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Roast pork was on the salty side, but it has a really crispy skin and the meat was tender.

The charsiew on the otherhand, the honey glazed one was too tough for my liking while the other type was too bland.

I had to queue about 15 mins for this on a weekend lunch time. Not too long compared to some of the other famous stalls. But at this price point, I'd expect better (or at least more).

I would order the roast pork if I come back here again though. Only the roast pork.

Lor Mee at Xin Mei Xiang Zheng Zong comes in three sizes - the $5 bowl, which comes with much more toppings such pan fried fish flakes, braised pork, braised egg, beansprouts, fresh chillies and fresh parsley.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/xin-mei-xiang-lor-mee/

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Settled for this after failing to find the dumpling noodles posted by another burppler! The portion of wanton noodles ($3.50) was pretty sizeable, with thick slices of charsiew. Found the wanton a little small with too much skin, but the filling was good! Enjoyed the lighthearted conversation with the stall owner and his friend :-)

Priced between $1.40 and $1.60, these local snacks are as satisfying gastronomically as they are aesthetically.
Made by hand in small batches by the couple who operates this hawker stall in Old Airport Road Food Centre (they work really long days, beginning at 6.30am and ending around 5.30pm), the crispy puffs are an irresistible combination of a deepfried crust formed by layers of thin, flaky pastry, and delicious fillings that, in the case of the savoury options, are wetter than most.
My mum loves their classic curry chicken and potatoes, but I am partial to the sardine myself as it has a refreshing note of lime that vanquishes fishiness. The black pepper chicken is not a commonly found filling which is why it has its fans.
For those with a sweet tooth, you might be interested in giving their crispy yam puff a try.

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And happy to report that, they still taste as good as before! The huge boneless chicken thigh with some garlicky seasoning which had a hint of resemblance to the ‘har cheong gai.’ The jagged edges French fries, the coleslaw, the sunny side up and the old school butter bun which always adds extra comfort to my meal! After all these years. It’s still a treat to me!👍🏽
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🍜 pull attempt 1 , 2, 3, 4 gives up😂🍜 I just devoured this bowl of Lor Mee in like 5 mins🤤 the starchy favourful gravy is the winner component with its use of steamed fish that is packed with the fresh fish fragrance that melts into the bowl - this is what makes it stands out from all other lor mee👍 but ya the queue is 10-15 mins (off peak!) and usually 20-30 mins😅 definitely a first choice when queue is shorter than usual🤗but on a side note: ingredients pales in comparison to Xiang ji in the next alley🙊
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📌Old Kallang Airport Hawker Center ・ (01-10) Albert Street Prawn Noodle Big Prawn Noodle $10 (01-155) Chee Cheong Fun (Prawn) $2.5 Chee Cheong Fun (Scallop) $3.5 ・ 有名なストールが多いOld Kallang Airport Hawker Centerに初潜入。 ビブグルマン2019を取ったストールも2つあるのですが、春節明けたばかりのこの日は共にお休み。 という訳で、その他の人気店を攻めてみる。 並んでいる所がやっぱりそうでした。 海老麺は$10のBigにしたのもあって大きなエビが5尾も入っていて、その出汁が効いたスープは美味しいに決まっていて。 生臭さはないのにしっかりとエビが感じられます。 シンガポールでも少なくなってきた手作りのチーチョンファンのお店。 ここのチーチョンファンは香港式で、生地は薄く、オイスターソースを甘く汁っぽくしたソースと一緒に食べます。 ちなみにマレーシア式はもっと生地がしっかりしていて、ソースも甘味のある味噌ダレでどろっとしていて、見た目も味も違います。 手作りということで、作るところを見ていたのですが、これがまた面白い。 布に米粉を水で溶いた液に浸して蒸して、蒸しあがったら布から薄い生地を削ぎ落とすように外して、具材を包んでカットしてお皿に盛っていました。 ここではオタやレバーなど他では見たこともないような具材を使ったチーチョンファンもあるので、次回チャレンジしてみたいです。 #oldairportroadfoodcentre #oldairportroadhawkercentre #albertstreetprawnnoodle #prawnnoodles #cheecheongfun #prawncheecheongfun #hongkongcheecheongfun #ホーカーズ#シンガポールグルメ #シンガポール生活 #シンガポールライフ #シンガポール #シンガポール在住 #シンガポール旅行 #シンガポール観光 #singaporelife #travelsingapore #singaporetrip #sginstagram #igsg #visitsingapore #hawkerfood #hawker #ourhawkerculture #sghawker #sghawkerfood #sgfood #sgeats #sgfoodies #burpple

Quite a famous Hokkien mee in Singapore

Done very traditionally with cut chillis and soy sauce (not sambal). The stock used to make the prawn mee is very very good, very pleasant tasting, with right about of savoriness, umami and sweetness from the pork inside the broth. The squid and prawn was very fresh which was a pleasant surprise as most places cut cost by giving inferior quality seafood with their Hokkien mee

Maybe it's a style thing but this Hokkien mee does not have a lot of wok hei, and the yellow noodles were not dry fried for long so there is still an alkaline taste which isn't necessarily bad.

Overall a good plate of Hokkien mee. Not my favorite but I can see why it has its share of fans. The stock though, probably one of the best among the Hokkien mee stalls in sg

The sauce and marinade is nice, but I was very disappointed that the pork was really tough and dry. It was so tough at parts that I had problems chewing through it. Maybe it is cos it was not freshly roasted, but then again other char siew places don't have that problem.

“I don’t think I’ve ever had Chee Cheong Fun so thick” was the first thought as I lifted the $2.50 egg version of one of my favourite Chinese delicacy or “dim sum”. While the establishment touts a handmade value proposition; even if the egg was the valid contributing factor to the thickness, I didn’t fancy a swampy cluttered steam flour skin in the turnips version either.
Maybe I had the wrong flavors but otherwise I’m still looking on a look out for great hawker: handmade chee cheong fun.

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The omelette was crispy on the edges and yet firm on the inside. The whole oysters were so plump and fresh as well, making this dish so addictive!

Is been awhile I’m here at this famous hawker centre. Salt has been on my list since they gain the spotlight.

Their grilled chicken was prepared very tender and savoury. Go for the egg fried rice to get the wok hey taste. $8

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