after the community breakfast at PPH teban gardens community service centre, my OPS primary school classmate & i adjourned to ah hoe mee pok at blk 710 clementi west street 2 on 16.9.2016. ^^
was looking forward to this, especially after the below par, actually quite disappointing seng kee bak chor mee at serangoon gardens yesterday!
we arrived about 10.30am. there is not much queue, just 2 pax before us.
we ordered a S$4 mee pok each (the no. 2 bak chor mee style, they also sell the no. 1 fish ball noodles style)
this my 4th time here, the last time was on 3.2.2016, and it was good every time, today included! ^^
there’s lots of ingredients for S$4, lots of minced pork, sliced pork. pork balls, mushrooms etc & not too much mee pok, just perfecto for me la…
the mee pok was qq, quite perfect (unlike the quite unacceptable soggy mee pok i had at seng kee yesterday).
the chilli sauce over taste was very good, just not spicy enuf, not enuf kick for me,i took some chilli paste from them but that was not enuf, so i added a bit of chilli padi without the fish sauce. they also have the garlic sauce like what they used for ramen in japan, but i quite ok without that.
they served a chashu men japanese ramen style (S$6/S$7) on weekends only. maybe i will come & try that 1 weekend. 🙂
today i tried the ter kah braised pork trotters.
the skin gelatinous part texture ok. the mushroom sauce taste not my preferred style.
i liked both the common styles the lor 鲁 type seved in most bakuteh & other trotter stalls, and also the vinegared trotters. both are more “pang”. this one the sauce is just the similar mushroom sauce for the bakchormee. & i feel the texture of the lean part is not as good.
Ah Hoe Mee Pok