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This Malaysian Fishball Noodle Stall At Ang Mo Kio Draws Crowds With Their Handmade Fishballs!

Fishball Noodles are a dish most of us probably grew up eating. With the Teochew version being found at almost every hawker centre, it’s the version most of us are probably familiar with. However, there is also the Malaysian version that is also delicious in its own right! One good place to start would be HupKee Fishball Noodles! Tucked away at Ang Mo Kio lies this stall that draws snaking long queues for their Malaysian Fishball Noodles and handmade fishballs!

Popular Fishball Noodle Stall At Ang Mo Kio

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HupKee Fishball Noodles is currently run by two brothers from Kuantan, Malaysia. Their recipe was passed down to them by their father who worked at a fish farm. After setting up a successful stall in Malaysia, they decided to expand to Singapore and opened up at Ang Mo Kio. HupKee is renowned for its handmade fishballs, preparing them daily by scraping the meat off the yellowtail fish by hand. Each fishball is unevenly shaped and looks different from one another. The perfect indication that it’s all handcrafted with love! All the hard work results in delectable fishballs that customers can’t get enough of!

Malaysian Fishball Noodles With Handmade Fishballs

 

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The Fishball Noodles ($3.50), comes with the standard choice of mee pok or mee kia, in the dry and soup version. Unlike our typical fishball noodles, HupKee doesn’t use any vinegar or chilli paste. Instead, the dish lies more on the savoury side, with hints of black sauce and shallot oil with pork lard sprinkled on top.  For the dry version, the noodles are springy and flavourful, soaking up the sauce perfectly.

Be sure to add some chilli for an amazing burst of flavour and kick with every bite! For the soup, it comes with fishcake, seaweed, tau pok and two fishballs, and is garnished with fried shallots and spring onions. The fishcakes are soft and tender, giving them a pleasant texture with every bite.

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The star of the dish here is no doubt the fishball! Just take one bite and you can instantly tell this isn’t your typical supermarket version. Flavour-wise, they are a lot more flavourful as compared to the normal ones and are super soft and bouncy as well! HupKee’s fishballs are truly in a league of their own! For the spice lovers, you definitely can’t miss out on dipping them into the homemade chilli! Each bite gives you the perfect kick of spice and tang, elevating the flavours of the fishball to another level!

 

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Try HupKee Fishball Noodles Today!

If you can’t get enough of the fishballs, be sure to order the Fishball Soup ($4.50) and enjoy them to your heart’s content! Do note HupKee closes at 12pm daily so be sure to head down early to not miss out! Hurry down and try them for yourself today!

Address: 158 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, #01-590, Singapore 560158

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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