Located inside Mayflower Market and Food Centre. Does dried and soup noodle items like fried wonton noodles, wonton noodles, ‘fishball’ noodles, bak chor mee with choice of meepok and meekia noodles. Previously named 630 Vegetarian. Laksa and sliced fish bee hoon contain dairy - although the latter can be prepared without on request. Relocated from Blk 630 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4. NOTE: Maybe closed August 2023 - please send updates to HappyCow. Open Mon-Tue 5:00am-2:00pm, Thu-Sun 5:00am-2:00pm. Hours vary - call ahead.

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15 Reviews

First Review by SKNg


Points +3276

25 Jul 2023

unique operating hours & dishes!

Although they offer a great variety of daily unique dishes, they can do better with being more specialized and focus on getting better flavors. Fried wantons can be less dense and fillings can be less mushy. Hope to see them improving on the daily dishes. Soup is also shallow

Pros: Kway chup, Plenty of seating , Plenty of cheap parking

Cons: Shallow flavours for most dishes, Slow during peak hours



Points +602

03 Jul 2023

Zhen Xin, Singapore

Very small operation with food that is basically starch, mock meat and/or fried. Very small menu of inexpensive dishes. The lady working there seems nice. It seems they don't add egg to their dishes (I've no idea if e.g. the mock meats already contain egg).

The sign (currently) says the open at 4 am.

Pros: Inexpensive

Cons: All vegan is always better, Food could be much healthier


Points +54

08 May 2023

Friendly neighborhood hawker stall

Come and support after they reopened from hawker upgrading for two months hiatus.


Points +27

21 Aug 2022

Value for money

The kway chap is tasty and a generous portion. The fried wonton noodles are also very good.


Points +103

03 Jan 2022

Excellent food! Inexpensive affordable to all 善心人生。阿弥陀佛🙏。

They serve delicious Vegetarian food that makes me patronize them regularly even though I stay at Toa Payoh, worth traveling there to "take away" home to enjoy with my family.

Pros: Delicious inexpensive Vegetarian daily food., Kway Chap and deep fried wanton my favorites!, Cheerful and friendly stall owners~

Cons: Can't find one... Really. :D


Points +19838

26 Sep 2021

Lovely wan ton noodles

Super like their wan ton noodles, taste is intense enough for me, yummy.


Points +36

20 Aug 2021

21 Aug 2021 review

Currently it only operates until 12am. Unvaccinated also can dine in this open hawker centre.

Pros: Dumpling Noodle soup, Mee Pok

Cons: Kway chap soup is bland, but dry ingredients OK


Points +1698

11 Dec 2020

Average food, friendly staff

A very busy food house, especially on a Friday night. We got the wonton mee, the fried dumplings and the mee pok, all of which were average tasting. I personally didn't like the filling of the dumplings, I found them very floury and doughy, so the consistency was all flour. We did like how they make their noodles from fresh dough, that was brilliant and you can taste the difference. All in all, we were hungry and it satisfied us as our dinner.


Points +961

07 Dec 2020

Nice kway chap

Kway chap ingredients are nice. Soup just a bit blend. Saw that they have chicken rice on Monday also.


Points +142

22 Aug 2020


Ordered kwayzhap & handmade mee hoon kway. Cheap but taste can be improved more.


Points +1122

03 Aug 2019


The coconut-based soup is flavourful and wanton is fried upon ordered

Pros: Value for money, 24 hours


Points +405

20 Aug 2018

Not bad

Is good because it is open 24 hours a day and you can come and eat if you are hungry. I like the black soy sauce dried Kuai Teow here, do not like the tomato sauce flavor.

Pros: 24 hour

Cons: The spoon chopsticks look like very dirty and old.


Points +266

20 Mar 2018

24 hour vegetarian stall

This is probably the only vegetarian stall that I know of which operates round the clock.

I like their fried wantons, meepok, kway chap and tom yum noodles. Their lor tau kwa(you get half of it in the kway chap set) is also awesome and I like to add it to the noodles when I have them.

They also have mee sua here, so you can change the fishball noodles to mee sua if you are not that hungry. Their handmade noodles (it is used in the tom yum noodles) is pretty good too. All their dishes do not contain eggs.

Pros: 24 hour

Cons: Chopsticks, spoons and saucers always seem unclean


Points +11264

06 Mar 2018


I was here with friends at 1 past midnight.
This stall is run by 2 people but usually only 1 is present at any given point of time.
They sell wonton noodles, meepok and fried wonton noodles that are prepared only upon ordering, which is good.
Their yellow noodles are more likely to be factory made, so it’s probably vegan (handmade ones uses eggs to give the colour).

The food I had was amazing, one plate of wonton noodles dry is enough for me :)

Pros: 24 hours, good food

Cons: far from the nearest MRT (Yio Chu Kang), rude service sometimes


20 Mar 2018

Yup, I usually see the uncle in the morning and the 2 ladies in the evening.


Points +2030

25 Mar 2017

poor attitude

poor attitude showing anger to customers

Cons: poor attitude showing anger to customers

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