Intro: You know I have so many backlogs it’s quite shocking. In fact I can do this full time but then again, not paid and no income from advertisements. So suck it up and try to slot in these posts when I can.
I was introduced to this stall by an old friend cos her work place is there. Apparently dry ban mian is available in most places but how tasty it is depends mainly on the sauce that these individual stalls concoct.
I chose Ee Mee (wheat noodles) cos of the healthy factor but also it taste really good. Super love the sauce and literally it’s the dry version of the soup ban mian, it has crispy anchovies, an egg and loads of veg. Fried fish chunks were generous too and well seasoned. A comfort dish for me anytime.
Sorry it’s been some time since I’ve updated this blog… too many parties and our Cambodia trip all made me extremely tired. Apart from that, my company is undergoing rebranding now and a lot of work to do. Finally found some time to update some of the good foods that I’ve eaten over the past few weeks.
I visited this noodle place located within this market along Old Airport Road. This little hawker place is just beside a market in between Jalan Lima and Jalan Tiga. Parked my car along the roadside lot, found a short queue building up before 12pm. So I queued up and ordered a ‘Fatty Meal’ which is a combination of a lot ingredients. Check it out below:
Taste: Not too bad. Noodles could be better. But for the price, with so much ingredients, it’s definitely worth it.
Price: $3.00 (Cheapest bowl is $2.00)
RTE: Maybe… but there’s an economic rice stall which is extremely cheap which I will feature the next time I’m there.
Location: Along Old Airport Road, before Jalan Tiga turning on the left. Stall number #01-14.
Was at Upp Boon Keng Road Food Centre again. this time I was back to feature the Kambing Soup which is the much better one. But of course, eat in moderation. Maybe once a month the most. Check this out.
Taste: Very good. Meat is tender cos they use the leg of the goat. Soup is really good and taste damn good when you dip the chunks of french loaves in it. Also check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWNKOmzZ1Lw. 🙂
Portion: Loads of chunks of mutton. No joke.
RTE: Yeah of course but not too often lah… Not good for health.
Location: Blk 17 Upper Boon Keng Road Market & Food Centre. Check out the online maps for direction. Very near Kallang MRT station.
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