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Chai Chee Noodle Village @ Changi Point Mall

Chai Chee Noodle Village has several outlets and we are pleased the food standard is commendable for the outlet at Changi Point food court. The nice chilli sauce accentuate the overall flavour of the mee pok well, producing a bowl of mee pok that we loved.

Chai Chee Noodle Village @ Changi Point Mall

My son enjoys all kind of noodles, especially the traditional dry version of mee pok mixed with the extra chili sauce. So it is naturally to be one of our choices for lunch when we spotted the outlet of Chai Chee Noodle Village – a noodle stall famous for serving mixed minced pork noodle (Bak Chor Mee) and fishball noodle.

Kway Teow (Soup) $ 5.0

A taste of the soup received the thumb up instantly, sweetness and seasoning of the soup were right on the spot, the soup was light but enough heft in its flavour, we slurped up the whole bowl of the soup to the last drop.

Fishballs were springy and tasty, not saturated with flour but ones can fully appreciate the genuine fish meat in each bite, similarly to the fish cakes which was delectable, kway teow or flat rice noodle was smooth with nice texture to provide a well-rounded bowl of Kway Teow soup.

Mee Pok (Dry) $ 5.0

The bowl of Mee Pok was equally impressive, the secret to a good bowl of dry mee pok lies heavily in the base chilli sauce, fortunately, we have a bowl of good seasoned mee pok that was tossed with the right tingly chilli and the signature Teochew flair, completed well with the bowl of fish balls and fish cakes soup.

Our verdict

Chai Chee Noodle Village has several outlets and we are pleased the food standard is commendable for the outlet at Changi Point food court. The nice chilli sauce accentuate the overall flavour of the mee pok well, producing a bowl of mee pok that we loved.

Chai Chee Noodle Village

A: Changi Point Mall Kofu Food Court, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, 486038

H: 10am to 10pm Daily

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