[CLOSED] Guan's Mee Pok (Capitol Singapore)

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11 Stamford Road
#B1-20/27 Capitol Piazza Food Republic
Singapore 178905

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Operating since 1995 and formerly known as Ah Guan Mee Pok, this once-prominent stall has since consolidated into a single outlet in town.
Chef Guan is known for noodles made according to his recipe, and a zingy gravy that incorporates 4 different types of vinegar along with soy sauce, pork lard, and chili.
He also offers what is possibly the most 'atas' bowl of bak chor mee around, with options to add prawns, fish maw, eel, or abalone (prices go up to SGD $15+ per bowl). Previously they had options to add squid or scallops too. Pictured is the regular option though.
The mee pok / wide flat egg noodles are slightly bouncy with a soft chew, and evenly coated with the gravy, which lends a sharp savoury sour spicy flavour.
While there's no braised mushrooms or pork meat balls, they pair the tender minced pork with crisp lettuce, wobby soft Japanese style onsen egg, chewy pork and shrimp roll, and a pork dumpling.
These lend a decent layer of vegetal eggy meaty sweet savoury salty flavours, decent enough.
An unconventional and luxurious bowl, especially with the premium ingredients added.
Bak Chor Mee
Guan's Mee Pok
@ Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Road #B1-55
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“Guan’s Mee Pok” in the basement of Capitol Piazza is well known for their eponymous Mee Pok Tah but I actually like their Kway Teow Soup ($6.50) more. You’ll need to ask for it as it’s not shown on the menu.
Each serving includes two really juicy large meatballs that aren’t too firm, lumps of minced lean pork, a vegetable dumpling and half a stewed egg. Even the rice noodles are deeply flavourful from having absorbed the rich yet clean and tasty pork broth.

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Loved the springy texture of the noodles and the amount of vinegar used, although I had to admit the dish was a little lacking on the ingredients. The serving of minced pork was rather measly for a dish of bak chor mee, even as the stall tried the differentiate itself by serving a hanjuku egg. Definitely not enough to fill my tummy for lunch without upsizing!

My SIL brought us here to try and i was ordering mee sua without chili and vinegar for my child, the lady at the cashier commented, ‘don’t want chili don’t want vinegar might as well have it soup based’. Floor was dirty and table sticky. There’s so many good mee pok place in Singapore we are not hard up for this. Picture taken was ordered separately by my SIL before we arrived just to prove we were here, never taken a bite of anything so cant comment on food. But, anyway the experience is an enough turn-off. Please choose ur staff more wisely.

The firm bouncy noodles here mixed well with the appetising vinegar sauce. Not really much to say about the toppings of this atas mee pok, but they all combined together to make for quite a tasty dish that was reasonably priced for a bowl of noodles in capitol piazza.

There’s Guan’s Mee Pok and Ah Guan Mee Pok, too confusing for me. This stall moved from Food Republic in Capitol to their own small outlet. Noodles al dente. Chilli sauce piquant and spicy. The dumpling is different. A few small pieces of lard. Acceptable.

Will come back only if I am in the area.