It comes with generous amounts of pork lard for the extra crunch, pork belly and eggs, with the chilli and lime providing slight spiciness and tanginess to the noodles while maintaining its taste!
Good morning people!! Breakfast anyone?? 油条 with Kopi-O, my favourite combi if I'm having dough fritters. Ermmm... Sorry to make the scene looked like we're praying!! 😂😂😂
Good, comforting bowl of congee at $2.50! Flavourful and incredibly smooth. Get a (better) youtiao from You Tiao Man (#02-05) and you will have the best of both worlds.
Hearty fish soup noodles, apparently quite famous here with the queues at mealtimes and it's said you must try the fried mackerel. An old name - pretty good but didn't wow for me though still worth a try. #fishsoup #toapayoh #sghawker
Recently opened stall (02-39) selling bak chor mee. Quite decent, the noodles were savoury with a good bite to it. The large fishballs were fresh and bouncy! Go for the small bowl ($3), the large bowl ($4) with two frozen prawns was not worth it.
Wanted to try Chay Sua but they will open be back after 28 April 😢. But this is not bad, taste like 26 carrot diamond 😁 😁 😁. Waited 20 minutes but no need to queue, auntie wrote down my table number and then brought the plate to me.
Good food need to wait, but not necessarily need to queue for it.
In prep of a good dinner tonight! Hehe 🙊 Really love the homemade wonton and char siew here together with the spinach jade noodles! #burpple
Other than the size of the pau being smaller than usual, I cannot really see the attraction as I found the ingredients quite dry (at least for the kong bak pau and char siew pau). The big pau (which was only big relative to their mini size) was not too dry.
Something I grew up eating. Was at a lost when I came to the hawker centre because I'm was so used to my parents ordering this for me. At least I could differentiate their bowls. I love the thick slices of fish and the amt of seaweed they had! So nostalgic ☺️
Stall number #02-33. There's nothing more comforting than a bowl of clear fish soup when the weather is down. What makes this stall so popular is the soup, plain without being watered down, yet so flavourful. The fish is fresh, and there's something so addictive about chucking the whole slice into my mouth, biting into the springy white flesh. Priced reasonably at $3/4/5.
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This is different from the usual chopped up carrot cake. It is served in slices, easy to eat, super tasty and you'd want more spring onions.
$2.50 or $3. Lots of vinegar, the way I like it. Portion is quite substantial for the price, and the lor is fragrant with the mix of raw garlic, fried wantons and spring onions. From Liang Heng Food Stall 1-21, they also sell Mee Rebus, Prawn Noodles and Laksa.
been having it since I was little and dey have shifted. finally found them again