165 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208532

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08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

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Read many good reviews, decided to try.

The fried flat fish is a nice addition, something u don't see in other BCM.

The chilli was blended well with the noodles.

Meatball was pretty soft and flavorful. The solefish was insanely smoky, and the lard was good too. Sambal was the chili jam kind, rather mild but very good

Unfortunately, it didn't go with the noodles. Fish dumpling was scrub, the most tasteless I've ever had. Hits and misses, probably just get the good stuff

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Starting 2021 with my all-time favourite bak chor mee from Ah Hor Teochew Kway Teow Mee ($4/5) at 165 Kitchener Road (opposite City Square Mall)🥰

There are 3 things that set this apart from the other bak chor mee I have tried: 1) the fried chilli is super fragrant and fiery, 2) the fried flat fish adds a burst of umami and savoury crunch, and 3) the springy mee kia noodle is al dente and does not have a strong alkaline taste which I dislike.

Together with fresh fishballs, fish dumplings, fish cake, minced meat and lard cubes, this makes a really satisfying (and underrated I feel!) bowl of bak chor mee. Do check out this hidden gem if you are in the vicinity!

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The bowl of mee pok ($4) contained a medley of ingredients including bak chor, slivers of mushroom, fish cake slices and pork slices with two fish balls and two fish dumplings (herh geow) in the bowl of soup. Oh, and not forgetting the piece of prized tee po (flat sole fish).
The mee kia is delightfully springy with a nice crunch but the star is undoubtedly their umami chili sauce made with pork lard, dried chili, hae bee and buah keluak. It had this alluring fragrance yet not too spicy.
Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/10/ah-hor-teochew-kway-teow-mee-165.html

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This bowl of dry mee pok ($4) was decently springy, but still had that slight alkaline taste. Looking past that however, the robust umami from the sole fish and chili was undoubtedly enjoyable.
Their chili, in particular, had such a delectable fragrance unlike the usual BCM chili. A very respectable BCM, worth trying for their secret chili blend.


The star here is the chilli - it’s not the saucy kind but the dry kind that is fried till fragrant! A scoop of chilli and a piece of flat fish add much oomph to this bowl of fishball noodles👏🏻