[CLOSED] ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre

350 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * *Closed due to Repairs and Redecoration/Renovation (R&R) Works from 16 Mar 2020 to 15 May 2020

6 Jalan Bukit Merah
Singapore 150006

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$4 (cheapest option)
Errrrr I don't get the hype over this. It was super average, queue was ridiculously long, noodles were mediocre at best and had 0 wok hei???

Not gonna lie folks, I was legitimately hoping that Goodness of Thirst, which is three days old at time of writing, was a pub stall with beers on tap. Boy was I disappointed when I discovered that all they poured up was coffee.

However, they do have a mocha float ($4 nett), which does ameliorate the situation. It is brewed from arabica beans and is rather mild and slightly acidic. The coffee is paired with some dark chocolate and finished off with a sizeable scoop of ice cream floating on top of this here cuppa caffeine, resulting in a midday wake up call & dessert rolled into one.

It ain’t great, but it ain’t bad either. It’s pretty inoffensive overall.

😁 Simple vegetarian white bee hoon with curry vege and crispy beancurd skin (S$2.50)

Run by a friendly couple, this stall is probably comparable to the famous one in AV (but without the snaking queues)! Tried the dry dumpling noodles ($4) and was super pleased when they let me customise it with chilli oil. The noodles are of just the right thickness and bite, and not too heavy. The sauce is slightly savoury and full of minced meat! But the highlight is definitely the dumplings - although the skin is a little thick, the portion of meat is generous and flavourful with lots of spring onion!

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A little bit pricey, but this bowl of cheng teng ($2.20) is chock full of goodness. Apart from the usual white fungus, ginkgo and barley, it also sea coconut, candied ginger and flour balls! Also look at how rich the soup is!! 👍🏼

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A very delectable plate fried by an old uncle. Easily one of my favourite Hokkien prawn mee stall. It’s cooked with a flavourful stock resulting in noodles that’s abit wet - the way I like it! Take note the chilli is slightly on the salty side.

Ordered the small one at $4 with no extra charge for takeaway. There’s also $5 or $6 option for people with bigger appetite.

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