Both of them more more tame than I was expecting; they were slightly sweet, and were neither as earthy as I had hoped they would be. The chili kept things refreshing though, and I'm glad that I opted for the side of begedil too. But I'm not going to get cravings for this place.
This stall at Bedok Interchange (208B New Upper Changi Road #01-64) commanded a pretty long line at lunchtime today.
Delicious Fried Carrot Cake Stripes, an old school delight and this stall in Bedok is one of the most popular stalls for a quick post-meal snack.
Very nice, and complementing the well cooked bee hoon that had a bit of bite and was drained well and not watery. The ingredients were meagre though tasty – spongy tau pok, surprisingly tender cuttlefish, tiny hum and crunchy kang kong.
The curry was lemak and sweet, packing quite a lot of spice and heat. The chicken was tender and sweet as well. The tau pok was soft and spongy, retaining some bite, and soaking up the curry nicely.
Not just your neighbourhood chicken rice stall, Pin Xiang packs some really good chicken!
The overall flavour and combination of the ingredients here is very good, though I am also really curious how the curry itself will go with prata.
Though there were some misses, they still serve up a pretty decent bowl of noodles at relatively affordable prices.
So, does Hock Hai deserve to be awarded a Michelin’s Bib Gourmand? I’m raising both of my hands up in agreement!
In spite of the fact that quite a number of family members are involved in the operations of this stall, Inspirasi has no intention to expand.
Known for its noodle bowls that brim with ingredients, it offers Curry Chicken Noodles at generous portions.
Pin Xiang is famous for their fried chicken but I am a poached chicken devotee. I must say, thanks to Pin Xiang, I am a fried chicken convert now.
If you are in Bedok and craving a comforting tasty bowl of noodles, it will be satiated at Yong Hwa Delights.