Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee

In a previous incarnation dating some five decades back Seng Hiang went all greasy, grimy gopher guts on you tiao (Chinese crullers), char kway teow as well as satay then, before switching gears entirely and metamorphosing into the much-lionised bcm peddler at Bedok 85 we know today. Overseen by second-generation proprietors Mr Chua Yok Kee alongside his sister, items sold per the stall's surpassingly modest menu number just two - dry minced meat noodles ($4.50/$5.50) and its soupy counterpart ($3.50/$4.50).

Seng Hiang opens daily from 3.30pm-12am except Wednesdays.

Sampling and thoughts:

Rather abysmal portion that raised slight consternation notwithstanding, the Dry Bak Chor Mee attempted in this particular instance was near faultless: lissome egg noodles (of the handmade variety) once mixed up with a zippy, lardon-fraught sambal chili no doubt thoroughly ingratiated with us; soupwise an almost gelatinous, exceedingly garlicky broth, firm yet tender pork balls plus lotsa 'em flocculent minced meat bits undulating about more than justified lapping the whole damn bowl clean.

TLDR: Awesome provender, unawesome quantity though.

Note: Prices subject to change without prior notice. Kindly clarify with stall before visiting or ordering.

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Score: 8.5/10


Editor's Note: Another outlet subsequently opened; its address is included below as well for convenient reference.


Fengshan Food Centre Fernvale Hawker Centre
Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4, 21 Sengkang West Avenue 1,
#01-08 #03-07
Singapore 460085 Singapore 797650