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Ponggol Nasi Lemak Centre – As Least There Is A Reason For Me To Join The Queue!
By Alfred November 17, 2009
Ponggol Nasi Lemak Centre at Hougang must be the most extraordinary Nasi Lemak stall in Singapore. Customers virtually clustered to form queues from 6pm to late nights everyday without fail. I guess it is very easy for foreigners to think this is a die die must QUEUE stall but chances are, for many Nasi Lemak connoisseurs, the chilli here simply cannot make it. Good chilli sauce that can go well with the rice is very important for me in ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.0 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Chinese Nasi Lemak | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Hougang | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Supper
Editor's Rating
7.00
Overall
Ponggol Nasi Lemak Centre – As Least There Is A Reason For Me To Join The Queue!
Sungei Road Laksa – Still only $2!
By Alfred November 11, 2009
Do you know what Singapore and Morroco have in common? Both countries have a dish named Laksa. "The laksa (also spelt tajine) is a dish originating in Morocco named after the pot in which it is cooked. Laksas are essentially a slow cooked stew braised at low temperatures to create tender meat and flavoursome vegetables. Traditionally Moroccan laksas combine lamb or chicken with a range of exotic spices like ras el hanout, cinnamon and cumin with and ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Breakfast | Brunch | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Jalan Besar | Laksa | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Sungei Road Laksa – Still only $2!
Ex Blanco Court Food Centre To-Ricos Guo Shi – Only Subtle Herby Flavour!
By Alfred November 8, 2009
It is said that Chinese eat everything with four legs except tables, everything that flies except aircrafts and everything that swims except submarines. Back in the thirteenth century, the Chinese were already ahead in food "creativity" as noted by Marco Polo when he saw Chinese eating pests(eg. snakes) and pets(eg. dogs,cats). But today, the Chinese are still ahead as they are still eating many things that are still causing a bit of controversy. For example, things like sea cucumbers ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Brunch | Chinese Cuisine | Hawker Centre | Kallang | Kway Chap (粿汁) | Lunch | Old Airport Road Food Centre | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
Ex Blanco Court Food Centre To-Ricos Guo Shi – Only Subtle Herby Flavour!
Noo Cheng Adam Road Prawn Mee – Fresh Prawns For Your Viewing Pleasure!
By Alfred November 4, 2009
Noo Cheng Adam Road Prawn Noodle $5 There are a few hae mee(prawn noodle soup) stalls around the island that are using big prawns as a choice or substitute for the usual half sliced tasteless prawns. The mountain tortoise me has never taken interest in all these big prawn noodles in the past because I thought prawns being prawns, how much more shiok it can gets. I mean $8 or $10 is really a ludicrously high price to pay ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.0 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Lunch | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | River Valley | S$1 - S$5 | Zion Riverside Food Centre
Editor's Rating
7.00
Overall
Noo Cheng Adam Road Prawn Mee – Fresh Prawns For Your Viewing Pleasure!
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodle – A Good Hae Mee That Opens Round The Clock!
By Alfred November 3, 2009
Prawn is our rejoice. We chinese can spare the sotong but we can hardly go without prawns in a meal. It doesn't matter whether it's dried, deshelled or fresh, for soup or stir fry. And in most traditional chinese wedding course-dinners, you will be served the legendary steamed drunken prawn, as a token to herald the start of happiness which is represented by the red color in prawns. But, do you know something? Prawns and cockroaches are related. They ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Lunch | Macpherson | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5 | Supper
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodle – A Good Hae Mee That Opens Round The Clock!
Hong Mao Noodle House – Very Popular In Joo Chiat!
By Alfred November 2, 2009
Every once in a while, we come across foodstalls with queues that can take up a bit of our time, but have you ever counted, how many times have you joined the queue only to find out that the quality of the food didn't justify the waiting time? Hong Mao Mian Jia at 128 Tembeling Road Hong Mao Mian Jia at 128 Tembeling Road is very popular around Joo Chiat area. Although the name suggests that they serve Ang Mo noodles, ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Joo Chiat | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Wanton Mee (云吞面)
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Hong Mao Noodle House – Very Popular In Joo Chiat!
Former Geylang Lorong 1 Nasi Padang – Take A Queue Number And Wait For Your Turn!
By Alfred November 1, 2009
Once upon a time, a famous Nasi Padang stall stood in the corner kopitiam of Geylang Lorong 1. How famous you may ask? Well the queues were so long that the seller had to introduce a queue number system where customers had to take a card and wait to be called for their orders! Queue number cards at Former Lorong 1 Geylang Nasi Padang Alright, I know that sounded a little old fashion but you can't argue with success, can you? Mr ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Geylang | Malay Cuisine | Nasi Padang | Nil | S$11 - S$20
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Former Geylang Lorong 1 Nasi Padang – Take A Queue Number And Wait For Your Turn!
Lau Shen Shredded Chicken Noodles – Mini “Pork Sausage” With Tik Poh Flavour!
By Alfred October 30, 2009
The Teochews are famous for quite a few things. Cultivating the art of preserving food(land infertile so they have to), enjoying seafood's natural taste by steaming it(because they are near to sea so can get fresh ones) and inventing all kinds of kuehs which are the whatever snacks you can find in snack shops like Soon Kueh, Ku Chai Kueh, Png Kueh, Chwee Kueh, Chai Tao Kueh and even Shui Jing Bao and Poh Piah all belong to the Teochew ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Lunch | Macpherson | Nil | S$6 - S$10 | Shredded Chicken Noodles
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Lau Shen Shredded Chicken Noodles – Mini “Pork Sausage” With Tik Poh Flavour!
Wan Long Chicken Rice – If You Hate Sucking Bones Out Of Chicken Feet!
By Alfred October 29, 2009
There are some foods in Singapore that are still selling at very competitive prices eventhough prices of every other food have gone up. One of it is Cze Char and I'm talking about those Cze Char Hor Fun or Bee Hoon. Strangely, it has always remained at $3 eventhough other foods like Chicken Rice or Mee Pok Tah have gone up from $1.50 to almost $3 nowadays(I'm talking about past 2 decades). The other food I know ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Berseh Food Centre | Chicken Feet | Chicken Rice (鸡饭) | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Jalan Besar | Lunch | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Wan Long Chicken Rice – If You Hate Sucking Bones Out Of Chicken Feet!
Fu Yuan Teochew Bak Chor Mee – For The Bak Giao Aficionados!
By Alfred October 28, 2009
Tik poh(dried sole fish) is said to be a Teochew invention, and it's no surprise that it's mostly only found in Teochew dishes. Have you wondered how it would be if a Hokkien Mee uses tik poh? I do look forward to the day when some Hokkien Mee sellers bother to throw in a few pieces of tik poh together with the noodles to perform the wok hei. Or if a chok(porridge) has plenty of findly grinded tik pohs sprinkled ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面) | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Tampines
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
Fu Yuan Teochew Bak Chor Mee – For The Bak Giao Aficionados!
Eunos 1A Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodles – Very Popular But How Good?
By Alfred October 26, 2009
For someone who resides on the east end of Singapore all his life, I must admit that I grew up eating Hokkien Bak Chor Mee and was introduced to the Teochew version only 10 years ago. When I first ate Teochew Bak Chor Mee, the tik poh(dried sole fish) taste in the soup simply blew me away. Tik pok as we all know, has a nice flavour and can be very SHIOK when combined with minced pork and liver. ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面) | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Eunos | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Eunos 1A Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodles – Very Popular But How Good?
Tong Xing Roasted – Char Siew and Roast Pork Rice still only $2!
By Alfred October 25, 2009
Is globalization a good or bad thing for the world? The impact of globalization means that the world has become smaller. So economically, socially, culturally and technologically and in many other ways, there are interactions between different countries. One of the good things, as everyone know is that companies can relocate to take advantage of the attractive markets in other low-wage economy countries(like china) for their production arm. But have you wondered, if production cost has gone down, why then ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Char Siew Rice (叉烧饭) | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Kallang | Lunch | Old Airport Road Food Centre | Pork Belly (烧肉) | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Tong Xing Roasted – Char Siew and Roast Pork Rice still only $2!
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles – A Rich Man’s Hae Mee!
By Alfred October 24, 2009
I'll be honest. I seldom eat prawn noodles(soup type) when I'm out. It's not that I'm not a big fan of prawn noodles, but it's hard to find one that's worth my time and money. In fact in most prawn noodles(even the so called good ones) that I know, the prawns they used are quite tasteless after being boiled in the soup for a long long time. So I'll admit that prawn noodles is one of those food that ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Breakfast | Cambridge Road Hawker Centre | Chinese Cuisine | Farrer Park | Hawker Centre | Lunch | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$6 - S$10
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles – A Rich Man’s Hae Mee!
Whampoa Teowchew Kway Tiao Mee – If You Like Fresh Handmade Fishballs!
By Alfred October 23, 2009
It is amusing to know how the name Mee Pok Tah is being generalized along the years. Mee Pok Tah is of course Mee(flat noodles) Pok and having it Tah(dry) but what exactly are the condiments or ingredients that are associated with a Mee Pok Tah? What's the difference between a Teo Chew version and a non Teo Chew version? In what kind of circumstances do we expect it to have fishballs or prawns? Unfortunately there are no straight forward ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Hawker Centre | Mee Pok Tah (鱼丸面) | S$1 - S$5 | Whampoa | Whampoa Drive Food Centre
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Whampoa Teowchew Kway Tiao Mee – If You Like Fresh Handmade Fishballs!
Fu Hainanese Chicken Rice – An Extravaganza Of Smoothness!
By Alfred October 20, 2009
Have you wondered what does it take for a Chicken Rice to be a Hainanese version? Is it the chicken or is it the rice? Must it be "pak cham kai"(steamed/boiled chicken) or it can be roasted chicken? Of course we all know the irony, that Hainan Chicken Rice isn't indigenous to Hainan and it was the cook who's from Hainan, not the food. But the pak cham kai( white chop chicken) was actually an invention of the Cantonese and ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Bedok (勿洛) | Bedok North Blk 538 Food Centre | Chicken Rice (鸡饭) | Chinese Cuisine | Hawker Centre | Lunch | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Fu Hainanese Chicken Rice – An Extravaganza Of Smoothness!
Lau Goh Teochew Chye Thow Kway – The Marvellous Flavour Still Lingers!
By Alfred October 17, 2009
It is often said that, a good plate of chai tao kway(carrot cake) is done using kway(cake of the radish) that must not be outsourced. And I'm just wondering why those franchised chwee kway stalls are still getting the queues when not only the kway(rice cake) but the chai poh and even the chilli sauce are obviously outsourced. Actually, outsourced food doesn't really mean bad food. When the QC department is doing their job, mass-produced food can still ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Carrot Cake (菜頭粿) | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Lunch | River Valley | S$1 - S$5 | Zion Riverside Food Centre
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Lau Goh Teochew Chye Thow Kway – The Marvellous Flavour Still Lingers!
Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood BBQ – Still As Good As Before!
By Alfred October 16, 2009
I dare say that Chomp Chomp Food Centre is one of the better place to eat BBQ stingray, even today. Actually there are not many places in Singapore where people specifically go for stingrays. Some of the places I can think of are East Coast Lagoon, Lau Pa Sat, Newton Hawker Centre. Are there any that I've missed out? Of course we don't go to Newton Hawker Centre for our seafood, Singaporeans are too smart for that. It's ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | BBQ Stingray | Chinese Cuisine | Chomp Chomp Food Centre | Dinner | Hawker Centre | S$6 - S$10 | Serangoon
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood BBQ – Still As Good As Before!
Original Serangoon Fried Hokkien Mee – Simply Second To None!
By Alfred October 15, 2009
Will Malaysia ever dare say that Hokkien Mee was invented by them? Actually, it is very obvious that many foods though have the same names but are clearly referring to different things and flavours in Singapore and Malaysia. Just like Hokkien Mee in Malaysia(which is often called KL hokkien Mee) is yellow mee fried in dark soy sauce while ours are "2-noodles" fried in prawn soup which we also called Hokkien Hae Mee. But then Hokkien Hae Mee in Malaysia ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Hokkien Mee (福建炒虾面) | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Serangoon | Supper
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Original Serangoon Fried Hokkien Mee – Simply Second To None!
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Whampoa Market Curry Rice – Part 15 of 15
By Alfred October 11, 2009
Can you think of any food in Singapore that have no more than 20 stalls selling it? Off the top of my head, I can only think of one and it is 猪脚冻 or pork jelly(aspic). Not sure if I'm a suah ku here but I only know of 3 stalls selling it in Singapore. Then there are other food like Turtle Soup or Beef Noodles which I believe to have no more than 50 stalls each around ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Hainanese Curry Rice | Hawker Centre | S$1 - S$5 | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge | Whampoa | Whampoa Drive Food Centre
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Whampoa Market Curry Rice – Part 15 of 15
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Red Sea Curry Rice – Part 13 of 15
By Alfred October 6, 2009
What is the cornerstone of Hainanese Curry Rice? Well the uniquely sweet gooey curry(or a few kinds of sauces in some cases) is the main attraction of most Hainanese Curry Rice. And how did a piece of pork chop get involved? I don't really know but it's not difficult to imagine our Hainanese ancestors dipping pork cutlets into curries in the ship's galley in the past when they were hungry right? Conveniently, curry and porkchops became fundamental features of ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Hainanese Curry Rice | Hawker Centre | Lunch | S$6 - S$10 | Sembawang Hill Food Centre | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge | Thomson
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Red Sea Curry Rice – Part 13 of 15
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