Review Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong, Joo Chiat Place, 64 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore

Review Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong, Joo Chiat Place - Singapore 64 Joo Chiat Pl

“Very good noodles but I would rate the other franchise stall at Bedok Simpang better at 5 stars.” or “Their meat balls are soft and tender, and the noodle seasoning are excellent. Got the old-time feel to it.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong, Joo Chiat Place. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong, Joo Chiat Place is quality.

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  • Address: 64 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore
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Monday: 6:30 AM to 9 PM.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 6:30 AM to 10:45 PM.

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“Hands down best bar chor mee in the east side. Worth the long wait on weekends during lunch time. But do try to go during off peak hours if you can! The smallest portion is never enough. ;)”

“So good. Springy noodles, the sauce is just right, the soup is delicious. Paid $4.50 for a small bowl but tasted great. No wonder there was a lot of people”

“Mee Pok is absolutely amazing dish here. Just ordered the most expensive one and the rest let it be the history. Cash only”

“5$ the mee pok, quality price wise it is worth it. I recommend!”

“Handmade Mee hoon kway soup, simple and delicious meal.”

“Always good - but getting too expensive Moderate your price please”

“First time being here for lunch as I walked pass after my visit to temple nearby.”

“Another visit to enjoy the noodle... Highly recommended”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 167 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 74% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong, Joo Chiat Place, 64 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore

There is a total 167 reviews

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    vidhu vid

    Best bcm in sg

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    Jason Ang

    Tasty chilli with mee pok, 4.5 stars for me (mee pok fan)!

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    Marc Woo

    More vinegary and less tasty than the ones at Simpang Bedok. Less chillispicy as well. Quantity was sufficient

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    Doris Chua

    Generous portion of noodles! However, portion and price tag for the portion of Ngoh Hiang is ridiculous. $9 for 9 small pieces! …

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    Simple Foodie

    Fishball mee kia dry small version ($4.50). Well seasoned springy noodles with good amount of ingredients and tasty soup. The chilli spiciness is mild but does creep up later. I really appreciate both noodles and soup are served pipping hot.

    Food are served to you to your table after ordering at stall. Nestled in a hole in the wall coffee shop. Drive by and you might miss it. So look out for its big banner.

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    IReen Lim

    So good. Springy noodles, the sauce is just right, the soup is delicious. Paid $4.50 for a small bowl but tasted great. No wonder there was a lot of people

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    Lai Hock Lim

    Better than average but not in the same league as Lau Lim from Jalan Tua Kong. Prawn rolls was delicious but expensive.

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    Joy KC

    Noodles were springy and not overcooked or soggy. Right amounts of chilli without it being too spicy. Soup had flavour. Fishballs and fish dumplings were average though.

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    Rose Koh

    Rojak is delicious

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    Meng Fei Wong

    Nice mince meat noodles.

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    Joseph Howe

    Not so good

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    不惑:cogent

    Authentic. Tasty. Really liked the dumpling soup with homemade noodle.

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    Kian Peng Ng

    Nice Fishball noodles

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    KIL

    Food was okay.

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    Matthew Lee

    I love that the coffeeshop here always has table available. Noodle here was not only pricy at $6.50, it was bland tastless and unfortunately too overcooked for my liking. But special mention for their yummy soup stock. This made their bowl of special dumpling soup the highlight of my meal.

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    Francis Lim Hian

    nice food all change

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    Rayner Alexander

    Reasonably priced meals, parking easy to find

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    Jason Ong

    Best dry handmade you mian ever

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    Chan Chee

    Food nice.

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    kee wenyu

    My go to Mee pok store …

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    W. Hormchant

    Opens daily from 7am to 11pm.

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    Li Cheng

    Quiet place for simple noodles.

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    foo-chye long

    ah lim has a few outlets, but this is the original I think

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    Edwin Goh

    Mee Hun Kueh is actually nicer than their tua kong noodles

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    goh eng hwa

    Now the coffeeshop just added a new Popiah stall (2 for $4.50) Noodle sells ($4,5,6)

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    Edmund Mary

    Best noodle store…
    Ever.

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    Wai Leong Chan

    Nice mee pok but slightly expensive

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    daryl ding

    I like the chilli.

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    Jessie Liu

    First time being here for lunch as I walked pass after my visit to temple nearby.

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    V L

    Run of the mill ….

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    Nicolette Lian

    The fish ball noodle is nice

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    Manoharan Mannarlingam

    One of the best fishball noodles I’m Singapore!

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    Goose Goi

    BCM that will not disappoint… Yum..

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    若久 春生

    Went on a Friday lunchtime. Not crowded with ample seating area.

    Ordered the mee pok dry, Shrimp dumpling soup and takeaway ngoh hiang.

    Waiting time for to be served to table is about 10 to 15 mins after ordering.

    Portions are small and prices higher than else where.

    Each strand of noodle is moist and evenly coated with the seasoning sauce. The springy noodles are cooked al dente, not too dry or too wet or too soggy.

    There is a nice mixture blend of chilli and vinegar seasoning. Some places can be very heavy handed in the vinegar.

    Each bowl included 2 small crystal prawns. They are fresh and quite juicy.

    The Shrimp dumpling soup had 5 big dumpling. There’s a generous amount of Shrimp n pork. The dumpling skin could be thinner.

    Not a soup person so the soups are decent to me.

    Also ordered the ngoh hiang for takeaway. Quality decent n crispy.

    Also tried the noodles at Simpang Bedok. Quality and standards are similar.

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    triton cheng

    Decent bak chor mee

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    Warren Kok

    Always good – but getting too expensive
    Moderate your price please

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    looby koh

    Nice noodle but waited long

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    J T

    Noodles is still nice, but not great.

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    Rox

    Love the bak chor mee here!!

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    Ronnie Tan

    Great place to start the day, a nice bowl of Mee pok!

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    Patrick Poh

    Second time trying. Still not very impressed. Its decent but nothing special. Chili lacks taste. Meat was quite fresh. Fishball slightly better than average. Note: I visited at night, someone mentioned its better in the day.

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    Allan Mok

    Fantastic mee pok!!!

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    CH Yang

    Best bar chor mee in Singapore. Just right and good service

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    chianwei83

    Like their Mee Hoon Kueh soup and fishball noodles here! However price increased by 10 percent and portion remains small! Staff attitude not so good as well.

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    Kee Wee Ang

    Great place for comfort food. Kuay tiow soup with pork lard is the bomb.

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    Guo Hwei Lee

    Prefer this version to others using the “tua kong” name.

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    Teck Chye Yeo

    There aren’t too many Mee Pok stalls I frequent, because I’m choosey where I eat this favourite noodle of mine, but I have a weakness for this one. If consistency is the key to good dry noodles, then this place certainly lives up to its reputation as one of the best around. The noodles are al dente, the chilli paste has a very inviting bite, and even their pork crispies (bak Pok) have that Teochew Chen Chu Lah flavour which comes from being deep-fried in shallot oil. Sure! There’s a long queue during meal-times, but everything good comes to those who wait

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    Adeline Tan

    Pictures do not justify its fine taste. Go try!

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    Miles xian

    Not Bad Pass by and give it a try

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    MJ Tan

    Food is good and slightly expensive. Road side parking lots available. Carpark is within walking distance.

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    Robert Kosan

    Same name, same style, but not as good the one in Simpang Bedok or Siglap. Not enough sauce, way too dry.

    The good thing is they open till 23:00. Don’t mind returning

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    Stephen Wee

    In my opinion the better of the 2

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    Yu Heng Lim

    Noodles and mince meat was ok, a little opinion would be better if they stir fry the mince meat.

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    Xavier Loo

    Had the noodles at their branch outlet in ToaPayoh.

    First time eating here. The first thing I put in my mouth was the soup. It was savoury and peppery, quite to my liking. Subtle yet tasty.

    The noodles looks wet but taste wise.
    The chilli is awesome, a kick that slowly burns the back of your throat. Spicyness doesnt stays long. So its good for ppl who dont really eat spicy but want to enjoy the kick.

    Everything blends well together in your mouth. The portion of the ingredients is just right.

    I got the dumplings soup also. Equally good, savoury and that small prawn inside just goes so well with the spring onions and pork fillings.

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    brerz

    Comforting noodles

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    Madeline Y

    Dry Mee Hoon Kway is a must.
    Very tasty

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    Philip Ngo

    An old established name for dry mee pok fish ball noodles was well established at Siglap before moving to Bedok ,in fact they have a few branches n this is quite a new branch, great fish ball n chili, what set them aside from others is the mee pok are sold everywhere in Singapore but to cook it just right takes a whole new expertise as it mustn’t be over cook till its soggy or undercooked n leave some unchewable stuff with every mouthful, I don’t cook but it is mone of my favorite foods, as I’ve been eating this for decades everywhere that I’ve been I’ll always checked it out n that’s where I came to this conclusion, is on the timing ,fire must be just nice n mee pok in n out of the boiling water that’s the main thing, perfect timing not more then 2 minutes with a long chopstick to loosen the ball of mee pok , from here some will toss it with a flip into room temperature water ,just for a second then back into boiling water again, is actually a delight watching the way it is been prepared , each stalls the main man will be cooking with theirs own unique , robotic and almost comical way , a good meme pok must be with a bouncy texture that don’t break easily nor too hard ,feeling hungry just writing about it and Ah Lim I’ve ate at theirs stall from decades ago n I find consistency as well as aromatic which most stalls doesn’t have, highly recommended.

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    Yamaha Snpier

    normal only

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    raymond lim

    Awesome noodle

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    Cecil Lee

    Good noodles

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    Kirby Poh

    I would have rated both the noodles and rojak I’d eaten 3.5 stars… they’re above average but not quite 4 stars in my opinion. I find the prices a tad higher than usual coffee shop rates. Still, if in the vicinity, it’s still worth dropping in for a bite.

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    Riccardo 13

    Fishball noodles excellence is back in the ‘hood !

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    Jasmine Khoo

    Good portion size for the $5 bowl, with very fragrant chili that’s not too spicy. Waiting for the noodles on weekends can be quite a long wait, so do go earlier.

    Even their soup is delicious, which is pretty rare for Bak Chor Mee.

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    Ignatius Roger Kheng

    Nice taste, reasonable price and portion. Waiting time slightly long. Parking lots are limited.

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    Santha Koh

    My early breakfast location (they start at 7am) and supper plsce (they serve till 10:30pm, i think).

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    poh jimmy

    The sign say Sarawak laksa but the taste is totally different!

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    Keith Tan

    My family and I like eating dinner here sometimes. Mee Pok is good. Parking in front on the place is free by virtue of being visible from where you sit. It’s a small coffee shop, but because it’s a corner unit terrace, tables are airy.

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    Alan Teo

    Very good noodles but I would rate the other franchise stall at Bedok Simpang better at 5 stars.

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    若久 春生

    Went on a Friday lunchtime. Not crowded with ample seating area.

    Ordered the mee pok dry, Shrimp dumpling soup and takeaway ngoh hiang.

    Waiting time for to be served to table is about 10 to 15 mins after ordering.

    Portions are small and prices higher than else where.

    Each strand of noodle is moist and evenly coated with the seasoning sauce. The springy noodles are cooked al dente, not too dry or too wet or too soggy.

    There is a nice mixture blend of chilli and vinegar seasoning. Some places can be very heavy handed in the vinegar.

    Each bowl included 2 small crystal prawns. They are fresh and quite juicy.

    The Shrimp dumpling soup had 5 big dumpling. There’s a generous amount of Shrimp n pork. The dumpling skin could be thinner.

    Not a soup person so the soups are decent to me.

    Also ordered the ngoh hiang for takeaway. Quality decent n crispy.

    Also tried the noodles at Simpang Bedok. Quality and standards are similar.

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    A

    Can’t find this business address. Aunty is amazing in her people skills. My wife and I have forgotten to bring cash but Aunty mentioned to “pay next time if really don’t have, is okay!” We immediately managed to bank transfer a patron in return for some cash and paid Aunty. Coffee C Ice is a must try

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    Song Fengyang

    Pretty good bowl of noodles. Nice broth, portions are generous, and the chilli is of the better ones I know.

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    Chee-Wee Ong

    Arguably one of the top Bak Chor Mee in Singapore. Pricey though at $5 minimum

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    Xyn Lim

    Very particular about their noodles. Pork lard is freshly prepared everyday.

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    Eng Soon Ong

    Handmade Mee hoon kway soup, simple and delicious meal.

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    Tommy Neo

    Love the food there

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    Fish Lim

    Tried mee hoon Kueh. Looks unassuming but it’s one of the best I’ve tried in sg. Ordered sgd5 size

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    Lana J

    Mee Pok is absolutely amazing dish here. Just ordered the most expensive one and the rest let it be the history.
    Cash only

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    Dennis Lee

    This has been my regular meepok joint since they started couple of years ago. The coffeeshop ambience is above average. The quality of the meepok dry and soup is so far the best I’ve tried. Good for breakfast, lunch and dinner..

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    Kelvin Chua

    Delicious mee pok

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    Chris Chang

    So many jln tua kong noodles. This one is quite good although I don’t know if it is really the ah lim or lao lim.

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    L X T

    With all the JTK noodle options, this one is kinda smaller in portion.. Does size matter?

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    KH Chong

    Somehow find the Bedok branch is better. Here tomato sauce is added by default.

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    Rick low

    taste not bad compared to those typical coffee shop BCM. however, is quite pricey.

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    TravelwithEsty

    5$ the mee pok, quality price wise it is worth it. I recommend!

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    Denise H

    Very good flavorful broth and fresh ingredients such makes it much better than most.

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    Lauren Petrichor. Y.

    My 9yo loves the Bak Chor mee pok at this stall!

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    Ben Chan

    Mee Hoon Kuay is tasty and generous.

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    Sean Yeo

    This seems to be the branch from the stall at Siglap area. Somehow I like the mee pok at the original stall bettter. The gravy is a littletoo salty for my liking. The noodle is nicely cooked and ingredients are fresh.

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    Daniel Lim

    Best bak Chor mee in town.

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    Leon Teo

    Delicious food, price a bit high but worth it.

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    MNG

    Noodle was overcooked for me. The fishball and fishcake were pedestrian. Their chili and lard mix was good but not outstanding. Average at best.

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    Comment Tator

    Terribly over rated . Those who have had really good authentic mee pork would hardly call this good . Miserly portions . Very mediocre.

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    Hulk

    Great tasting bak chor meepok. Noodles was springy, chilli and the stock for the soup was good. Ordered the $6.50 portion but could not fill my stomach. That was not a big portion at all.

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    Ms Thrifty

    Somehow I feel the portion is bigger than the one at Bedok Market Place. Along this street, I my preference is this over Feifei wanton noodles.

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    Michael Lim

    Nice food and very pleasant place

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    David Lee

    One of my favorite Mee pok place !

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    Tracy Tan

    Perfect for a bowl of noodles! Flavourful. Fresh ingredients.

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    Joanna Tan

    The taste is okay, price is a little high than other regular coffee shop’s BCM. Perhaps because there’re 2 pieces of shrimps. The wait was quite long – might wanna take note if you’re in a hurry! Drinks here are also more expensive than other kopitiam’s.

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    Wendy Tan

    Hands down best bar chor mee in the east side. Worth the long wait on weekends during lunch time. But do try to go during off peak hours if you can!

    The smallest portion is never enough. 😉

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    Richard Tong

    Noodles looks plain but packs a punch when it comes to taste. Regular order dry noodles with chilli are a bit spicier than elsewhere so do take care if you are not a fan of spice/chilli.

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    Louise Tan

    Yummy fish ball and prawn noodles in open air coffee shop.

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    JW Y

    Their meat balls are soft and tender, and the noodle seasoning are excellent. Got the old-time feel to it.

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    Darren Tan

    Sauce and chilli was ok but the noodles are overcooked. Will be worth a try if you are around this area

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    Chee Kiong Tee

    My favorite mee hoon kueh soup

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    Nick “Johnny Me”

    Quite expensive for bak Chor mee

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    Christina Abc

    Love the bak chor mee.
    The soup is great!

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    Greg Tay

    One of the best BCM around.

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    Wing

    Taste was not bad. Price was reasonable. There was some smell when ordering next to the stall.

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    Kin Tsing Leong

    Over rated . Dam expensive . Portions small bowl small . Expensive …

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    Jaycee Goh

    Love the meepok

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    Jocelyn Lim

    This stall is one of my favourite fish ball noodle. It used to be at the road along the other side of Joo Chiat, near the eastshore hospital. The sauce, the texture of noodles are well blended. Though they open till night, i prefer the morning team. There is a different taste on evening.

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    William Ho

    Quite crowded on a Sunday morning for their noodles

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    Pauline Ong

    Mee pok, chilli and soup all good but my last visit soup a little sweet, sorry don’t like sweet. Overall OK.

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    Kelvin Ko

    One of the best noodles in sg

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    22 yiptony

    The BCM served at Joo Chiat Place is below average in taste. The soup lacks flavour – disappointing, in fact.
    Will I return to this joint for another round of BCM? Unlikely!

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    Victor Tay

    One of my favorites noodle place.

    Service: what service? It’s inside a coffeeshop!
    Food: Yums
    Price: Hey you can figure out!
    Decor: Literally I doesn’t know how to do describe!

    Personal View: Highly you catch me there often.

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    Jim Wee

    The noodle is nice but a bit on the high side if you compared to those sold at market.

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    KYChingS Y

    Best mee pok I’ve had in ages. Tastes just like the one at jln tua Kong back then. Really happy to have chanced upon it.

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    Jasmine Khoo

    Good portion size for the $5 bowl, with very fragrant chili that’s not too spicy. Waiting for the noodles on weekends can be quite a long wait, so do go earlier.

    Even their soup is delicious, which is pretty rare for Bak Chor Mee.

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    Bernard Tan

    This stall is good and will fall into the 20 stalls in Singapore that I would repeatedly come back to eat. The fact that I learnt of this stall from the freebies offerred from the Champions League final is a bonus! YNWA!

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    Keith Tan

    My family and I like eating dinner here sometimes. Mee Pok is good. Parking in front on the place is free by virtue of being visible from where you sit. It’s a small coffee shop, but because it’s a corner unit terrace, tables are airy.

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    Jarrod

    It was delicious

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    Kwang Heng Lim

    overall very satisfied with the noodle and source.

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    Y C S

    $5. For this…

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    ernest ho

    Many variety besides Mee Pok like laksa, handmade noodles etc. Clean and airy

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    Joel Cheong

    Was brought here by my good friend along the popular Joo Chiat food lane

    Noodles were chewy and the minced meat was liberally placed on top of it. The soup was sweet as well and it was good comfort food for a Sunday morning.

    Wasn’t crowded today although I am told that it’s usually packed most days.

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    Jasper Chong

    Good noodles, much better that other competitors near by.

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    Longs Ng

    Great tasty dry & soup noodles at Ah Lim …

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    Matthew Leu

    Pricy for the amount of food you get compared to other bak chor mee spots in general. Also, on Chinese New Year eve they slap a $1 surcharge on all their dishes (only found out after I paid) but have you waiting for 30mins …

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    Peter T Ng

    Nice but a touch wet and acrid. Some wait.

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    Teck San

    I still miss the pork lard every time I come here. Is it no more serve pork lard?

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    KH Ang

    Bak chor mee is awesome BUT remember to tell them to cut down on the chilli!

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    Gek Kim Choo

    so nice to be able to have kway teow tng for bfast. broth slightly on sweet side but the generous helping of fried garlic and fresh coriander balanced it out.

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    Fickle Travellers SG

    I wonder if the standard has dropped? The flavours in the portion today seem blah I’m not sure what about… maybe it’s cost decided to get the $5 portion but I wouldn’t think that the balance of flavours would be compromised that much perhaps there’s not enough of that heart attack inducing fried lard, perhaps it was too much soy sauce, tomato ketchup…

    Though I must say that the fish cake is fresh, bouncy … Delish! The fried wantans were crispy and just as fresh! ️ For that, I gave it an additional ⭐

    I’m not sure if I would pop by again… Perhaps I’ve been too spoilt for choices let’s see

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    WaiLee Yang

    Ducknroce, mee pok, mee hoon kway all my favs in one place and all sooooo good! My lunchtime escape place.

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    Sebestian Tan

    Hard to find parking, noodles are so over rated, actually it’s bad. Potion getting smaller too.

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    Nigel Tristan

    Run-of-the-mill BCM. Noodles were okay if not with a rather strong alkaliny taste.. Sauce condiments were ok,but the dry version didnt have enuff sauce. Fishball tasted factory produced and mediocre. Expensive for a $6.50 bowl with such small portions. Minced meat was the only tasty thing and even then,there was so very little of ityo begin with. Fishcake slices were not worth mentioning,period.
    Overall a 5.3 pts outta 10. Will not go outta my way for this,thats a given.

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    Eugene Tan

    Great noodles. The chilli was tasty. Easy parking along roadside too.

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    lionel wee

    I eat their mee pok at least once a week. And not sick of it.

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    Kenneth Goh

    Prepare to wait for a while on weekends and public holidays

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    sk fong

    Main Hun kuai is tokkong

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    Puay Chee Lim

    Pricey

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    Dennis Yeo

    Ordered 7 dollar cos I was hungry but disappointed at the noodle portion, taste is decent but not amazing. In my opinion if you’re feeling hungry, a large portion at feifei wanton mee across the road will be cheaper and leave you more than satisfied

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    Norman Ng

    Decent selection of local foods, with rojak , and wan tan mee. Good stop over for cyclist pitstop.

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    Jasper Aston Lim

    Enjoyed the well-executed noodles and sauce/seasoning, but that’s about it. Not something I’d see myself returning for though, especially since it’s far and you definitely have to wait (waited about 10-15mins and it was pre-peak).

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    Chandler Ling

    Nostalgic taste located in a laid back corner of Joo Chiat area. Abit pricy on the portion though. Good place fr a Sunday relax local brunch.

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    Raymond Seah

    Not the “Lau Lim Jalan Tua Kong Mee Pok” but good news is you do not have to wait 45min. I find it tasty even when it was at Macpherson Lane… a good alternative if the more popular stalls are busy….

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    Lectress P

    1st time trying this… It’s really very good. The noodles, fishball & meatball are fresh & springy, their minced pork has a good ratio of fat & lean parts.

    In addition, the Kopi O’ is very robust, the Kaya Butter toast is very good too.

    In my opinion, it’s better than Ah Ma Chi Mian.

    Total damage: $15

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    James Tey

    Actually pass by wanted to eat the 飞飞 wanton mee end up trying this noodle. All in all this noodle is good. But take take of the chilli quite spicy. Suggest you tell them less chilli if you can’t take spicy food. Have to try and I’ll come back for it. Last but not least the coffee also good

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    Abby Teo

    Ordered fish ball and sliced fish cake Kway Tew Soup . Too much fried onions in the soup. Did’t know google would ask to grade the store; did not take any photos.

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    Darryl Tan

    Pretty good. Satisfied the craving. Brief 10min wait.

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    Jev

    My favourite stall to go to when i have a noodle craving. They serve a variety of noodles including Ban Mian but do take note that they “Mee Hoon Kuey” is only available during breakfast. My personal preference, their dry “Shou Gong Mian” is absolutely delicious! Oh, and try out their “Her Kiao” (Fish dumpings in soup)!

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    Johnny Tan

    They have a new store frog por

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    Cl Ang

    Queue is decent 15min. Food is good with the sauce being the key factor. Prawns are not v nice as it’s those soaked in alkaline water to get a cue cue texture and not the fresh prawn texture. Not exactly the best price for medium $5.50.

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    Hou Seng Tan

    The noodles was good but service was slow.

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    Hendy Shi

    Another visit to enjoy the noodle… Highly recommended

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    Nick Loh

    Typical Bak Chor Mee, nothing to shout out but with high price tag $5.50 onwards of basic 2 fish ball migre mince pork. patronise if only nearby and lazy to travel further

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    Irene Lu

    Not sure why the food here and Fei Fei opposite is so expensive. Roughly 6 bucks per bowl for an above average bak chor mee. They give pork lard which is nice and the chili is stupidly spicy for me.

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    Ginny Toh

    First time trying this. Found the shop as we popped into the area.
    The store specialize in Mee pok & kway teow mee. Order at counter and wait for yr number beeper to light up and then self collect. They don’t sell coffee but you are allow to buy from next door stall which is also owe by the same boss.
    We ordered the small mee pok which costs $5. Kinda ex if you ask me.
    Noodle texture was good and in the bowl it comes with 1 meatball & 1 fish all.
    Overall we didn’t think it was value for $.

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    Brian He

    Pretty good Mee pok though serving size is slightly smaller than other shops. Service was pretty quick on a weekday morning. The dumpling soup was pretty good I must say. 5 dollars for 5 rather huge dumplings is quite value for money. The skin of the dumplings can be thinner.

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    Jason Chan

    Ok, this place has been infested with cockroaches in end May 2021. Therefore, Government has ordered them to closed for 2 weeks. During the 2 weeks of closure, they put up a sign saying they were doing renovation. Their food ok, not that bad. Hopefully they learned a lesson and keep their cooking area clean. For those who did not get the news.

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    Robin Tay

    Has good tasty pork chor mee

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    Victor Koh

    Tasty food, but tightly packed shop. It would help if more fans are installed.

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    greenleaves

    Regular here, wonderful food as always.

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    Benedict Chan

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    Not crowded. Clean place. Salty broth. Generous helping of ingredients. Plenty of lard. Easy parking. Would I be frequent visitor? Nah

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    CHEN BO KUAN “GTM Strategist Officer” Louis Luke CHEN

    Nice place

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    Henny Ngim

    Very cozy neighbourhood for a good bowl of BCM. Slightly above average price for its serving but overall experience is good. Crowds build up after 12:30pm.

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