After my Beef Kway Teow indulgence, I went on walking westwards venturing the whole stretch of shops and eateries towards Crawford Lane area. Saw a lot of old neighborhood shops and chanced upon an old coffeeshop Heap Seng Leong. In there, there’s only one Ah Huay Hokkien Mee stall managed by an old lady. I didn’t know what to expect but went ahead to order a plate from the old granny.
Taste: Not fantastically good but you can feel old granny frying the plate of goodness from her heart like frying for her grandchildren. Very homely taste. Ingredients are cut in the spot too! Go support old granny if you’re around that area!
Portion: For $3 this is a big plate!
Service: Old granny is little slow so please be patient. You have to tell her what you want. She can whip up Hokkien Mee, Fried Kway Teow, noodles soups, etc. Converse with her in dialects will be ideal. I spoke in teochew and she speaks pretty well too.
Ambience: Old and everything seems to be on standstill here. Interesting marble top tables, poor lighting.
Price: $3.00 only. Damn worth it.
RTE: I wanna return on my next Food Trail Tuesday to try her char kway teow! 🙂
Location: Block 10 North Bridge Road. Hours: Mornings till late afternoon I believe.