went with wife to togoyo at CT Hub kallang avenue on 21.2.2016. bought some gardening & household stuff. ^^
came here with my primary school classmate earlier in the week. 🙂
this stall 六十年代fishball noodles i never tried before.
the photo really evokes nostalgia la. ^^
my friend pointed out the space in front of 大中国 tai chong kok in sago lane.
his dad used to run a stall there selling 烧腊char siew, siew yoke & roast duck. 🙂
pricing quite ok i guess, more ex than hawker stalls but equal or cheaper than food courts.
there was 2 fishballs. 1 meatball, minced pork, some fish cake. you add your own la pok (deep-fried lard cubes), spring onions, birdeye chilli etc.
a friend on facebook commented it looked so good. unfortunately it was ok but not that good. chilli had no kick (better after adding some birdeye chilli), not enuf vinegar i think. noodles was qq, and la pok was flavourful if slightly soft (lau hong).
it was passable la & at S$4 better than many at food courts.
but for good tecochew fishball noodles, i point my friend to jalan tua kong meepok at 6th avenue.
& for a very good bakchormee that also lacking kick in chilli & vinegar but very tasty, ah hoe mee pok.
the S$5 fried hokkien mee was very good, tasty.
i think i am going to try making fried hokkien noodles myself la… 🙂