Mee Sua is a dish most of us would have probably tried at least once before. But have you ever tried Black Mee Sua? If you haven’t yet, then you’re in for a treat! Situated at Ang Mo Kio is Shiok Shiok Noodles that is run by a young hawker who serves a tasty bowl of Black Mee Sua. What’s even better, XO is added into the dish to elevate it to another level! This XO Black Mee Sua is definitely a must try and you’ll be hooked on the first sip!

Scrumptious XO Black Mee Sua At Ang Mo Kio Photo:@walletonlyfivedollars (Instagram) Image:@matildalim (Instagram)

Black Mee Sua is certainly a rare dish to find nowadays, with Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup being one of the only other places that serves this dish. Unlike the typical Chinese and Taiwanese ones we are used to, Black Mee Sua has more of a thicker and darker coloured soup.  Additionally, mixed pig organs are usually added in. What makes Shiok Shiok Noodles stand out is the addition of XO into their mee sua which brings the dish to another level. Every sip would want to make you exclaim “Shiok!”.

 

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