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This Hidden Gem Serves Incredible And Authentic Teochew-Style Bak Chor Mee With Unique Sole Fish Meatballs!

A comfort dish for many, Bak Chor Mee can certainly be found in almost every corner of Singapore. If you’re looking for scrumptious and authentic Teochew-style Bak Chor Mee, Cuo Cuo You Yu is just the spot to head to. Taking pride in quality ingredients and value-for-money prices, the addition of their unique sole fish meatballs is what truly sets them apart as well. 

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Cuo Cuo You Yu: Authentic Teochew-Style Bak Chor Mee

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Cuo Cuo You Yu is the brainchild of a team of hawker food enthusiasts, with each boasting over a decade of experience in the hawker industry. Why did they choose to open a hawker stall? Well, it was to help preserve the priceless heritage of hawker cuisine while providing Singaporeans with the best value and quality Bak Chor Mee. 

Each bowl served is not just simply a dish, but also a homage to the older customers, serving as a reminder to reignite the spirit of local hawker culture in the younger generation.

Quality And Consistency Across All Outlets

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Not only are they generous with their ingredients, but each one is meticulously selected and prepared to ensure each bowl of Bak Chor Mee is bursting with flavour. 

Quality is assured with each ingredient. Their mee kia egg noodles are handmade fresh from A-grade eggs and wheat flour, giving them a perfectly QQ texture while their pork liver is cooked to perfection.

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Their sole fish meatballs are made with an in-house recipe that incorporates dried sole fish for an extra touch of umami. The addition of a pork cake with their secret marination brings another layer of finesse, with the inclusion of tender and lightly marinated fish adding a delightful touch of sweetness and balance. 

Each strand of noodles is well coated with a special chilli blend and served with a rich broth packed with pork slices, pork liver, sole fish meatballs, and minced meat. Customers also have the option of swapping out their noodles for Mee Pok, Kway Teow, Mee Tai Mak, or Rice. 

An Array Of Dishes To Choose From And Enjoy

1. Signature Bak Chor Mee ($6)

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

Starting with their Signature Bak Chor Mee, the noodles are cooked till al dente, giving a pleasant chewiness that pairs well with the bouncy meatballs and tender pork loin slices that melt in your mouth. Additionally, the crispy ikan bilis gives a unique layer of crunch that elevates the dish. Despite using a tomato base, the noodles still deliver an amazing blend of flavours with a good kick of heat, satisfying all Bak Chor Mee lovers. 

2. Sliced Fish Spinach Soup with Rice ($6)

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

A new addition to their menu, the Sliced Fish Spinach Soup with Rice features a generous serving of fresh and thick fish slices, boasting a satisfying chewiness without any trace of the overwhelming fishy smell. Furthermore, the ikan bilis gives each bite a good contrast of textures and flavours. 

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The soup is comforting and well-balanced in flavour, with the added coriander taking the soup to another level. A delectable dish that’s perfect for any rainy day. 

3. Sliced Fish Kway Teow ($3.50)

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

For those who prefer noodles, the Sliced Fish Kway Teow offers flat rice noodles that soak up the rich broth, giving a burst of flavour with each slurp. Enjoy similar ingredients and flavours as the Sliced Fish Spinach Soup with Rice mentioned above. Served at an incredibly affordable price point, it is also a good option for those who are trying to save up.

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Hurry Down To Cuo Cuo You Yu Today! 

Cuo Cuo You Yu also offers other dishes like Handmade Fishball Noodle Soup ($4.50) and Sambal Ho Liao ($4.50) – pork liver and sole fish meatballs in a special blend of sauces.  With over six outlets islandwide, you’re never too far away from a delicious bowl of Bak Chor Mee. Hurry down for a taste today! 

Outlets

1. Kopitiam Corner @ 108 Punggol

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Address: Blk 108 Punggol Fld, #01-01, Singapore 820108

Operating Hours: Daily, 6.30am to 9pm

2. Kopitiam Corner @ Kang Kar Mall

Address: 100 Hougang Ave 10, #01-02, Kang Kar Mall Singapore 538767

Operating Hours: Daily, 7.30am to 9pm

3. Kopitiam @ PLQ

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #04-11, Paya Lebar Quarter, Singapore 409057

Operating Hours: Daily, 10am to 8pm

4. Kopitiam @ Tiong Bahru Plaza

Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Rd, Singapore 168732

Operating Hours: Daily, 9am to 9pm

5. Kopitiam @ AMK Hub

Address: 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, AMK Hub, #03-12, Singapore 569933

Opening hours: Daily, 9am – 9pm

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