Category Archives: Asian

Hokkein Mee


Hokkein Mee

If I could not wake up early on Tuesday, I will have Hokkein Mee instead. Call me a noodle lover guy if you want but I prefer to eat mee hoon and mee on Mondays and Tuesdays rather than rice which I prefer to take from Wednesdays. Like Li Chang stall holders, the 60 year old lady has been working at Yuhua Food Centre for well over 3 decades serving delicious home-made Hokkein Mee served with generous portios of squid, […]

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Wan Ji Wanton Mee


Wan Ji Wanton Mee

I now head back home to Yuhua Food Centre to taste another type of Wanton Mee. Like Amoy Street stall, you have to be as early as 7am to avoid waiting in long queue. The only difference is come at 11am, there won't be much crowd and you can still have your Wanton Mee The one significant difference is their noodles are added with dark sauce besides chilli, roasted pork and thin noodles. But the Wanton dumplings are still superb […]

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Wan Kah Wanton And Shredded Chicken Mee


Wan Kee Wanton And Shredded Chicken Mee

From Jurong East, I head down to Amoy Street Hawker Food Centre near Tanjong Pagar which is part of our Central Business District or CBD in short in Singapore. It has been 10 years since I ate there. I used to work at telemarketing call office opposite that centre but now that place has been demolished. There are many good food here but I shall begin with Wan Kah Wanton and Shredded Chicken mee. Although I have tasted many such […]

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Queensway Popiah


Jurong East Queenstown Popiah

Used to be situated at Queensway / Queenstown district, this famous Popiah stall now moved down to my Yuhua Food Centre. Served with delicious spring unions, peanuts sprinkles, egg and beansprouts all packed into white spring roll aka popiah, it serves as popular side dish for most Singaporeans including myself and main dish for health-conscious and those wanting to lose weight. Unless I am very hungry, I normally ordered just 1 roll for $1.60.

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Li Chang Fishball Noodles


Jurong East Li Chang Fishball Noodles

I shall begin with Li Chang Fishball Noodles at my hometown Yuhua Village Food And Market Centre. The stall has been manned by Chinese couple since 1985 when I first moved in with my family from Holland Village. Since 2009, Fishball noodles has always been my favourite Monday lunch dish. Especially Mee Pok – thick delicious flat noodles, You Mian – normal thin noodles (as pictured), Mee Hoon – thin rice noodles and Kuay Teow – also thick but white flat […]

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