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QQ Hakka Noodles, Handmade Hakka Yong Tau Foo, drenched in a delicious bowl of umami-rich curry

Location: Pang's Hakka Noodles, 2 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150002

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Beside serving traditional Hakka delights like Hakka Yong Tau Foo, Hakka noodles, now customer can order abacus seeds, Hakka radish ball, Hakka meatball and many more side dishes.

I tried the curry Hakka YTF, traditional Hakka YTF, Hakka fried wings, Hakka meatballs,abacus seed (always must eat this 😋) and Hakka red wine chicken.

The curry Hakka ytf ($5.3) is really good, it’s lemak but not overwhelming, quite spicy and served with qq noodle and fresh YTF.
Another highlight for me is the Hakka fried chicken wings ($5.5). It’s so tender and juicy inside while crispy outside with strong red bean fermented flavour.
The abacus seed ($5) is always my fav, chewy with qq texture served with mushroom, minced pork, black fungus and garlic

📍 Pang's Hakka Yong Tau Foo
2 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150002

The noodle was thicker than usual noodle, springy, chewy toasted in the homemade sauce, minced pork, pork lard and chilli. Served with yong tau foo and fried chicken wing.
Downside is the noodle portion quite small for $8.8.
Don’t forget to order coffee from @pyroast (photo #2), it’s legit coffee.
📍Pang’s Hakka Delicacies and Pyroast
102 Henderson Road
Sprout Hub

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Pang's has reopened here at Arc380.

Yong tau foo is one if the dishes is is synonymous with the hakka clan. The YTF here is fairly good. But the what I really like here, is the chilli.

I actually asked for more chilli, as I saw the portion was too small for me, now I realise my mistake. The chilli taste good, but it was explosive.

Fried chicken skin fried to crisp, tasted like it was marinated with red wine.

For his noodle brand, the stall has just opened the second outlet at ARC 380 a few days ago with a limited menu of four items featuring his Signature Hakka Noodle with Stuffed Tofu Soup ($7), Red Wine Chicken Rice Noodle Soup with Egg and Hakka Fried Wings.

As I have heard glowing reviews of the noodles, I went for the basic set that came with stuffed bittergourd, stuffed tofu, fishball, radish and prawn stick in an aromatic soup that epitomize the word 鲜 in each spoonful. The star of the show was the hakka noodles that had a nice QQ bite to it and each strand was coated in the aromatic pork lard oil and tossed with the minced pork that was marinated in soya sauce. It might not be the cheapest bowl of noodle that you will eat on a regular basis but something that you can rely on days that you have a noodle craving.
✨ Pang’s Hakka Noodles
📍 380 Jalan Besar, ARC 380, Bgain Eating House, Singapore 209000
🍴 [Self Funded]

Waiting time was a little long considering how the orders took around 15 to 20mins to be served — a little long considering the grab-and-go nature of most coffeeshop fare, especially those involving noodles. That being said, Pang’s Hakka Noodles is most certainly worth dropping by for its last hurrah at Xin Tekka — the Signature Hakka Noodle Set being the item to go for if one has yet to give it a try. Serving up their noodles in proper bowls is a welcomed move; wasn’t one who appreciated how they used to serve their items in paper bowls more meant for takeaways for the longest time — other changes include a price reduction of the set to $8.80 with them serving up a single piece of the prawn paste chicken wing instead of two as they had previously served, which makes the portion size of the set more manageable for an individual as well.

There isn’t anything I disliked with their Signature Hakka Noodle Set; and that’s something worth mentioning considering how I am one who doesn’t really enjoy Yong Tau Foo in general — the noodles comes with a good portion of minced meat and pork lard for a meaty bite and a crunch, all that being tossed with a rather piquant chili sauce that gives it an extra spicy punch that tickles the taste buds of those who are tolerable to moderate levels of spiciness. Also enjoyed how the noodles carry a good bite, while the various Yong Tau Foo pieces were fresh and flavourful — carrying prominent flavours of the ingredients without feeling as though the flavours of the items are washed away by the clean and light soup that they come swimming in. The prawn paste chicken wing is the reason why I always insistently order the set here — its always crisp, juicy and tender — the fried batter carrying a bold note of the umami prawn paste that the chicken wing is being marinated with; always served piping hot and fried freshly upon order, and is pretty much satisfaction guaranteed.

Haven’t heard of Pang’s Hakka Noodles finding a new location to operate from — but it would be greatly missed as a lunch time destination for me at least; not a particularly affordable option when compared against the hawker fare at Tekka Centre but this is certainly worth the splurge when the craving hits. Perhaps its time to savour what Xin Tekka has to offer before it shutters its operations from 1 May 2021, be it whichever stall one may go for ...