Tasty Hawker Food

Tasty Hawker Food

Featuring Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee, Cheng Heng Kway Chap And Braised Duck Rice (Holland Drive Market & Food Centre), Heaven's Indian Curry (Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre), Boon Kee Wanton Noodle (Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre), Teochew Braised Duck Rice (Alexandra Village Food Centre), Pang’s Hakka Noodles, Kian Seng Lor Mee Prawn Noodle Laksa (Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre), Shi Hui Yuan Hor Fun Specialist @ Mei Ling Market, Liang Ji The Legendary
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Long queue even at 1pm on Sunday. Braised sauce is very good and tasty. Duck is average but the pork is rather dry. Pork would have been better with some fat. The stall does seem to have its fan based with many ordering to take home.

Saw this stall while waiting for Pang’s Hakka noodle. Decided to order since the stall had many photos with celebrity chef. So glad we did, this is the kind of Kway Teow I missed childhood. Almost impossible to find these day. This is really good, cooked the traditional way as I remember.

Pang’s Hakka Noodles by Chef Pang of Antoinette fame. From making French food to traditional Hakka food. Have been wanting to try this for a long time and glad to come by. Food was great plus at the food court prices. Unfortunately the food court and the stall would be closing at the end of April. Will keep an eye out for Chef Pang new location for sure! Red wine chicken noodle is something I have never tasted but love it. The taste of red wine lingers in the mouth but not a dish everyone would enjoy. The signature noodle is the traditional Hakka YTF. The noodle was smooth and chewy. YTF was great too. The chicken wing came with the set was tasty but not great.

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Rather disappointing plate of wantan mee. Noodle was so so and char siew was dry. Not worth queuing for it

Queue was long but it moved rather quickly. Lor mee was only $3.50 but did not have much ingredient to it. Much prefer the one at Taman Jurong to this.

My favorite to eat at this market. Flavorful sauce with tender meat and silky hor fun. This stall been around for a long time and after getting Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2015 started to open up various branches.

Simple looking stall with no frills and advertising on the front. Was not aware this stall till i saw someone posted about this. Glad to try it. The food was braised nicely with good flavors. Highly recommend for anyone who loves Kway chap.

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One of my favorite stall to visit when having breakfast at Ghim Moh.

$5 Hokkien mee with $5 of abalone and $1 egg. Stock was flavorful and tasty. Chili is very adds extra dimension to the noodle.

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