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

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09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

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Awarded a Michelin Star since 2016, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle often draws up hour-long queues throughout the day. On my most recent visit (Sunday, around 12.30PM), I was comparatively lucky and only queued for about 30 mins.

👉Bak Chor Mee - SGD6/8/10

Btw this is their SGD8 bowl.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
466 Crawford Lane 01-12, S190466

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[Lavendar] 2 / 5 ⭐️

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 🍜
We really wanted to love this 💔
Decided to check it out as we were pretty curious about
how a bowl of Michelin Starred Bak Chor Mee tasted.
We went on a weekday afternoon around 3pm and had to queue for bout 20mins.
There were 3 portions sizes to choose from and they were priced at $6/$8/$10

𝗕𝗮𝗸 𝗖𝗵𝗼𝗿 𝗠𝗲𝗲 (𝗦) $𝟲
The ingredients tasted fresh and were well cooked. Other than that there was really nothing to shout about. The mee kia tasted pretty ordinary and 'twas a bowl that could’ve been gotten from any other regular BCM stalls. Honestly didn’t understand why it has been so raved about.

Perhaps the rave raised our expectations and led us into thinking that it was going to be something truly mind-blowing.

Honestly, a visit to this place isn’t worth it at all given the price point and a queue that can go up to 1.5hours.

You’re better off with any other BCM stall.


🙅‍♀️ Nay Nay
📌 466 Crawford Ln, #01-12

One of my personal favourites for BCM. For $6/8/10, it’s not the cheapest bak chor mee around but it I feel the price is justifiable.

Pictured here is what you get for $10 when you takeaway. The mee pok is cooked al dente and doesn’t have the reek of alkaline. And there’s a good douse of vinegar in the seasoning which isn’t something you’ll get at most places. Many would notice that it’s topped with the crispy dried sole fish. Yummy.

What I enjoy most are the handmade dumplings as the skin is of the right thickness, and they are generous with the pork filling and sole fish. Also, the pork liver here is not overcooked (so it’s soft and tender) and doesn’t have a gamey taste or powdery texture. Something that isn’t easy to achieve.

I found this to be still as good since I last had it some four years back. Some may find this to be overrated or felt that the standard has dropped. Perhaps it’s could be a matter of inconsistency more than anything else.

Maybe that's how the French likes it? ⁠⠀
And it's my first time to try the kway teow soup. It was not bad but probably not worth waiting 30 mins for. (And this is for a off-peak, nobody in the queue type situation)⁠⠀
To be fair, the dumplings and the pork liver are astonishingly tasty. They probably won Tai Hwa its star.

My friend wanted to treat me for a “good birthday meal”, and I think this works just well.

It still took about a 40 min wait, but nothing beats the comforting taste of good-old Singapore hawker food. Standard still about there.

I believe many food businesses are affected by the current situation. Unfortunately, I don't have an answer for this - fear is real, livelihood is also real. This has a spiral effect.

Once the situation improves, do not forget to support our local businesses, be nicer to our hardworking hawkers, and treat yourself a good meal. Yes, BCM over instant noodles anytime for me.

We can weather the storm together.

#DFDHawker #DFDMichelin #DFDNoodles


💵: $8

📈: 7.5/10

🤔: If you love vinegary BCM, then this place is for you. Didn't really understand the whole hype surrounding this place, and still don't, but it was still a good bowl of noodles. Pricey, but comes with an abundance of toppings.