Master prata is run by a young man who father used to make pratas at Jalan Kayu. He inherited the crispy prata recipe from his father and still persists in making his own dough in order to preserve his father's recipe. The prata was shatteringly crisp and reminded me of the crispy prata that I used to eat in the 90's.
Sum Kee does their sauces really well. I especially like their sliced fish with bittergourd and chilli black bean sauce. This is a sauce that you can easily make yourself at home and it will be quite tasty. However, the sauce here has just got that X factor, X being the secret ingredient that they have added which gives it that extra dimension which you will spend the rest of the meal trying to figure out.
This stall has relocated What would possess a forex trader to give up his well paying job to enter the hawker trade? Well, the answer I got is what one would have expected from a forex trader. He is simply taking a position which he thinks would yield greater profits in the future! At least […]
If you are heading to Telok Blangah Crescent for Hai Kee Char Kway Teow, do check out the BONELESS chicken wings from Fei Lou Porridge along the next aisle. Yes, you heard me right, these are chicken wings where the bones have been removed and at $1.20, it is quite an affordable luxury to eat […]
Hai Kee Char Kway Teow: The Famous one from Queenstown has moved here!
Char Kway Teow $4 portion (prices start at $3) Frying a plate of Char Kway Teow is a dying art in Singapore. Of all the hawker dishes, Char Kway Teow is the most artisanal because the essence of a plate of Char Kway Teow lies almost solely in the hands of the hawker. The other […]
Bukit Purmei Lor Mee: Sticky, Gooey, Crunchy, Savoury, Shiokness
This stall has reopened in a new location – updated 25 Jan 2016 You can categorize hawker foods several ways. You could have a group called “Superstars of Hawker Cuisine” which would consist of foods like Chicken Rice, Hokkien Mee, Laksa and Satay where every tourist that comes to Singapore must eat. If that be the […]
With Liverpool and smart Wanton Mee with extra Char Siew $3.50 I am beginning to see that there are really two broad groups of Wanton Mee fans. One group focuses just on the quality of the noodles. They don’t really care if the Char Siew or Wanton is quite ordinary, they just go for the […]