Tag Archives: Bak Chor Mee (Minced Pork Noodles)

AH HOE MEE POK – CLEMENTI, SINGAPORE

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Intro:Read about this interesting Japanese family in Clementi who started partnered with Ah Hoe Mee Pok to open 2 outlets. Going there you’ll definitely need to drive that’s why I only manage to visit them only now thanks to Uber. So the story in summary is Father quit from his regular job and decided to learn from the original Ah Hoe Mee Pok owner by working 6 months for free. So now they have 2 stalls operating at different hours to cater for their customers. Block 710 is managed by the daughter which opens much earlier and block 713 is managed by the brother while the father now oversees everything. As I only knew about 710, that’s the stall I visited.

Th Stall
Their latest fusion noodles
My order of mee pok dry $4
After finishing the noodles still got so much ingredients! Next time must order extra noodles!
My bowl of Miso Mee Kia. $6. See how the pork lard is finely cut and fried to perfection? Yums!
Love how mee kia soaks up the miso sauce. Yums!
Every bowl should be left like that. #worldcleanplate
Reina took this pic with me without knowing who I was.

Taste:

Taste wise is pretty classic. Not really a Mee Pok fan but at least the flavours were there. Would add a little more vinegar for my taste. The miso version which I tried weeks later was really yummy. I chose mee kia this time round and love how the miso sauce soaks up in the noodle.

Price:

$4 for the Mee Pok, $6 for the Miso 

Portion:

Above average. Noodles standard but ingredients really a lot. See pic.

Service:

Self-service.

Waiting Time:

5-15mins. Depending on timing.

Rating:

4.5/5.

Location & Contacts:

Blk 710 Clementi West St 2

Tel: 87421341

Hours: Opens daily 7am to 4pm, Sun closes at 3pm
Blk 713 Clementi West St 2

Tel: 87421341

Hours: Opens 6am-2pm, 5pm-9pm. Sat & Sun closed.

Seng Huat Bak Chor Mee – Bugis, Singapore

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Bak Chor Mee or Minced Pork Noodles are everywhere in Singapore and to be honest, I’ve never considered Seng Huat’s BCM to be written here. I was around in Bugis with another fellow foodie and decided to grab a bowl to try.

Stall front
I ordered the dried mee sua to test how good their cooking skills. Check out the amount of ingredients for $3.50.
One look you’ll know this soup has gone through many rounds of cooking the ingredients.

Rating: 4.5/5.

Taste: Very well cooked mee sua. It doesn’t clump together! The ingredients also quite a lot for the price. A little on the salty side if not will be a perfect score. Prolly due to continuous cooking throughout the day. Overall really yummy!

Portion: Below average.

Service: Self-service but I was served. Pretty hard to get the service staff’s attention.

Ambience: Warm. Coffeeshop with no aircon.

Price: $3.50.

RTE: Yes!

Location: 492 North Bridge Road (opposite Bugis Junction MOS burger). Operating hours: 24 hours.