For those who are wondering where they have moved to, they are now at Bedok at the address below. An An suffered a huge loss due to the recent fire in Block 823A Tampines coffeeshop, which literally wiped out everything. What I heard is the insurance was only for the coffeeshop and not the individual stalls, which I found it quite dubious. Anyways they are drawing a queue already at this usually quiet coffeeshop.
What I like about this stall is the sambal chilli for the dry version. Really nice and goes darn well with the noodles and vinegar. Noodles can be a little more al dente, a little overcook I feel but it’s tasty. The soup that comes with it has wantons. The wantons are surprisingly meaty and yummy. Pork balls are normal, unlike some other races the pork balls have teepor (dried sole fish) inside, which makes it a lot more flavourful. This stall has definitely injected life and competition to this quiet end of Bedok but it may not be for long as they have plans to move back to their hood in Tampines once renovation is ready.
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This is the side of Bedok not many would pass by or visit. Or maybe it’s me cos I’ve never checked out this coffeeshop before. And some stalls open only in the afternoon for the dinner crowd. So I decided to pop by one afternoon to check out the place. Not many stalls were opened except this deliciously looking braised duck kway chap stall was open and decided to give it a try.
What I like about this stall is that Ah Ping manages it all by herself. From prepping, cooking, taking orders, packing food, collect money, etc. She took over the stall from her in-laws and when I was there, it was still under the old name, which I’ve already changed on Google Maps. I’ve also included her mobile number for pre-orders so you don’t have to wait too long. Kway Chap is tasty, no porky smell, not too salty, very balance. The kway as explained in video, was the thicker one. I prefer the finer one cos it’s smoother. But overall good pricing and yummy.
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Tried many Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles in Singapore and this is definitely one of the best in my humble opinion. Tried a couple of times to be sure so far never failed my cravings.
What I like about this stall is that the broth was really on point. Rich and umami-filled. Plus the generous use of eggs, fry till fragrant then add stock in to simmer to a rich milky base. Yums when the noodles are soaked into it! Not forgetting the seasoned crispy lard and the super spicy chilli sauce. All blend very well with the noodles.
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Taste: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Portion: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Service: 🍳🍳🍳🍳 (Comms can improve and lady taking orders can be quite fierce but she’s ok one if you’re a regular.) Price: $4, $6 or $8. Tapao $6 and it was huge packet! Ambience: Hawker Centre RTE: At least once a week!
Tried this the first time when Diana tapao on one of the nights when it we didn’t know what to eat so we headed down to 85 Market after closing the cafe for the day. The other time was fried by a younger chap. This time round caught on video is the owner himself, Mr Goh. Prior to this vlog we didn’t know that Mr. Goh is illiterate hence Whatsapp or digital online platforms are challenging for him. In addition, his stall is overshawdowed by the 2 stalls on the front row. So hopefully this vlog can help drive him some traffic admist this pandemic… And perhaps more reviews on Google Maps as well.
When we had this Fried Oyster the first time, the taste brought me back to my childhood days where Fried Oyster was not affordable, and I thank my parents and Nanny for doting on me by letting me try many types of foods. Hence, expanded my taste profiling since I was young. This was our second time having it, the taste was equally good. Shows that the second generation has been taught well and I’m really happy for Mr Goh. Tried the Wu Xiang Xia Bing also, it was good but the beehoon had an unique taste which we were guessing was five spice powder. Other than that the ingredients were nicely executed. Ultimately in our opinion, this Fried Oyster is prolly one of the best around in Singapore, together with another stall, Teck’s Oyster, located at East Coast Lagoon Food Centre. So go support this legendary hawker since 1967 ya and keep the tradition alive!
Check out my reviews in the video below and let my video do the talking:
This is truly a hidden gem tucked in between so many stalls with so many pictures of food hanging all over the place. Was here for lunch after doctor’s for Diana and I noticed this old uncle do not have that many orders like the other stalls in this coffeeshop. I told Diana that I had a feeling that the food might be good. So I approached the stall.
Mr Leong, the old uncle who retired being a crane operator is 77 years old this year and have been operating this stall for over a year. This is a very scary sight because at this age, he should be happily retired and living his life. There could be a lot of factors to consider but I’m leaning towards happy and positive thoughts… maybe his passion for cooking supersedes everything. So ya, here he is answering my questions and the first thing I asked him was,”Uncle, if I had to eat one thing, what would you recommend. He pointed the Penang Char Kway Teow. I told him ok let’s do it. $3 one plate. Reviews below:
Taste: No doubt about it, very close to authenticity. Not overly salty, flavour just right. Wok hei controlled well without the burnt taste. Even Diana said it was good!
Portion: Good size for $3!
RTE: Definitely! I got a feeling the Char Beehoon is also good!
Location: Block 418 Bedok North Avenue 2, Epic Haus Coffeeshop.
Recently I was contacted by one of the partners of this little stall located in Bedok area to try out their food. So I brought along some foodies who were not working on one of the days I was off.
Located at a corner of a coffeeshop, the stall stood out from its modern outlook. But definitely overshadowed by some household stalls that were there for the longest time. Nevertheless, we ordered their signatures and see the reviews below:
Taste: Overall taste is good, just need to tweak on some of the recipe to make it great.
Service: Order at counter and food will be served to table.
I was told that this Bak Chor Mee stall is better than the ones at Block 85 of Bedok so here I am. See review below. Taste:
I love the broth, cos the raw minced pork is mixed inside the broth before serving, giving it a very yummy meaty taste to every spoonful. And there are bits of fried bonito (tee por) inside to make the soup even more flavourful. Noodles are springy but not the best of noodles though.
Pay and wait to be served.
Location & Contacts:
511 Bedok North Street 3 #01-10
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