Saturday, April 12, 2008

Hill Street Tai Hwa Minced Meat Noodles


A friend of mine who knew that I dislike vinegar commented, "How can mee pok taste good without vinegar?" Indeed, as far as I can recall, I have never found a mee pok tah (dry mee pok) that tasted fantastic without vinegar. Until I tried Hill Street Tai Hwa minced meat noodles yesterday.


A bowl of minced meat mee pok tah which costs $4 appears rather unappealing. Only after sinking my teeth into the mediocre noodles did I realize that appearance can be deceiving. Extraordinarily well-cooked with a special springy consistency, the delicious noodles are well-complemented with savory chilli sauce that is exceptionally flavorful. Enjoy the mouthwatering noodles topped with generous servings of tasty minced meat, pork slices, pig's liver and meat balls.

Compared with Jalan Tua Kong mee pok, Hill Street Tai Hwa mee pok is certainly more sumptuous. It is indeed one of the best mee pok tah I have tasted in Singapore.

8/10

Hill Street Tai Hwa Minced Meat Noodles
Block 466 Crawford Lane
#01-12 Singapore 190465

3 comments:

Nic (KHKL) said...

this is indeed one of the best bak chor mee i had...the vinegar taste is just nice...the noodle's kinda springy too...fantastic!

Anonymous said...

I liked this mee pok since its days in the open air foodcourt at marina square. But dunno y i find its standard dropped since it moved to crawford lane...maybe its juz me

Anonymous said...

you should try the bcm at rochor centre good time cofeeshop - jin xi lai

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