after 祥源记Xiang Yuan Ji, we went in one car for our 2nd lunch at china street fritters at maxwell market on 19.7.2017. ^^
china street fritter proprietor, guo hua, is my OPS friend’s secondary schoolmate, so he frequent this stall often. 🙂
i think he charged us like S$6.10 for 6-7items, on the low side.
the items/selection was a bit limited.
the ngoh hiang were a tad drier. guo hua said that he made everything himself. so not like the central supplies with fat ngoh hiang…hmmm…actually i preferred the fat nogh hiang..
he has regular customers who ordered the food without having to park & he would just packet for them & bring to their car (the stall is near the road)…
beehoon was soft, al dente, i guess quite standard for such stalls.
what stood out for me at this stall was the brown sauce. usually ngoh hiang comes with a gluey pink sauce which i don’t like. here the sauce was dark brown & tasty. i finished all the sauce. lol! ^^
the nogh hiang was pretty ok & not pricey.
we were seated in front of this fish stall. it just happens that the stall holder was an army mate of our same OPS buddy, so he went to chat with him. such co-incidence.
guo hua said this stall fish soup very good, and during lunch hour, the queue is very long. he said many new stall holders bidded high for the stalls, but found it difficult to offer the same. so some packed up after a few months…that’s just the story of a market centre stall, isn’t it?
China Street Fritters
1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184