What to eat at Whampoa market? Bright and simple signage, Ah Gong Teochew Noodle churns out a unique and fulfilling bowl of noodles. Let’s dive in further.
Paired with their unique utensils and bowl, was their neatly plated bowl of yummilicious noodles.
With perfectly matched garnishes of spring onions and crispyfried onions, Ah Gong’s teochew noodles has one of the most amazing minced pork on the side.
Minced pork were gooey yet held a light chunky texture to each bite. It had a mild peppery taste, but enough to whet your appetite for the array of other ingredients. This was by far the best among the whole dish.
Fishballs were presumably handmade, came in a pair, small in size yet packs a punch in terms of texture and taste, which wasn’t overly salty.
A single deep fried meatball, similarly small, but it was dense and full of flavour. Next was a thick and “meaty” fried fish cake to add to the wonderful meal.
Noodles were nicely blanched, and mixed into their thick full bodied sauce mix. There was a slight acidic taste and aroma of vinegar, but wasn’t overwhelming the other sweetness and taste from the rest of the goody stuff.
For the price of $4 a bowl, Ah Gong Teochew Noodle’s signature noodles is definitely one that YumzYumz highly recommends. ^^
9am – 9pm Daily
90 Whampoa Dr, #01-69, Singapore 320090