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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From the Burpple community

💵: $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.

🤩🤩 I’ve never tried Hill Street Tai Hwa bcmee before and this was my first bowl. 😍 Consider me a convert, 🤩🤩 I’ll def be back! Hurhurhur. ⁣

🍽 is at 466 Crawford Ln, #01-12, Singapore 190466⁣

🕰 opens daily except Monday ⁣ 9.30am-9.00pm ⁣


Located at Blk 466, Crawford Lane, unit 01-02, Singapore 190465. .
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, regular $8. Congratulations on crowning 2019 one Michelin-Star once again! This bowl of Bak Chor Mee is truly amazing.... their regular $8 portion comes with generous portion of noodles and ingredients, we love that crispy fried fish that adds extra flavors to the noodles!! Very satisfying and comforting dinner! .
#hungryunicornsg #taihwaporknoodle #michelinonestar #onemichelinstar #bakchormee

Does Tai Hwa come in as Singapore’s #1 in BCM?

Tai Hwa’s rendition hits it pretty spot on. Sweetness from stewed mushrooms, heat and tartness from chilli and black vinegar respectively and noodles served with a Q. Topping it off, a dried sole fish for the crispy element.

Is it worth the wait and heat? Umm, if I’d 1.5 hours of free time- maybe.

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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.