This place almost needs no introduction for most would know of Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle (Bak Chor Mee) simply because of its fame. Upon our return from St Anton, I was craving for some local food and was going to head for the passable chicken rice at the food court near the office. Thank goodness a text message from the Man saved my tummy and the day. It was a toss between Beo Crescent’s curry rice or any local delight of my choice. So I chose Bak Chor Mee, particularly the stall at Hill Street.
The wait wasn’t as painful as most warned me. We took turns and waited in line (simply because the Man was greedy and ordered Fish and Chips from the Western stall which actually turned out pretty good). Ordered the $5 serving and was pleased that they had other offerings of noodles besides the springy yellow noodles.
The serving of Pork Noodles (mine with Mee Tai Mak) clearly hit the sweet spot with the right amount of chilli and vinegar just the way I like it. Craving for local delights satisfied as I headed back to work feeling stuffed and pleased. 🙂