For those staying in Ang Mo Kio, this noodle stall will probably be familiar to most.
Choy Siang Fishball Noodle is a traditional Teochew-style fishball noodle stall with over 40 years of history, with their stall gaining popularity since the old Lau Pa Sat Market when it first started back in 1973.
Handmade fishballs & fishcakes
The stall is famous for its fishball noodles and soup. According to reviews from customers, they are one of the very few foodstalls in Singapore that still specialise in handmade fishballs and fishcakes.
Their prices are incredibly affordable too at just $2.80 for a small size bowl to only $3.30 for a larger serving.
Long queues up to an hour of waiting are a common scene at Choy Siang, even after they had relocated to Ang Mo Kio.
Here’s a look at their fishball noodle dishes so you know what to expect.
It’s as traditional as it gets.
Here are some reviews from customers.
Stall owners retiring soon
For fans of their fishball noodles, this is your last chance to enjoy your favourite dish there as Choy Siang owners will be closing for good at the end of next month (May 2021).
That’s because the owners are retiring according to their children.
Our parents have finally decided to retire 😘 Our last day will be till end of May 2021We would like to thank all loyal customers for your support all these years. 🙏🙏🙏
H/T: Photos from Amy Goh via Hawkers United Facebook group.
Choy Siang Teochew Fishball Noodles
- Address: 151 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5, Singapore 560151
- Opening Hours: 7.30am – 2pm (Sat – Tue, closed on Wed, Thur & Fri)
- Nearest MRT Station: Yio Chu Kang (15min walk)