I remember coming to this place with my classmates after school or some tennis eons ago. This food centre has a lot of good food and most of them have been here for decades even before the renovation. Yet to try most of it cos it’s not really my territory. Hence need my west-side friends to recommend so I can try them the next time I’m there.
I was there to meet up with a friend over dinner on one of the nights when I came back to SG and he highly recommended the western food at Peter’s Pan of stall #02-133. As there are many western food stalls there, I was quite skeptical about trying it and to be honest, I like traditional cuisine than western deep fried stuff anytime. Nevertheless, I gave it a try.
Taste: The chickent cutlet is a very big piece of meat, thick and juicy. Topped with their special sauce, damn nice with the rice. Coleslaw is nice and creamy… very refreshing. Wanted to buy more coleslaw, don’t have… they only make enough for their sides only.
Portion: Above average
RTE: Yes will try their other stuff like fish and chips.
Location: 51 Upp Bukit Timah Road, #02-133 Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre
Chanced upon this old couple selling Fried Kway Teow & Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee while I was at Sim Place Market the other day. This place is at Blk 49 Sims Place, unit #01-26 and it’s my regular haunt. Loads of good food here and I will feature them one by one whenever I can.
The stall is very clean although it’s only Grade B… but I prefer Grade B stalls cos usually taste better than Grade A ones.. haha… So I ordered a plate of Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee for $3 a plate.
Taste:Sambal is very nicely fried. They use the thinner version of the Chor Bee Hoon which I like cos it absorbs the prawn broth nicely. Not very salty but just nice. You can tell they have been putting a lot of work in the broth for frying. If only it is fried a little longer with a little more broth, I believe the taste will be a lot better.
Portion:For $3, the portion is good. Ingredients are substantial and most importantly, there were 3 medium sized prawns and they are whole prawns unlike some other stalls they halved their prawns and prolly give you only 3 halves.
RTE:Definitely. Must support the old couple lah. They are like 60+ already still doing hawker. Will try the Char Kway Teow soon and put here. 🙂
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