This is one of the few stalls serving the soup-style Bak Chor Mee at 85 Feng Shan Food Centre. There are other popular stalls in the same fo...
Jie Wei still serves his great grandfather's original "father of Singapore bak chor mee" version.
This is a simplified version of Bak Chor Mee with just a portion of thin egg noodles with minced pok and meatballs served in the lightly flavored pork broth. It is just no-frills comfort food.
The mee tai mak was still bouncy, and was fully infused with flavour. The earthy and qq mushrooms, minced meat, chives, tau gay and fried egg added more layers of textures and flavours. There was apparently minced prawn and chai por in there too. Very interesting.
the thing that surprised me the most was this vegetarian bee hoon shop called Meow Xiang at stall 58.
The authenticity of traditional Teochew Cuisine in the heartlands is something I'm looking forward to. There are still quite a number of dishes that I would like to try like their Oysters Omelette as well as their Steamed Pomfret. To be honest, I will like to be back there again soon.
Traditional Teochew cuisine done with finesse, served at reasonable prices with friendly service and in a pleasant environment.
On the whole, the meal at Chin Lee Restaurant was enjoyable. We would agree that it is one of the best Teochew restaurant in the Eastern part of Singapore.
There is no lack of good hawker stalls in Blk 216 such as Chris Kway Chap and Sin Ho, and Prawn & Mee is worth trying if you are craving for prawn noodles.
While I wouldn’t say it’s the best prawn noodles I’ve had, I would say its worth a try.
The noodles at Prawn & Mee might come across as ordinary and basic, but give this store a chance and you’ll be in for a huge surprise.
Pasar 216 Bedok Central hawker centre is off the tourist belt in a mature public housing area but it has many excellent food stalls - more than many famous, higher media profile hawker centres.
Han Kee Fish Soup is not the first stall to offer such a combination, and I’m more than glad that there is such a combination because white rice with braised sauce and sides will never go wrong.
Food at Nangfa Thai Kitchen is predominantly Thai cuisine, featuring some of the most beloved Thai dishes. Expect bold flavours and consistently well executed dishes.
Ambience at Nangfa Thai Kitchen is casual and relaxed.
Chris Kway Chap, one of the popular Stalls to fix your craving.
I am with Chris Kway Chap's many fans - this kway chap is nice.
There are quite a few well-rated Kway Chap stalls around the island, and in Bedok, Chris is definitely the one I would recommend to try.
Yes, sometimes media hype brings me to places to eat. That, combined with HK Wonton Noodles made me want to try Chef Kin. I went to the Bedok branch which was in a coffee shop opposite the Market. …
If not for the long queue, Chef Kin Wanton Noodle is a close alternative to restaurant standards, at a fraction of restaurant pricing which explains the popularity. Drop by if you are prepared to queue, for the love of wanton noodles.
Hon Ni Kitchen also offers a variety of side dishes such as stir fried long bean, fried bean curd, eggs and more. All of these are equally delicious and go wonderfully with the nasi lemak.
Hon Ni Kitchen is not a big fame, high media profile stall but their nasi lemak ticks all the right boxes for an excellent rendition of the dish. Prices are very wallet friendly too.