Checking out: Tiong Bahru Bak Chor Mee

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!IMG_3273Must 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.

IMG_3274Ta-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.

IMG_3275Happiness in a bowl!  S$3 for this delightful meal.  Yum!  🙂


2 thoughts on “Checking out: Tiong Bahru Bak Chor Mee

  1. Mr fever says:

    The young femal hawker is no longer running that stall and the bak chor Mee taste slightly different by the new team. Any idea where has this young female hawker moved to?

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