Ipoh Tuck Kee (Foch Road)

80 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
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27 Foch Road
#01-02 Hoa Nam Building
Singapore 209264

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Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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I am not a fan of octopus but the baby octopus in soy sauce here is another must-order. They were first steamed before drizzling in fragrant and slightly salty sauce with shallot oil, fried garlic and spring onion. The texture of the baby octopus was soft, chewy, crunchy, light and delicious when dipped in their special chilli sauce.

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This was recommended by the lady who took our order. The meatballs were firm to the bite but the flavours were on the mild side. Dipping it with chilli sauce did help to elevate the flavours ใ€‹$6/10pcs

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Stir-fried dai loke noodles with pork slices, prawns, crispy pork lard and vegetables in dark soy sauce. This is a thicker version of yellow noodles where the thickness is comparable with udon, similar to those KL Hokkien noodles we get from tze char stall. The flavours turned out lighter than expected and I felt the wok-hei was not strong enough. It is still not a bad choice to order and share but I would go for their moonlight hor fun than anything else ใ€‹$8 / Large

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Stir-fried hor fun in dark soy sauce with pork slices, prawns, vegetables and pork lard. The noodles are done well with wok-hei and springy texture. This is pretty similar to moonlight hor fun except this is not as savoury without the egg ใ€‹$5 / Small

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Moonlight hor fun stir-fried in savoury sweet dark soy sauce served with a raw egg on top along with ingredients such as pork slices, prawns, vegetables and pork lard. Each plate is prepared individually upon order hence the long waiting time but itโ€™s worth the wait when it's served with a light and distinct wok-hei. Give it a good mix with the raw egg and coat it all over the noodles to enjoy a slippery smooth, silky and springy texture. Do not hesitate to upsize if you are going there with a hungry belly. The small portion may be too little for an average guy ใ€‹$8.50 / Large

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Always crowded during first few months of opening, back then there was an almost 45mins waiting time, and they even ran out if the food buzzer.

That's how popular it was.

Now as crowded now, but the standard is still as good.

The raw egg has to be mixed into the hor fun, which makes the hor fun gravy thicker and more shiok to eat.

Big eater like me, I would suggest you order medium.

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