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  1. #381
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    Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodles - Authentic Teochew Fare



    I am big fan of mee pok. Love this place.

    The most common hawker food in Singapore is, perhaps, a bowl of comforting fishball noodles.

    You?ll easily find 2 or 3 stalls selling fishball noodles in every hawker center, and at least 1 stall in a coffeeshop. Call it basic, but I like basic.

    To me, it?s a classic that I?ll never get sick of. Bouncy fishballs sitting atop a messy pile of mee pok (sorry mee kia) really screams comfort food to me, especially if it costs 3 bucks or less. It?s easy to do fishball noodles but the difficult part is doing a great bowl of it.

    Started by 60-year-old Ah Hua, Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodles features authentic Teochew fishball noodles prepared with handmade ingredients.

    Uncle Ah Hua started his business from scratch, where he tweaked his father?s recipe for handmade fish dumplings and homemade traditional fishball noodles.

    He took it one step further and even came up with his own handmade yong tau foo.

    The business took off and he was managing 5 stalls island-wide, and a central factory.

    Owing to the economic downturn, the success was short-lived as he had to sell his assets to make ends meet.

    Now, Uncle Ah Hua continues to run the only stall he has left whilst still maintaining the same level of standards as before here at Pandan Gardens.

    Seeing that her dad was struggling to keep his passion and business alive, 29-year-old Jean quit her full-time job to run the stall together with her dad, in hopes of bringing the business back to its former glory.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    415 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 600415

    Operating Hours
    7am to 3pm from Mondays to Saturdays. 7am to 2pm on Sundays.

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast and lunch, take away

    Signature: signature Fishball Noodles, Yong Tau Foo noodles

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    Nimman Soi 9



    A Taste of Authentic Thai Food in Tampines!

    Some backstory about Jane Thai Kitchen. Jane was the owner & chef of a restaurant called Jane Thai in Orchard Towers.

    A few years ago, Jane sold Jane Thai and flew back to her hometown in Chiangmai, Thailand, to retire. However, restless spells and the urge to cook brought her back to Singapore and she opened a new store!

    Jane is now behind Nimman Soi 9, and ready to whip up a storm once again. When we reached Nimman Soi 9, I saw Jane in the kitchen busy at work.

    A strong smoky aroma was wafting from the kitchen. Curious, I asked Jane how she got around to naming her stall.

    It turns out that Nimman Soi 9 is the name of the street where she resides in Chiangmai.

    At Nimman Soi 9, food is served in a ?tze-char? style. The food is no doubt authentic, and lovingly handmade by Jane.

    I learnt that Jane sources her ingredients from Thailand. Jane?s dedication to the authenticity of her dishes is truly commendable.

    Jane is back to serve her diners the best of Thai cuisine at Nimman Soi 9. It is without a doubt that I will be back here again.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    21 Street Eating House, Blk 201 Tampines St 21, 520213

    Operating Hours
    9am to 9.30pm daily.

    Telephone
    8569 2482

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, lunch, take away and dinner

    Signature:
    Prawn Cakes ($10/4 pieces), Chiangmai Sausage ($6/plate, $28/kg), Kway Chap ($3.50), Basil Chicken with Rice ($6), Thai Fried Kway Teo with Chilli ($5.50), Thai BBQ Pork ($8), Fried Kang Kong with Bean Paste($6) and Steamed Seabass with Lemon ($22)

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    Chai Chee Fishball Noodle



    This is surely a good supper place.

    As our friends have their own families and responsibilities, it is difficult to meet up and chat without the additional baggage (kids) tagging along.

    Therefore, it is good to have a place to meet up over comfort food and chat.

    There is a lot of parking spot at the back. The extensive opening hours making this a good place to have your comfort food at any time.

    For us, it is best to go after 8 PM and for supper.

    Overall, we definitely glad to have found this place.

    The fishball noodle is good, no ridiculous queueing time and plenty of parking spots. Not the best fishball noodle shop, but between 10 PM to 2

    AM, it is one of the better ones. There is also a prata option a few stalls away, if you need some variety. Cheers!!

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    55 Chai Chee Drive
    #01-190
    Singapore 460055

    Operating Hours
    Daily 07.00 ? 02.00 daily.

    Telephone
    +65 6406 3539

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, lunch, take away, dinner and supper

    Signature: Mee Pok and Mee Kia Dry and Soup, Fish Dumpling

  4. #384
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    Tong Kee Traditional Braised Duck Rice




    Tong Kee Traditional Braised Duck Rice @ Haig Road Market Food Centre

    At 11am, we the foodies are here for the braised duck which Tong Kee Traditional Braised Duck Rice (东记传统卤鸭) is famous for.

    Being kiasu Singaporeans, we decided to come early to chop seats because it can get quite crowded during lunch.

    But the friendly owner Mr Lim is still preparing his food and told us to come back after 11.30am. Mr Lim has been selling braised duck for more than 50 years.

    He used to be that small boy helping out in his mother?s trolley cart from this Princess (Margaret) Market at Dawson Road / Strathmore Ave area during the 60s.

    They then shifted to the now demolished Princess Margaret Market before he shifted to 40A Margaret Drive Hawker Centre.

    He has moved to Haig Road Hawker Centre about 3 years and is still at the stall chopping the duck meat himself every day.

    You May Also Like Hai Nan Hometown Curry - A Taste Of Nostalgia & Home

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Haig Road Market Food Centre Blk 13 & 14 Haig Road, Singapore 430013

    Operating Hours
    11.30am to 8.30pm

    Telephone
    Nil

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, lunch, take away and dinner

    Signature: Duck Rice, Duck Noodle, Kway Chap

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    Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow



    Uncle is a class-act to watch. While most hawkers are hidden in the background or you can throw a peek at how they cook up a fare, you would

    notice a window where you can watch uncle fry up plate-by-plate.

    50-Year-Old Old Char Kway Teow Stall in Ghim Moh! Must try this olden day stall!

    This stall was once awarded in the Channel U television programme, which propelled its fame further.

    It has the longest queue and it is surely one of the gems of Ghim Moh.

    Ghim Moh Char Kway Teow With Long Wait, Gets Michelin Bib Gourmand.

    Be prepared to wait around 45 minutes for your plate of char kway teow as the uncle cooks each plate to order.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    No matter what time of the day you visit Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow, you will always see a long queue.

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Address: 20, 01-19 Ghim Moh Rd, Singapore 270020

    Operating Hours
    7am to 2pm daily. Closed on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays, and public holidays.

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast and lunch

    Signature: char kway teow

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    SAN BA WANG GUO ZHI SHU SHI 三巴旺粿汁熟食



    This stall serves only kway chap and is usually sold out near noon, it was so when i visited the last few times.

    I made an effort to go early this time. I got to choose between $3.50 and $4.00 portion and I decided to go with the bigger portion.

    I pointed to a table nearby then walked away and it was delivered to my table in less than 5 minutes.

    The Kway Chap set came with a plate of standard ingredients that consists of braised skin, braised meat, small intestine, big intestine, fish cake, tau pok and braised egg together with a bowl of flat rice sheets.

    It was served along with a saucer of chilli sauce for dipping.

    I went for the small intestine first, it was not as soft as I liked it to be as it was too chewy.

    The rest was nicely braised and those intestines were clean quite thoroughly without leaving much smell behind.

    The savory flavor though light but was quite enticing even though not particularly memorable.

    Though it might not be the best kway chap around, its nostalgic taste is quite comforting.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    No matter what time of the day you visit Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow, you will always see a long queue.

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    590 Upper Thomson Road #01-06 Sembawang Hills Food Centre SINGAPORE 574419

    Operating Hours
    7.00 am to 12.00 pm (Daily)

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3.50 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast

    Signature:Kway Chap

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    Lao Cai Curry 老蔡



    Incessant chattering, long queues, and the clanking of beer bottles ? these are usually telltale signs that a HDB coffee shop is in the vicinity.

    However, after alighting at a bus stop along Bukit Batok Street 52, I walked along the main road feeling slightly perplexed.

    Although lunch hour was approaching, the neighbourhood was as quiet and peaceful as any other HDB estate at 11AM in the morning, and Sin

    Eating House was nowhere in sight.

    After a little deliberation, I decided to trust GoogleMaps and found Sin Eating House tucked away in a little corner of the estate.

    Featured on The Strait Times, and having received stamps of approval from various food bloggers, Lao Cai Curry 老蔡 and Mian Wang 1971 麵王 obviously seemed like must-tries.

    The two stalls have been passed down through three generations.
    With more than 4 decades of culinary experience under their belt, the Chua family has not only retained the quality and authenticity of their food, but they have also begun to innovate and improve on them.

    Mr Chua (left) is the owner of Lao Cai Curry 老蔡, while his brother, Alvin Chua (right), is the owner of Mian Wang 1971 麵王. Mr Chua?s son, Shane Chua, markets the business.


    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    537 Bukit Batok Street 52, Sin Eating House, Singapore 650537


    Operating Hours
    Opening Hours: 11am to 3pm and 430pm to 9pm from Tuesdays to Fridays. 11am to 9pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Closed on Mondays.

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast

    Signature:Salted Egg Calamari Curry Rice, Curry Rice With Salted Egg, Taiwanese Braised Pork , Fried Breaded Chicken Curry Rice

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    NO NAME FISH SOUP



    No name fish soup is special.

    The queue at this fish soup stall, in particular, can stretch all the way out of the coffee shop during lunch hour.

    One reason for the queue built-up is because every bowl is cooked individually, with only one uncle helming the stove.

    However, you can see him cooking furiously away non-stop over a roaring fire whose flames envelops the tiny pot bubbling away.

    I came to be aware of this stall's fish soup through the recurring postings by random Instagram friends.

    As mentioned, this stall does not have a name on its yellow signboard which functions more like a menu instead.

    The words on the signboard are self explanatory; fish soup, fried fish soup, seafood soup and mixed pig's organ soup.

    The fish soup seems to be the most popular choice, particularly the shuang yu/双鱼 (double fish) which comes with both sliced fish and fried fish.

    You can have your fish soup as it is, or with white rice, yam rice, mee sua, bee hoon and yee mee.

    You can add on bitter gourd and meat balls for additional cost.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    127 Bukit Merah Lane 1
    Singapore 150127

    Operating Hours
    Mon - Sat: 7am - 2pm
    Closed: Sun

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, takeaway and breakfast

    Signature:fish Soup, mix fish soup, pig organ soup, seafood soup

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    YANG ZHOU FRIED HOKKIEN MEE



    For the last 30 years, the owners of Yang Zhou Fried Hokkien Mee have been frying their noodles over a charcoal stove inside a coffee shop at Beo Crescent, effectively drawing long queue of customers everyday.

    Two years ago, they relocated to another coffee shop called KPT Coffee Shop at Blk 127 Bukit Merah Lane 1 which, unfortunately, does not allow them to use charcoal anymore.

    I am a old school foodie and I am game for anything cooked over a charcoal stove.

    Although they no longer uses it, I am still tempted to give them a try thanks to the glowing reviews online.

    I visited the stall at about ten on a weekday morning with no queue in sight.

    The stall owner - Uncle Lim - was busy at the back while his wife is seated at the front with the newspapers spread in front of her.

    I walked up to her and placed an order for a $5 plate.This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Although this is not the wet and gloopy Hokkien mee I prefer, this version has its own appeal and charm.

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    KPT Coffee Shop
    127 Bukit Merah Lane 1
    Singapore 150127

    Operating Hours
    Mon - Sat: 8am - 3pm
    Closed: Sun

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, takeaway and breakfast

    Signature: Fried hokkien mee

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    Weng Kiang Kee Porridge



    Top-Notch Hainanese Porridge Made With Premium Rice Grains

    Charlie Chang, 58, was a hotel chef for more than 3 decades before he opened this stall 3 months ago.

    When asked why he ventured into specifically porridge, he admitted that he loves porridge.

    Using only special premium rice grains, Charlie explained that the starchiness of these grains helps bind the grains together.

    We managed to learn some eating tips from Charlie too. He taught us that porridge shouldn?t be stirred too many times, especially if there?s a lot of meat within. 5-6 stirs will do the magic.

    This is so that the moisture from the meat doesn?t dissipate into the porridge. And always always stir from the side, not from the centre.

    Charlie believes that every spoonful of porridge should have a variety of ingredients.

    There are more than 300 other stalls in this food centre and Charlie realised that this green zone, also known as 幽灵山庄, is a ghost town at the end of lunch time.

    This one sure many read and I post here. I just went to try and my verdict was "GOOD".

    Go early to avoid long queue.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Chinatown Food Complex, 335 Smith St #02-082, Singapore 050335

    Operating Hours
    7am to 2pm daily. Closed on Mondays.


    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, takeaway and breakfast

    Signature:Triple Egg Porridge, Premium Porridge, Boat Porridge, Signature Porridge

 

 

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