Leng Huat Fish Ball Noodle @ Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre

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This post was initially intended for Ng Kee Teochew Fish Ball Kuay Teow Mee, a popular fish ball noodle stall located on the second floor of Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre.

Unfortunately, I had underestimated its popularity because the few times I went down to the stall, I was informed of the 40 - 50 minutes long waiting time. As I did not want to spend too much time waiting, I would visit the other stalls on my list instead, thinking I could come back for it during the next visit.

However, the same scenario would repeat itself when I returned. I have now almost reached the end of my list and my next visit to the food centre would be my last. I will give them another shot then failing which, I will have to move on to my next food trail location.

Leng Huat Fish Ball Noodle is another fish ball noodle stall on my list found on the same floor as Ng Kee near the escalator. 

If you google about fish ball noodle at Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, this is the other name that pops up in the search engine.

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The stall is managed by two ladies - one cooking and one taking order. There was no queue at all hence I am able to walk up to the stall to order a bowl of fish ball mee pok dry. 

I had the largest bowl ($3/$3.50/$4) which came with four fish balls, a few slices of lean pork and fish cake.

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I am rather picky with fish balls. 

To be honest, the ones here are not to my liking. They are firm and bouncy alright but I feel it is lacking in the fish flavor. Perhaps the ratio of starch/flour to fish meat is off balance?

Personally, I find them rather generic and nothing to shout about however, I do enjoy the fresh pork slices and sweet tasting fish cake.

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I had a sip of the soup but almost spat it out as it is extremely sweet. I wonder if the cloying flavors came from the boiling of hundreds of fish balls or was it simply msg? I could not keep it down without feeling nauseating.

The soup can be diluted with more water to make it palatable. 

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What stood out for me had to be the noodle and tossing sauce. Although the mee pok was a little on the softer side, it still had a bite and it picked up the savory sauce pretty well. The chili is also aromatic with a manageable spice level.

I could do without the fish ball and soup here. Just give me the rest and I will be a happy boy.

I would be even happier if crispy pork lard is added (could not find them anywhere).

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LENG HUAT FISH BALL NOODLE 龍發魚圓麵
Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre
3 Yung Sheng Road
#02-89
Singapore 618499

Business Hours
Wed - Mon: 6am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm
Closed: Tue 



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