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466 Crawford Lane
#01-12 Tai Hwa Eating House
Singapore 190466

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Friday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Monday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
09:30am - 09:00pm

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Chanced upon this stall situated at a corner of an unassuming coffee shop one weekday night, and just had to check it out after learning that it's a Michelin Star awardee! Queued ~30 mins for a small serving of the teochew-style bak chor mee. The meat was fresh, egg noodles were served al dente with a firm bite (would have preferred sth that was more cooked though), and the chilli and vinegar were just nice, not overwhelming. Found the prices steep ($6 for small, $8 for regular portion) as I'm not a huge fan of BCM.

Had this glorious bowl of bak chok mee on A Saturday afternoon.

We had to queue up for 1.5 hours starting from around 1pm. Nearing the end of the wait, my initial plan of getting an $8 bowl was dismissed by my boyfriend and myself.

The bak chok mee was cooked to perfection, with the right amount of vinegar so that it was tangy but not overpowering, The pork was also soft to taste.

It comes with a seaweed soup to cleanse the palette between bites of bak chok mee.

We even got an extra bowl of pork meatballs in soup to share.

After collecting our passports at ICA, our only thoughts were to go have our favourite bak chor mee for lunch, but what we did not expect was that we still had to queue 1 hour on a weekday afternoon after lunchtime.

I usually order the $6 version, but i was rather hungry after queueing for so long that i chose the $8 version (more ingredients) instead. Still the same consistent yummy taste, with that signature vinegar they use. Definitely Michelin Star worthy! ⭐️

4 Likes

From Tai Hwa Pork Noodle.
Regular size dry version $8 only, with 40-50 mins waiting time.
It’s also quite popular among tourist.
Caution very hot soup.
Excellent teamwork in the kitchen.

3 Likes

S$6/8/10 options available.
Tai Hwa executed the Bak Chor Mee well with their generous toppings and vinegary interpretation, but I can't say that I am willing to travel and wait in queue just to eat it. Interesting, but not enough to persuade me away from my neighbourhood stall. BCM purists might dislike the lack of braised Mushrooms.

Full review https://justafatboi.com/hill-street-tai-hwa/

2 Likes

While the bowl of porcine devotion is still infinitely better than any garden variety bowl from your nearby neighbourhood coffeeshop, and the ingredients are faithfully reproduced here (down to the slight rawness of pig liver), the takeaway version cries out yearningly for a dash of precipitation, possibly vinegary Noodlesil. 3.6/5

2 Likes
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