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  1. #281
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    MACPHERSON MINCED MEAT NOODLES



    Bak Chor Mee, which translates to minced meat noodles, is a noodle dish tossed in vinegar, minced meat, pork slices, pork liver, stewed sliced mushrooms, meat balls and bits of deep-fried lard.

    The addition of chilli is optional, and you have a choice of mee pok (flat egg noodles) or mee kia (thin egg noodles).

    You can also choose between the dry version and the soup version.

    Traditional hawkers will also add a few small pieces of fried crispy sole fish and Chinese lettuce as garnishing.

    Owner Uncle Yap starts work at 3am every morning.

    His broth is boiled with old hens, soy beans and anchovies for 3 to 4 hours.

    The bowl of rich and cloudy soup is really tasty, with a hint of sweetness.

    Uncle Yap adds the power braised mushroom sauce to the noodles before serving them.

    The flavours are strong with a tanginess from the presence of black vinegar.

    Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles is the stall where once you try it, you will want to come back for more every week.

    The typical bak chor mee that you taste at the food court will no longer satisfy your gastronomic tastes.

    So, you have been warned, try the bak chor mee here and get your taste buds spoilt forever.

    You will never enjoy your normal bak chor mee again.

    Come and enjoy their delicious dishes in a very affordable budget

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    1382 Serangoon Road, Singapore 328254

    Operating Hours
    7am to 2pm, or till sold out. Closed on Tuesdays.

    Telephone
    9757 9297

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: breakfast and lunch, young and old

    Signature: Bak Chor Mee,小碗面 (xiǎo wǎn mi?n)

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    Dunman Duck Rice



    The silky smooth kway chap steals the thunder.

    This stall is famous for its braised duck ($28 for a whole duck; $14 for half).

    But sadly, we were not blown away by the dish.

    Sure, the duck was succulent and well marinated, and the rice and gravy were suitable accompaniments.

    But there was an x-factor that was missing in this dish in order for this stall to rise above the ranks of other equally decent braised duck specialists.

    The flat rice noodles were done well–soft and silky, but with a little bite.

    The noodles were dunked in a light brown broth that was delicious and topped with wolfberries, fried onions and freshly sliced spring onions.

    The accompanying items on a mixed plate of braised goodies, including portions of hard boiled egg, fish cake, pig intestine, tau pok and pig skin were delicious.

    The thick dark sauce blanketing the items was salty, but left a sweet aftertaste. It also had slight notes of cinnamon and star anise, part of the traditional Chinese five-spice combo.

    The ingredients in kway chap may be humble, but the owners of this stall certainly know how to make them as good as gold.

    Come and enjoy their delicious dishes in a very affordable budget

    Must eat everything that is offered at the stall, the meat is evenly sliced and is tender, the intestine is fresh and does not have smell,

    overall it is a place that is good to stop by to have a bite.

    Its worth to go all the way there just for the duck rice!

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #01-10 DUNMAN FOOD CENTRE, 271 ONAN ROAD, 424768

    Operating Hours
    Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 21:00

    Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 21:00

    Closed: Fri

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: young and old, lunch and dinner

    Signature: kway chap with braised sides like boiled egg, fish cake, pig intestine, tau pok and pig skin.

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    GEYLANG LOR 29 FRIED HOKKIEN MEE



    Many locals would drive all the way to East Coast Road to have a plate of the best Hokkien Mee in town.

    To many foodies and casual eaters, Geylang Lor 29 is a top contender.

    It’s particularly different as the chef still uses charcoal fire to cook up the noodle dish.

    This is like a major throwback to the 60’s when charcoal fire was prominently used by hawker stall persons to cook noodle dishes.

    Geylang Lor 29 has been serving up this classic hawker food since, and it never fails to deliver. You likely turn up your nose for this dish to savour the smoky fragrance!

    Fans of seafood will love Geylang Lor 29’s Hokkien noodles as the fresh prawns and squids given in each plate are more generous than what offered in other places.

    Aside from the famous fried prawn Hokkien Mee, oyster omelette and carrot cake are also on offer. Both taste good and are a perfect company to the guests while waiting for their Hokkien mee.

    A regular serving of this stall’s Hokkien noodles can feed up to two persons, while the upsized serving is suitable for 3 to 4 persons.

    30-minute waiting time is expected.

    You will never enjoy your normal fried hokkien mee again.

    Come and enjoy their delicious dishes in a very affordable budget

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    396 East Coast Road, Singapore 428994

    Operating Hours
    Tuesday to Sunday: 11:30 – 21:30
    Closed on Mondays

    Telephone
    (65) 6242 0080

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: dinner and lunch, young and old

    Signature: Hokkien Mee

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    Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice 原味沙煲饭



    The stretch of Jalan Tampang is populated with eateries and draws good crowd from the nearby residents.

    Located just a stone’s throw away from the famous Sembawang White Bee Hoon, Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice offers local zi char dishes and claypot rice in a non-air conditioned coffeeshop.

    There is seating available at the front and back of the shop.

    Claypot rice is supposed to be the signature dish here and is cooked in the traditional way with chicken, salted fish, Chinese sausage and vegetables.

    However, the seasoning was too mellow to encapsulate the essence of a real good claypot rice.

    The chicken was tender but suffered from the same fate as the rice for the blandness.

    Overall, a little more work is required to perk up the overall flavour.

    Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice delivered the promise of quality and taste, we seriously loved most of the dishes served though the claypot rice was a misstep during our visit.

    Overall it is still a place worth visiting for some good comfort food.

    Come and enjoy their delicious dishes in a very affordable budget

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    4 Jalan Tampang
    Sembawang, Singapore

    Operating Hours
    Opens - 11am to 10pm

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: dinner and lunch, young and old

    Signature: da lu mian, san lou bee hoon, garlic fried chicken, curry fish head

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    Master Tang Wanton Mee



    Master Tang Wanton Mee Now at Sixth Avenue is a Hong Kong Style Noodles By 82-year-old Chef.

    Located just a stone’s throw away from the famous Sembawang White Bee Hoon, Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice offers local zi char dishes and claypot rice in a non-air conditioned coffeeshop.

    Remember Guang Zhou Kitchen which was previously in Chinatown Food Centre? We were disappointed that they were closed last year after receiving so much support from foodies.

    But good news is, chef/owner Mr Tang has opened Master Tang Wanton Mee at Sixth Avenue a few months ago.

    Still feisty at 82-year-old, Mr Tang has been a former head chef from Crystal Jade kitchens.

    According to Makansutra, he is the man behind the signature Crystal Jade wanton mee and was their former chief kitchen trainer for almost two decades.

    With the help of his wife, he still does the cooking while the wife takes the orders.

    On our day of visit, it is interesting to see an ang moh ordering wanton mee from them.

    Thin noodles, rich broth and wanton filled with shrimp and pork is the best combination for wanton mee.

    It is, however, difficult to get all three elements right. The noodles are thin and refined with an alkaline taste and a springy texture, a sign that shows Mr Tang has perfected through years of experience.

    The only small issue which we had was that the noodles was a little lumpy. Probably because we went after lunch and the boss was busy doing other things while cooking noodles.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Kopitown Coffeeshop, 10E Sixth Avenue, Singapore 276474

    Operating Hours
    8am-4pm, Close on Thursday

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and lunch

    Signature: beef brisket and beef tendon noodles, wantan mee, braised chicken feet noodles, pork knuckle noodles

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    Simon Road Oyster Omelette



    I was craving for a good oyster omelette and decided to head to one of my favourites, Simon Road Oyster Omelette.

    A quick google search revealed that the stall is no longer along Simon road, but at its new location at Upper Boon Keng Market.

    At the helm is Lin Bao Ping, 47, who took over the business from his late father. Owing his skills at the stove to his father, Bao Ping has continued his father’s legacy by sticking to his time-tested recipe, which he still refers to every time he prepares the batter. I was curious to learn how Bao Ping prepares the oyster omelette, which is known to be one of the crispiest around. I peered into the stall as my plate was being prepared and realized that the batter was being fried for an extended period of time.

    I would later find out from Bao Ping that this was an important step in making the omelette extra crispy.

    True to its reputation, the crisp of the omelette was undeniable.

    Fluffy and spongy egg, crisp batter, plump oysters — what more can one ask for?. At this point, I had my dining partner pass me all of her oysters because she only eats the egg in an oyster omelette – comment below if you are like that too!

    oF course, how can I forget about the chilli which plays an extremely important role in every plate of oyster omelette?

    The zesty chilli sauce made the already addictive plate of omelette even more addictive.

    Simon Road Oyster Omelette may have been misinformed that they were moving to 210 Hougang Street 21. Due to a last-minute decision, they have moved to their current location at Upper Boon Keng Market instead.

    If you have not had a good oyster omelette in a while, it is time to visit them!

    We couldn’t get enough of it!

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    17 Upper Boon Keng Rd, #01-42, Singapore 380017

    Operating Hours
    7am to 7pm daily, closed on Mondays

    Telephone
    +65 8403 6767

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and lunch

    Signature: oyster omelette and fried oyster

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    Armenian Street Fried Kway Teow @ Seng Kang



    Amernian Street Char Kway Teow was once a popular hawker stall in the 90s and had attracted many MPs and artistes.

    Started in 1949 by Mr Tan’s father back in Armenian Street, the street side stall was well-loved by many CKT fans.

    Mr Tan said he was helping his father since young age and finally took over the stall in the late 80s.

    But after relocating to a few different places, it was dropped off the radar.

    Thank goodness for the power of social media that the stall was found again in Seng Kang!

    A good plate of Fried Kway Teow (from $4) I must say. This wasn’t the best (I still like Zion Road’s CKT) but this was defintely one of the better ones I have tried.

    The noodles were well coated with sweet dark soy sauce and had a semi-wet consistency.

    There was just sufficient wok hei with small but crunchy pieces of pork lard, but lashing of Chinese sausages, bean sprouts chives, cockles and egg.

    I ate a plate on site and bought a packet home to let my family try it (Yes, I buy my own CKT). I find that it tasted better when chilli is added into it. They have other outlets in Tampines and Sin Ming.

    We couldn’t get enough of it!

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Blk 303 Anchorvale Link, Singapore 541303

    Operating Hours
    11.30am to 8pm; closed on Thursdays

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and lunch and dinner

    Signature: Fried Kway Teow

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    Cheng Kee Beef Kway Teow



    Dry & Soup Beef Noodles With Snaking Queues At This Hawker Stall In Kovan.

    Since young, my family of four would rotate who gets to choose what was for dinner on the weekends as we looked to unwind over an easy meal around the vicinity.

    I will always remember how my sister stubbornly pestered to have beef noodles, regardless of the distance.

    So, we headed to Cheng Kee Beef Kway Teow near Kovan MRT.

    With the brightest signage under Block 203, the corner store is not hard to spot. At first, I thought I had beaten the lunch crowd to avoid the queue but boy, was I wrong.

    If you walk a little further up, you’ll be greeted by a snaking queue that lurks around the stall. The steady line remained consistent throughout our time here.

    Well, Singaporean culture claims this: If there’s a queue, it’s got to be good right? We were about to find out.

    The line moved really fast, with the young chef inside the kitchen whipping bowls up quickly to satiate hungry customers.

    I noticed two jars placed on the table, where patrons eagerly scooped heaps up in multiple saucers.

    Of course, I followed suit. The vibrant chilli and sweet onion sauce were said to complement the dish wholesomely, so I went back with two portions of each.

    Cheng Kee Beef Kway Teow’s in-house cincalok and chilli. Normally, cincalok features small shrimp presented as a condiment with lime juice.

    This version was different, with just shaved shallots in a sour brine.

    I finally understood why customers were so shameless in digging up copious amounts.

    The sweetness of the shallots was so addictive on its own and tossing it into Cheng Kee’s beef noodles made it oh-so mouth-watering.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    203 Hougang Street 21, Singapore 530203

    Operating Hours
    Operating Hours: 8.30am - 5pm (Daily)

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and lunch and dinner

    Signature: Dry Beef Thick Bee Hoon, Beef Kway Teow Soup,

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    He Zhong Carrot Cake



    When someone asks me about carrot cake, it’s important for me to clarify with them which kind they’re talking about.

    Is it the rich, creamy and sweet Western carrot cake, or is it our local hawker delight, which can be black (with dark soy sauce) or white (without soy sauce)?

    After my trip to He Zhong Carrot Cake, I now have a fourth classification of carrot cake.

    This carrot cake stall isn’t similar to any typical fried carrot cake stall in a hawker centre.

    Why are they different, you might ask. First of all, this stall only does white carrot cake.

    Secondly, the carrot cake comes in big and chunky pieces, unlike the usual flat pancake style!

    On why the stall only sells white carrot cake, the owners revealed that the founder of the stall, Mr Teo’s father, just wanted to sell white carrot cake. Sometimes, the reasons can be as simple and straightforward as

    Many have reported that they have to queue for a long time for the carrot cake.

    Thankfully, when I arrived around 5.30pm on a weekday, there was no queue at all.

    The simple and old school signboard at He Zhong Carrot Cake exudes a sense of nostalgia, and it is a testament to the time-tested recipe that has sated many happy bellies for countless of years, and hopefully, for many more years to come!


    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #02-185 Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre, 51 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 588215

    Operating Hours
    Wednesday 6am to 1pm, Thursdays to Tuesdays 6am to 8.30pm

    Telephone
    6468 5398

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and dinner

    Signature: Carrot Cake

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    MING YUN FAMOUS FRIED HOKKIEN PRAWN NOODLE



    Hokkien Prawn Mee is an iconic Singapore dish which is a variant of Penang Prawn Noodles.

    Although we’re next-door neighbours with Malaysia, our version of Hokkien Prawn Mee is very different from their Hokkien Char Mee.

    Their version consists of fried yellow noodles braised in dark soya sauce while our version is a mixture of yellow noodles and bee hoon, first fried with eggs to give it a lovely fragrance before being braised in a rich and flavoursome prawn broth.

    Some people prefer the Singapore Hokkien Prawn Mee to be more moist while others prefer it drier. One delicious plate is usually garnished with prawns, squid and sliced pork belly.

    Hokkien Prawn Mee doesn’t sound very difficult to cook but the secret lies in how good the prawn stock is as this stock imparts the essence to the noodle and is the key ingredient that makes the plate satisfying.

    You have the choice to eat it with Sambal chilli and a squirt of lime juice if you like, as these help cut through the richness of the dish. Traditionally, for take-out, Hokkien Prawn Mee would be wrapped in Opeh leaf to enhance the fragrance.

    wasn’t any queue on a Saturday morning so we happily ordered a plate of Hokkien Mee while watching the uncle work his magic.

    This is perhaps one of the fewer plates of Hokkien Mee boasting an eggy goodness. Starting at $3 per plate, the yellow noodles and thin bee hoon are accompanied by squids, prawns, slices of pork belly and bits of pork lard.

    As savoury as this plate of Hokkien Mee sounds, it actually finishes on a sweet note due to the seafood gravy.

    It’s not the best Hokkien Mee but satisfying enough if you crave a plate.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #01-12, 117 Aljunied Avenue 2, Aljunied Market & Hawker Centre, Singapore 380117

    Operating Hours
    Thu-Sun 6am to 2pm. Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays

    Telephone
    9798 0133

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Young and old, takeaway and lunch

    Signature: Fried Hokkien Mee

 

 

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