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Hawker Noodles

Hawker Noodles

wanton mee, bcm, ban mian, dumpling noodles etc etc etc
aggs & xi :D
aggs & xi :D

Have been wanting to try this and it surely didn’t disappoint!!! :”) found a new fav banmian place! Love the spiciness with the fried ikan billis - And the QQ-ness of the noodles. There’s a fried taupok fishcake that’s extremely crispy. Owners are friendly too!

The noodles were tossed in a dark sauce and was not bad, but the real stars were the fishballs and fishcakes. Incredibly bouncy and savoury, they had just the right amount of saltiness. They were really fresh and I was really impressed with the textures!

Had this dapao-ed but it was still so good! If it was that delicious despite it being a takeaway order, I really look forward to having the food there.

Hands down my favourite banmian stall! I always go for the you mian tang, as I really like the clear broth that has a hint of natural sweetness from the mani cai, prawns, meat and mushrooms. My lunch buddy ordered the dry version, but we didn’t really like the sauce as it felt a bit too strong for our liking. Sticking to the soup version!

Thin beehoon and yellow mee was used here, and I liked the different textures! The broth is also quite tasty. I would think that this is an above average hokkien mee stall, but not the *best* (golden mile’s remains the best).

They used to be situated at Margaret Drive Hawker Centre, and were the fishball noodles I ate during my childhood. The handmade fishballs are just as good as I remember them to be: bouncy and slightly salty. My meepok was really average though, so I think I’ll go for either mee tai mak (like what my dad ordered) or kway teow next time I visit.

Long queues for this! A decent plate of wanton mee, but didn’t really impress. The noodles were done al dente, but was a little thicker than usual which wasn’t to my liking. The charsiew was lacklustre, and the wantons average. I did like the sauce for the noodles though, which was light but flavourful. Portions were rather large too! Probably would not queue for this again, there are better wanton mee shops out there :)

A good option for breakfast! The noodles taste lighter /healthier, but was still nice to me when paired with the cabbage and taukwa (firm tofu). I had a nibble of the spring roll, which was crisp with a juicy turnip filling.

Was very pleasantly surprised by this bowl of noodles! The her kiao (fish dumpling) was qq with good flavour, and the fishballs & fishcakes soft and bouncy. Didn’t really like the minced meat fishball, it had a slight fishy smell. The meekia was slightly thinner then usual, and was chewy. Loved the sambal, which was on the sweeter side, but still savoury and very fiery.

This was still piping hot though it was delivered, and they were very generous with the noodles. A good find from deliveroo, I would be interested in heading down to the store when the coronavirus situation has improved :)

Enjoyed this! The horfun was very fresh, it was soft but still had a nice bite to it. Beansprouts were crunchy and
there was no fishy taste. I usually prefer dry horfun but this was pretty good, the sauce wasn’t too goopy for my liking. Had this for one of my lunches when interning last year, and this was worth the travel from Raffles Place to Bugis!

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Have been patronising this stall for years and have always ordered the kekoumian, but I decided to try the mee hoon kueh that day instead. It looked hand torn, and it wasn’t doughy! Served in the same broth as the kekoumian - not too salty, light, but flavourful. The broth is the star of the bowl. Comes with veg (there is a lot in my bowl because my friend gave me all of her veg), minced meat and an add-on egg. A perfect lunch option for me :)

Liked this! The meesua is thinner than normal and the soup has slight heat from the ginger, midway between a light and heavy soup. Ingredients were not bad, there were 2 minced meat balls, 2 halves of a big dong gu (mushroom), 1 meat ball and several slices of lean pork. Would repurchase, good for a rainy day. Portion is quite huge!

It was a hearty bowl of favourful noodles!!!! Though I still prefer the authentic one from Sarawak, but this is a close fight!!! And they are VERY generous with their premium ingredients so YUMS

started off from eating school caifan together in 2014

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