Current obsession: local delights, namely Chee Cheong Fun and Bak Chor Mee. Well, at least its cheap food. Hehe.. After my first taste of the Bak Chor Mee at Tiong Bahru, I wanted to head back again for the home-made meatballs. Dragged the Man down on Saturday only to learn that it’s closed! Hmpf! After a tip-off by a colleague, realised that it’s opened on Sundays, so dragged the Man down again. Hehe!Must look for this stall that’s run by a relatively young female hawker. 🙂 Meatballs are home-made and as you bite into one of them, you can actually taste the freshness and juiciness of the meat. I really enjoyed it but the Man didn’t think it was that great.
Ta-dah, brunch is served! Check out the amount of ingredients used for the dish. The serving of the noodles aren’t a lot which is perfect for me for I prefer less carbs and more ingredients. If you are the opposite of me, you could always add a dollar more for extra noodles.
Happiness in a bowl! S$3 for this delightful meal. Yum! 🙂