51 Old Airport Road
#01-113 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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09:30am - 04:30pm

09:30am - 04:30pm

09:30am - 04:30pm

09:30am - 04:30pm

09:30am - 04:30pm

09:30am - 04:30pm


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Get in line & wait for your turn to order a bowl of up-rev'd bak chor mee from Minced Pork Bros. As expected, there was a queue of ~10 people when I arrived at 1:30PM on a Saturday. Turnover was fairly quick, & I didn't feel that the wait was unpleasant in any way.

They have a couple of options on their menu:
🔹 Classic Minced Pork Noodles ($3/$4 nett)
🔹 Teochew Modern Pork Noodles ($6 nett)
🔹 Signature Mee Pok Tar with Superior Soup ($5.50 nett)

I ordered the Seafood Minced Pork Noodles ($6 nett), as I love both meat & seafood + am all about equality. This bowl has the usual minced pork, pork slices & chunky lard bits in traditional BCM. The seafood additions are a prawn, scallop, her kiao (fish dumpling) & ikura.

I was intrigued by the ikura, which gave a nice pop of umami with the savoury noodles. It's like a burst of the ocean in some of your bites - I liked that.

The noodles themselves have a firm texture, with the spicy sauce & oil coating your mouth when you slurp on it. The soup was pretty good too; I wish there were more of it (but that’s just me being greedy).

Portion-wise, it's good for 1 pax, & felt quite satisfied at the end of my meal. Good noodle-to-ingredients ratio, as well.

While I wouldn’t purposely make the journey to Old Airport Road for this again, I'm glad I finally gave Minced Pork Bros a try after seeing all the hype. Next time, I'd like to give their Signature Mee Pok Tar with Superior Soup a shot!

📍 Old Airport Road Hawker Center

The last time I sampled @mincedpork.bros bak chor mee, I was suitably impressed by the fantastic flavours of the Teochew Modern Pork Noodles, but was distinctly unimpressed by the puny portion. However, I am very pleased to announce that Minced Pork Bros take feedback seriously, and they upped their portion size to a truly respectable level.⠀

That’s right, this six dollar bowl of noodles now comes in super satisfying size, while retaining the same levels of sapidity that first won me over. The vivaciously vinegary sauce flavoured everything in the bowl, from the al dente meepok (thin flat noodles), to the minced pork, to the abalone. Tack on some crunchy lard cubes to this bad boy, and we’ve got a winner.⠀

Even though prices and inflation are going through the bloody roof, Minced Pork Bros have not cut quality or portion satisfaction. I respect that, bro. Respect.

The former is a fancy version of the bak chor mee, elevated with ikura, prawn, scallop and homemade herh giao that has one of the chewiest skin texture with a filling of fresh pork and a unique seasoning blend.

Between the two, my pick will the Signature Mee Pok Tar with Superior Soup as what stole the show for me is that bowl of gao-ness maximus of a soup. Each slurp of that comforting broth warms the heart and soul, with the generous amount of pork slices, minced pork and the addition of the vegetables that gave it a nice crunch texture and sweetness to the flavour.
🍴 Minced Pork Bros
📍 51 Old Airport Road, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Unit 01-113, Singapore 390051

If you prefer the traditional option, then have a go at their Signature Mee Pok with Superior Soup ($5.50). The noodles are cooked separately as a dry noodle with the same ingredients as the former bowl of noodles, while the soup is cooked as an individual portion as well. In a boiling pot of pork broth, minced meat, lean pork, her giao & handmade fishballs are being thrown in and boiled before being served. What you get is a flavourful bowl of cloudy porky goodness with loads of ingredients.

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We had a go at their Seafood Ikura Pork Noodles ($6) which was a simple bowl elevated with a spoonful of ikura. The egg noodles has a springy bite to it while being tossed in a mixture of chilli, vinegar and the minced pork sauce that the minced pork is being stewed in. Sitting on top of these noodles are lean pork slices, prawns, her giao (fish paste dumplings), minced pork and a scoop of ikura. What the ikura does is to add in that burst of the ocean, adding on to the savoury spoonful of noodles that you have.

Old Airport Road Food Centre is one of my favourite hawker centre in this neighbourhood area, with lots of good food! On this trip, we tried out the bak chor mee from @mincedpork.bros !

Featured here are the following items:
🍜Seafood Minced Pork Noodles ($6): Think IKURA, scallop, fish dumpling, pork slice0 and minced pork!

🍜Teochew Modern Pork Noodles ($6): This comes with a mini abalone! WOW! There is also half an onsen egg, pork ball, pork slices and mnced meat!

🍜Signature Mee Pok Tar with Superior Soup ($5.50); Get this if you want a taste of the superior seafood soup! Soup was rich tasty and very flavourful! There is prawn paste, pork and fish dumpling in the soup!

We enjoyed all the bowls! Totally loving the springy chewy qq mee pok with premium quality ingredients!👍🏻

To check them out, head to 51 Old Airport Road Food Centre Stall 01-113. They are open wed-mon 9am-430pm.

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