Mention beef noodles and the first stall that comes to mind was the one that used to be at Scotts Picnic food court. The beef noodle there was one of the main reasons for visiting that particular shopping centre. If that memory has evoked a Pavlovian response, then you should quickly wipe off your saliva […]
Beef Laksa $5 The mere mention of Beef Laksa would surely get many a foodie’s antennae buzzing. After all, when was the last time you ate Beef Laksa? Unless you know of Hong Heng, then probably the answer is “Never!”. That being the case, if you are a foodie, then you would want to make […]
Hock Lam Beef Kway Teow: The difference between Teochew and Hainanese Beef Kway Teow
This stall has closed. Hock Lam Beef Kway Teow turns 100 this year and I was there recently to film for a Channel News Asia episode of Truly Asia. I met with the dear uncle who is the grandson of the original founder of Hock Lam Beef Kway Teow and posed him a question that […]
We are not done with Penang just yet. There are still quite a few stalls to recommend for those who are planning to head up to Penang. The next two posts will cover the foods that are very similar between Singapore and Penang. So unlike Penang Laksa and Penang Char Kway Teow which are quite […]
Hock Lam Beef Kway Teow: Let’s Raise the Bar on Beef Kway Teow!
Minipot Shabu Shabu sets starting from $15 (All proceeds donated to Operation Smile) I recently complained to a TV producer that she should not continue to make TV shows that glamourise $2 hawker meals. I mean, do we really want to encourage more hawkers to compete just price rather than to focus on quality? With […]
Empress Place Beef Kway Teow: Teochew Beef Kway Teow got no gravy one!
With SCS Butter Did you realise that most of the hawker food that we are familiar with are less than a century old? It’s true! A few of our most famous heritage stalls can trace their roots back to around the early 1900′s. That makes it about 3 or 4 generations from then till now. […]
Kheng Fatt Beef Noodles: Do You Prefer Soup or Dry?
Damien says it is damn shiok. Makansutra nominated them for street hawker masters for 2007 and they have been around since 1978. So, according to the theory of evolution, this should be good since its the survival of the fittest or should I say, the survival of the tastiest. Yes this sounds like one those […]
Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles: Damien’s Favourite Beef Noodles!
With smart, liverpool, bashfulhunter, iwatch_ueat, damien and PowerAunty Beef Kway Teow Dry $4 According to Damien, this stall sells the BEST beef kway teow in Singapore. Better than all the rest. So we had to make our pilgrimage down to Toa Payoh to try it. The stall is supposed to be opened till 7pm, so […]
With smart, carnineviand and iwatch_ueat According to the stallowner, Mr Wong, this is the one and only Seremban Beef Kway Teow in Singapore. That’s according to him, but as far as we know this is certainly a very unique tasting beef kway teow. The dry version is sweeter than the local version. Sweet black sauce […]
This is Happi Mummi’s favourite Beef Noodle place and she insisted that I should blog it one day. So I hope she is looking at the pictures and drooling! The stall is called the Beef House, but the only beef they sell are these Ping Pong Ball sized Beef Balls. This is not your run-of-the-mill […]
Hock Lam Street Beef Kway Teow: Traditional Teochew Recipe since 1911
With liverpool and iwatch_ueat My Beef Kway Teow list would be incomplete without the inclusion of this famous stall which has been around for almost a century. Hock Lam Street is famous not only for its traditional Teochew Beef Kway Teow recipe, lately it has also become well known for having the most agreeable looking […]