466 Crawford Lane
#01-12 Tai Hwa Eating House
Singapore 190466

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm



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Reviews at Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

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Nice to try, Michelin starred pork noodle here, usually long Q. Be prepared!!

$6 for a bowl of vermicelli soup. A huge variety of ingredients, well balanced taste. But the queue is extremely slow!

Located at Blk 466 Crawford Lane, #01-12 Singapore 190465. They definitely deserve this One Michelin Star! Be prepared to Q for at least 45 mins but it’s definitely worth it! Beside their Signature Tai Wah Pork Noodle, we also love their fantastic Pork Ball Soup! The soup is so tasty and the pork balls are soft and delicious! #hungryunicornsg #hillstreettaihwaporknoodle #michellinstar #onemichellinstar #taiwahporknoodle

Located at Blk 466 Crawford Lane, #01-12 Singapore 190465. Indeed well-deserved One Michelin Star winning stall! We Q for about 45 mins for this and gobble down all this in 10 mins! Springy QQ noodles with generous ingredients of minced meat, sliced pork, pork ball, pork liver and wanton! Noodles and ingredients all well mixed with gravy, chilli, vinegar and pork lard! Love their pork liver as it’s well timed and tender! No other places does better than them. Also love their speciality of fried sliced fish, so crispy and flavourful! #hungryunicornsg #hillstreettaihwaporknoodle #michellinstar #onemichellinstar #taiwahporknoodle

Nothing is more satisfying than having the bak chor mee here, which i rate as the best of the best in Singapore. The strong vinegar taste may turn off some people but not me, I absolutely love it. Die die must try!

Springy noodles and tender meats. You should expect nothing less from the one michelin star restaurant. The vinegar taste in this one is *extremely* strong so each individual may have their own opinions on this. However, the seaweed soup at the background is great at cleansing your palate when the vinegar gets too much!

At least how i like my bcm to be. Al dente meepok with awesome chilli and vinegar. The queue was already this mad before it got starred. And nope, we didnt get the biggest bowl ($10) just because we queued long. We still kept ourselves pretty sane, apart from queuing 1hour plus (and also we have been eating non-stop). $10 for a bowl of bcm at a coffeeshop, would you? Only this stall can pull it off seriously.
#bcm #JoEuGoEat

✨🍜 Our Favourite and we were so lucky today as the Q wasnt too long! Not an L-shape but still, a 45mins wait 🤣! We aren't grumbling because we all knows n agree that good food are worth the wait! ❣️ Happy tummy, happy us! Soup is so flavoured with seaweed. Noodles are QQ and springy, overflowing of ingredients from minced pork, pig liver, thinly sliced pork, Wanton and pork ball!! It taste so good with a little bit of Chilli too! Btw, we Super Super love their pork ball, it's just so nice and we can't find it anywhere else!! *tummy rubs* 😋 @phusionade #taihwaporknoodle #taihwabakchormee #hillstreettaihwaporknoodle #michelinstar #michelinstarsingapore

I ordered the mushroom minced meat mee pok at $5 with lots of chili and vinegar ! This stall rated No 1 bak chor mee in Singapore with Michelin award and is also my No 1 bak chor mee of all the noodles I have tried ! One unique thing about this stall is that they separately cooked the pig liver from the rest of the ingredients and the liver is cooked till so soft until it literally melts in my mouth ! As for the noodles, is springy and their chili is spicy and shiok, and not to forget the vinegar ! The rest of the ingredients are fresh and the wanton is also very nice. Lastly the soup is cooked with the goodness of the pork and taste naturally sweet. There is always a long queue and have to wait at least 90mins during peak hours. Overall is a must try for all minced meat noodle lovers !


This Michelin Star Bak Chor Mee comes in $6, $8 and $10. There are a lot of ingredients like pork and liver slices, minced pork, dumplings and fried sole fish. I felt it wasn't spicy enough for me. And compared to Upper Thomson Bak Chor Mee, I would have preferred the latter. #BurppleMajulahMakan

Finally got to try this Michelin BCM after queuing for 40 minutes on a Tuesday evening. Portion is a little small for $6 but it's just nice to feed my tummy. The BCM comes with 2 pieces of 扁鱼, 2 pork balls, 1 dumpling, tender slices of pork and liver, and minced pork. I guess how it stands out from the many BCM elsewhere is their sauce - strong vinegar taste and of course their specialty sauce. I asked for extra chili but a pity it didn't taste spicy at all. Worth the try though!

Honestly, what really made the meal ($8) fantastic was the perfect combination of springy mee pok, the generous servings of mined pork, pork slices, pork livers, meatballs and dumplings AND the amazing sauce with that splash of vinegar that cuts through the meatiness of the dish. Nevertheless, probably wouldn't come back cause I went 30mins before opening and still ended up queueing for 2hrs.

Bak chor mee stalls are a dime a dozen across the island, but when it comes to an excellent bowl of springy yellow noodles topped with minced pork and assorted toppings, this longtime favourite at Crawford Lane in Lavender does it best. Make the most of your time and combine your trip here with a visit to the nearby Kampong Glam heritage area. Queue times have tripled since they were awarded a Michelin star in 2016, so be prepared to wait — an hour's queuing is often de rigueur here. The patient (and early) will be rewarded with a bowl of Bak Chor Mee (from $5) excellence. After the gruelling wait, most customers would splash out on the most expensive $10 bowl, which comes generously with toppings like meatballs, dumplings, pork liver, sliced pork, and fried flat fish slices. The noodles are cooked till springy al dente doneness, and then tossed in a distinctively tangy vinegary sauce — absolutely slurp-worthy! Pro tip: Avoid peak lunch and dinner hours. Come outside of meal times and you may get lucky with a 15-minute wait.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Jing Ying Ooi

The noodles are al dente and there is a generous portion of sliced pork, pork balls, crispy fried fish and pork liver, but the priciness of the noodles and long waiting time makes me reluctant to return. Please read my review at

We went for the $10 bowl since it was already such a long wait. So, was it worthwhile?
$10 for this bowl packed with ingredients and with a taste worthy of a ⭐️, I would say it was totally worth the price. Especially with a bowl of BCM costing $4-5 at any foodcourt, we had no complaint about this.
Having to queue an hour again? We would probably think twice. Frankly, this was good but there are other good BCMs in SG that are not far off comparatively. Hence, it's actually easy to go somewhere else in SG for a good BCM (not considering the Michelin label) without such a wait.
So, the next time we return would probebly be when we're nearby and having much time to spend. Nonetheless, praises to our local hawker and keep our flag flying high.

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