Wednesday, Sunday

Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee Reviews

Choon TChoon T
00:19 14 Jul 23
This stall is located at the popular Newton food centre. Rather unassuming, but super delectable!The noodles were perfectly cooked and eaten together with the chilli sauce and vinegar, yumz! The highlight would be 'her keow' (dumplings). The fillings were full and tasted a tinge of salted fish in there.Large bowl of noodles and a bowl of dumplings soup for $13. It's worth every dollar spent.
CK CCK C
11:36 23 Jun 23
The fishballs are really among the best. Due to their humongous size, I could savour the freshness, sweetness and softness of the fish with every bite. The soup was tasty while the noodles were well cooked but too spicy for me. Both contained a generous amount of condiments such as spring onion and fried shallots. The fish dumplings were disappointing though-with so little meat, which detached easily from the skin. There were no fish cakes.It was a little too expensive. Five fishballs and two dumplings cost $7. The prices were not particularly transparent. Also cash only. Not a fan of using disposable cutleries even for dine-in.
Hans SutantoHans Sutanto
12:51 13 Jun 23
Fishball is huge and can really feel that it's handmade and made of good portion of fish. Not the cheapest fishball noodle out there but the quality justifies the price. Had the bee hoon soup which is already good but I saw that the dry version is good too which I want to try next time. There was queue but not too long and serving is quite fast on weekday dinner time
CPCP
13:37 30 May 23
I have to agree wholeheartedly with many reviews that the fishball here is the best. You can tell right away that the fishballs are handmade - they are of slightly different sizes, and when you bite into it, you can see bits of fish meat. The fishballs here are bigger than normal, and yet light and bouncy, and has that freshness and sweetness in every bite. The mee pok and chilli is probably the best I have eaten. My preference is not to have vinegar, so I asked for that when I ordered. Besides the fish balls, there is also slimy fish dumpling which is also handmade and it is unlike any others.I read they moved here in 1977 (Newton Food Centre was opened in 1971) from where started at Orchard Carpark in 1966.Being a fishball noodle lover, this has to be my best discovery. It is even more amazing that the standard and quality is there despite operating for decades. I will be back here many times more, and hope they will continue for many years to come.
Super FragranceSuper Fragrance
10:26 02 Mar 23
Bought fishball noodle mee at $5.50. Everything is $5.50 beside fish dumping which is $6.Waited for 10min because I was early. I find it average at best initially but I grew to like it. Meepok was Q and the same goes for the big and bouncy fish balls. It goes very well with the chili padi infused soya sauce. The kick is strong. The fish dumpling filling was also pretty generous on top of the 5 large fish balls.Soup was on the saltier side but it was surprisingly greenish yellow. It was soya soup, probably no msg or little? I don't feel thirsty! Honestly I think I would prefer dry one as the pork lard was pretty soggy. Doesn't have to be but it was.
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