Ah Lim Bak Chor Mee (Jalan Tua Kong)

Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面) or BCM for short, is a staple street food in Singapore. You can be sure that if one stall (selling any food) is successful, there will be many copy cats using the same or similar name punctuated with “original” or stories of some relations linked either through blood or previous employment. … Continue reading

Home-styled Bak Chor Mee (Egg Noodle with Minced Meat) Recipe

We wanted to cook Pad Kra Pao but couldn’t get hold of Thai basil. Instead of having rice for dinner, we had Chinese egg noodles, bok choy and minced pork but you can substitute with any ground meat of your choice. Home-cooked Egg Noodle with Minced Meat Recipe. Bowl Preparation for the Noodle (amount is … Continue reading

Changi Village Hawker Centre

Before setting foot on Pulau Ubin, we had substantial brunch so much so we thought we could do away with dinner. Big mistake! We did have enough drinks but the storm made us feel cold and hungry come nightfall. Yama was dreaming about having a cup of hot instant noodles! When Mr. Teck picked us … Continue reading

Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 2

My friends and I started at 9am and ended our excursion at 5pm thereabout. I only managed to upload all my raw files after many hours and completed my editing at 4+am the following day! I was just too excited to sleep without seeing the end result of my photos. They were disappointing of course, … Continue reading

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 吊桥头大华猪肉粿条

Started at Hill Street in 1932 before moving to Marina Square in 1986 and finally settling down at the current location in Crawford Lane (since 2005), Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 吊桥头大华猪肉粿条 is a household name when it comes to Bak Chor Mee (minced pork noodle – BCM). However, eating from a popular stall … Continue reading

Million Fishball Noodle 隆興百万鱼圆麵 @ Kim San Leng Bangkit Road

The gratification that comes with delaying one’s urge to buy food ahead of the others when eating out with friends in a kopitiam is that I get to see their food before deciding if I should follow suit – visual impact risk assessment, lol… A couple of weeks ago, I saw this Hong Kong style … Continue reading

Bedok 85 Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面

Touted as the famous stall number 7 at Fengshan Market & Food Centre (FC), Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian Bar Chor Mee is the first stall to sell authentic Bak Chor Mee (BCM) in this market. I was at this particular FC a month ago but didn’t eat any BCM. I had porridge instead. The … Continue reading

Punggol Noodles 榜鹅肉脞面 – The One Arm Swordsman And His Mighty Meatballs

I have heard so much about these springy tender meatballs from Punggol Noodles but my search for the stall seemed elusive as the address was not updated in most website earlier this year. I had gone around asking and finally tracked down the one arm swordsman and his remarkable meatballs by chance on an outing … Continue reading

Bak Chor Mee 肉脞面

Mee Kia is fine egg noodles almost like those used in Wanton Noodle Soup – always reliable and very distinctive in its physical composition which never fails to arouse your tasting organ whenever you eat. Mee Pok, or as I have fondly nicknamed Chinese fettucine, is my favourite Asian pasta. However, a good mee pok … Continue reading