A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
For my first visit in many years, I wouldn’t be satisfied with just hokkien mee at Golden Mile Food Centre . I walked a few rounds and decid...
This would be my first time in many years to Golden Mile Hawker Centre but I think the timing was right as the food center just completed it...
the choon kee roast meats were good-roast pork char siew both good, roast duck ok..
Golden Mile Food Centre is close to many Singaporean hearts and stomachs.
Tried both the almond soup and peanut soup options and I liked them both.
I'll come back after the food centre is done with the renovations next year and try them again.
Came across the mention of 吃了吗 (#01-87 Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Road) and their affordable fresh steam fish meals.
Every component of the prawn noodles was good. The stock was thick, robust and balanced, full of crustacean flavour, umami and slightly sweet as per the Singaporean style prawn noodle stock.
neither YouFu nor Hainan cover their wok to briefly stew and simmer the ingredients and stock to more deeply infuse their umami sweet flavours into the noodles.
Actually, not a bad chicken rice and at this price point, one of the best in Singapore really.
There are a couple of prawn noodle stalls at Golden Mile Food Centre that I'd been meaning to try.
One Prawn Noodle - she used thinly-sliced shabu shabu meat for her pork; I wish more stalls would do that.
I think comparison have been made and I'm in agreement with the fact that Da Po's curry is more savoury compared to Heng Kee and Ah Heng.
Golden Mile Food Centre might be a bit under-rated compared to the more famous hawkers centres in Singapore like the food centres of Maxwell Road, Amoy Street and Tiong Bahru.
Adimann is one of the many stalls located in Golden Mile Food Centre. There is a variety of food and cuisines there, ranging from Western food to Peranakan food and Chinese desserts.
The udon is okay, noodles are done just right and they even bother to arrange it nicely.