Lau Pa Sat Fishball Minced Meat Noodle: Go Go Bak Chor Mee
I am amazed to see just how popular Bak Chor Mee is amongst Singaporeans! Our current “Favourite Hawker Dish” poll shows a very close fight between Bak Chor Mee and Chicken Rice for 2nd and 3rd positions. At this stage, Hokkien Mee seems to be the firm favourite unless a whole clan of Chicken Rice […]
Mei Xin Minced Meat Noodles: How do ST reporters find these places?
Bak Chor Mee $2.50 I found this review by Teo Pau Lin not long ago about this Bak Chor Mee “in the boondocks” and what struck me most was how in the world do these Straits Times reporters find this sort of places. I mean, the Food Centre is smack in the middle of nowhere […]
Seng Kee Minced Pork Noodles: You just can’t stop this Teochew Ah Hia!
With Amagada, ieatMama and the kids Bak Chor Mee $4 It’s been a year since I blogged about Seng Kee. I was looking at my old pictures and felt that I should do justice to their food by doing a better job with the photos. Since my last post, I have changed my camera equipment […]
Li Xin Chao Zhou Fish Ball: Retro Next Gen Fishballs with Killer Chilli and Lard!
There are updates at the end of the blog With AlecEe, smart, iwatch_ueat and bashful hunter Does Retro, Next Gen Fishball sound like an oxymoron to you? Let me explain just what I mean. This newly opened Fishball stall is actually a branch of the famous stall in Toa Payoh Lor 7 which has been […]
Teo Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodle: Melt in your Mouth Braised Pork Soft Bones
I simply love braised pork soft bone, don’t you? I just could not resist ordering a bowl of this Braised Pork Noodle. The Pork Soft Bone has been cooked till you can finish the whole bowl of noodle without leaving anything in the bowl or on the table next to the bowl. Talking about throwing […]
Ever been working hard till 3am in the morning and feeling hungry for a nice bowl of noodles? Well, in keeping with the mission statement of this blog “to provide 24 hour access to information that will help you satisfy that hunger or make you more hungry”, I am proud to present for your consideration, […]
Parklane Abalone Bak Chor Mee: Sim Lim Food Centre Part 2 of 3
With PK, yummiedummies, smart, liverpool, iwatch_ueat and tamago Some people have recommended this Bak Chor Mee, so I have included it into this series. What makes it a bit special is the piece of Abalone that is thrown in. That’s about it. The noodles were good but not exceptional. Some of our makankakis even commented […]
Citizoom Minced Fish Noodle: Everything is made from Fish! Geylang East Central Part 1 of 6
With smart, iwatch_ueat and liverpool Now this is a great one for those looking for something novel and healthy. This place sells Shou Gong Yu Mian (Handmade Fish Noodles). Not only is the noodle made of fish, the brown crispy stuff is also made of fish, the wanton is stuffed with fish and the noodles […]
Ah Kow Bak Chor Mee: Another champion BCM?: Hong Lim Food Centre 4 of 7
With liverpool, Damien, iwatch_ueat and smart I serendipitously stumbled upon this stall which had a big Makansutra Legend poster stuck onto the front of the glass display. Oh I knew that there was a really good Bak Chor Mee stall in the food centre, but no one mentioned that they were also a Makansutra Legend. […]
Amigo: Bak Chor Mee my Friend: Changi Village Hawker Centre Part 2 of 6
This is one of the better Bak Chor Mees around and I actually like the chilli here more than many other stalls. For me, the balance of the chilli and vinegar is just right and the combination of the mince pork and the sauce was really shiok. The only thing that is preventing it from […]
Hillstreet Tai Hwa Pork Noodles: Everybody Queue up!
Updated 30 Aug 2018 This is perhaps one of the most famous Bak Chor Mee in Singapore. It’s gotten even more famous after they were the first hawkers to ever get awarded a Michelin Star in 2016! The name Tai Hua is almost synoymous with Bak Chor Mee. After all, they have been around for […]
With ieatMaMa, ieatMrs, ieatjr and ieatprincess Just what is so darn special about Mee Pok Tar? Is it such an icon of Singaporean hawker fare that a whole nation can be mesmerized by a satire about “Mee Pok Tar Mai Ter Kwa”? (Dry flat noodles and hold the liver please) The other thing I can’t […]