Liking it more & more @ Ah Hoe Mee Pok on 3Feb2016

ah hoe bakchormee wed 11.15am

ah hoe meepok wed 11.15am

did my usual 10km run with my good friend at ulu pandan jogging track at faber heights this morning on 3.2.2016. ^^

after water, 100plus & coffee chat, was on the way home nearing 11am & decided to pop in at ah hoe mee pok.

i have tried the japanese father-daughter stall at blk 710 2 times already.

wanted to try the brother’s stall at blk 713. however they only open at 11.30am & i was at the stall at 11.07am.

back to blk 710 then! i like the meepok but i am not really into queueing or waiting for long periods unless with good friends/fellowship.

there was only 1 guy in front of me at blk 710 at 11.15am on a wed. suited me fine. 🙂

S$5 ah hoe bakchormee

S$5 ah hoe meepok

they had the teochew prawn version instead of mushroom sauce. i am a sticker of what i know. maybe wait for friends to tell me what that version taste like. so it’s the usual mushroom sauce “tai hwa”  bakchormee for me.

ah hoe bakchormee

S$5 ah hoe meepok

i am really getting to like this more & more.

very tasty noodles, and lots of ingredients.

ah hoe bakchormee wed 11.25am

ah hoe meepok wed 11.25am

took another photo after i sat down & having my noodles. 🙂

blk 710 coffeeshop 11.25am

blk 710 coffeeshop 11.25am

the coffeeshop was bright & airy. no crowd yet.

S$5 ah hoe bakchormee

S$5 ah hoe meepok

i am really enjoying this & sending friends photos on whatsapp.

c.h.e.f andy

Best Bakchormee @ Changi Airport T3 B2 Kopitiam on 2Jan2015

bakchormee @ changi airport T3 basement B2

bakchormee @ changi airport T3 basement B2

sent son to airport on 2.1.2015. he was back for 2 weeks short winter leave. 🙂

after checking in, i had also parked my car, there was a short time before immigration & boarding.

we went down to T3 basement 2 kopitiam food court & ordered a bakchormee at the lai heng fishball noodle stall.

for me, this is 1 of the best bakchormee. we had this many times before & it had always been good, no exception this time.

this the tai hwa crawford-style with mushroom sauce & lots of vinegar. it was very good, like as good as tai hwa’s. tasty, vinegar just right, good ingredients – liver & all. very satisfied.

it is different from the jalan tua kong meepok tar at 6th avenue, jalan tua kong lau lim @ bedok simpang, 132 marine terrace fishball noodles, but similar to ming fa @ upper thomson though that one has less vinegar.

c.h.e.f andy

Tai Hwa Bakchormee at Blk 466 Crawford Lane on 23Oct2014

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

S$5 tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

went to immigration checkpoint authority (ICA) to take passport size photo today.

i applied online for passport extension but my scanned photo for e-submission was rejected.  anyway it’s about time i took some current day photos. heard from b-i-l that the studios outside now charged S$22 for 8 (or maybe 12) photos, and better off for me just to go to ICA & pay S$5.50 for 4 photos. that’s what i did, and no hassle.

was planning to skip lunch as i have a kaiseki dinner at GOTO this evening. but since i already parked, and i have not been to this stall for the last maybe 10years and the time 11am looked promising, i decided to walk over to tai hwa bakchormee @ blk 466 crawford lane. this the original stall from hill street 1932.

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

i joined the queue at no.7. no one ordered like 5 bowls or packets, so i got my bakchormee in just over 15mins.

a very pleasant surprise. the stall proprietor was very polite & friendly, not the usual nazi chef! 🙂

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

S$5 tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

S$5 tai hwa bakchormee at blk 466 crawford lane

well, the  S$5 tai hwa bakchormee was good. 🙂

noodles were qq (al dente) and tasty mixed in the sauce. ingredients minced pork, pork balls, pig liver, soi kao (fish/meat dumpling) & tipoh were good. i thought this style bakchormee had mushroom sauce, but there was none, just the very nice vinegar, chilli sauce taste. very good. overall i think i like the bakchormee at ming fa bakchormee upper thomson a bit better. close fight anyway.

but after all these time, i think i now prefer the S$4 jalan tua kong meepok tar at 6th avenue. & don’t think i will wait 1/2 for this tai hwa bakchormee.

c.h.e.f andy