I never grew up eating Mee Hoon Kueh. My first exposure to it was during my young adulthood when Ban Mian was all the rage. From what I gather, this is one of those homely dishes which many Singaporeans grew up eating. At its core is the basic hand-torn noodles, which are probably the simplest way of turning […]
Good Eats and Hidden Gems: Sin Ming Industrial Estate Food Trail
We continue our exploration into our industrial heartlands to uncover good food and hidden gems! In today's trail, we will uncover a coffeeshop where toast is still done over charcoal and where you can see poh piah skin being made by hand. We will also showcase a stall making blue pea mee hoon kway and a cafe that serves a mean lu rou fan! So hit the play button and let's go!
This ban mian stall in Singapore has somehow avoided my radar for many years! I don’t remember anyone recommending them whenever I ask for Ban Mian recommendations. I only stumbled upon them one day when I spotted the long queue outside their stall at the Toa Payoh Lor 8 market. That is very surprising because […]
This Ban Mian at Geylang Lor 32 holds the record for the longest Ban Mian Queue in my books. SCS Butter and I were there at 1.30pm and we had to wait almost 30mins for our bowl of noodles. SCS tells me that even at 5pm, which is the quietest period, you still have to […]
China Whampoa Handmade noodles: Wonderfully fresh noodles!
If you ask Ban Mian fans where they get their Ban Mian fix, they will undoubtedly start listing out the stalls with the fingers of one hand and I would bet that China Whampoa will be among the five stalls listed. This very popular stall in Whampoa market is famous for their dry version with […]
Qiu Rong Ban Mian: Honest to Goodness Handmade Noodles
One of our readers wrote in recently asking me why I haven’t blogged about Mee Hoon Kueh? Well, I’ll have to admit that Mee Hoon Kueh is not one of my favourite foods. In fact, it is probably at the bottom of the list of 10 ten things I ever think of eating. One of […]