Tuesday, April 23, 2019

新路潮洲鱼圆粿條麵汤 : formerly from Margaret Drive Food Centre

This is one of the stalls from the now-defunct Margaret Drive Food Centre before moving to this food centre. I used to eat at their stall at Margaret Drive Food Centre, it was already popular then. There was a short queue and it took me about 15 minutes to order and receive it. I ordered the dry mee pok with extra 5 fishballs for $4.50, there is also an option to add 2 fishballs for $3.60. The normal portion is $3.00 and $3.50 with extra noodles. It was cooked by a young chap with a man bun.

The mee pok was cooked al dented then served with chilli and ketchup with bits of crispy lard, garnished with chopped spring onions. The concoction of the sauce has an old-school taste and I liked it, it is not exactly spicy and with a tinge of sweetness. 

The fishballs were served in a bowl of lightly flavored soup and there was a total of 15 in it. The texture of those fishballs was firm and bouncy, it tasted quite fresh. 

It was sold out at about 1 pm on that day. It was sold out before 12 pm when I returned for lunch on a Sunday.

159 Mei Chin Road #0205 Mei Ling Food Centre SINGAPORE 140159
Operating Hours: 8.00 am to 2.00 pm (Closed on Thursdays)


  1. Do they have a outlet at bendemmer food centre?

  2. There used to be a stall at Bendemeer Food Centre but I do not remember seeing it when I was there about 2 weeks again.

  3. Actually the food centre is known as Commonwealth Food Cemtre but the associated name Margaret Drive Food Centre is more famously used.

    I don't think there is another stall at Bendemeer. But the ice kachang stall is there.