Monday, August 09, 2010

Effing Lard-Rich Hokkien Mee

Rainy morning. Makan buddy. Taxi. Work. Lunch. Ewan recommended me this stall in Toa Payoh.


This Hokkien Mee ($4 for medium size) is seriously not for the faint-hearted. It was chock-full of pork lard! This gave this noodle dish a very pleasantly robust taste and not to mention an alluring aroma. The noodles were soft, nicely moist and really tasty, being cooked with a stock that was infused with seafood flavour. A squeeze of lime perked up the dish a notch further.

I enjoyed the pieces of lard with their crispy edges. Scarily, it was so shiok lah!


Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee
Blk 127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#02-27 Market & Food Centre
Tel: 6251 8542
Opens: 9.30am – 9pm
Closed: Mondays

Chew On This: Who seriously needs prawns and squid here?

7 comments:

Momo said...

I remembered this stall from long ago! This stall has very robust flavour, not easily forgotten. Thanks for reminding me of it :-)

The Hungry Cow said...

Momo: Talk about remember...I can still remember the glorious feeling of biting into the crispy bits of lard mixed into the mee. :P~~~

Ivan said...

Sorry about this, but just a reminder that the Annual Food Bloggers Dinner 2010 is happening soon and I'd like to invite you to sign up for it.

Details (and sign up) can be found here: http://food.recentrunes.com/?p=7231

Or you can email me directly at ng_ivan@yahoo.com

Your support will be appreciated!

The Hungry Cow said...

Ivan: Hmm...think I have already signed up and opted for veal, no?

Singaporefoodlover said...

will try this one out, looks great

Mikelogy said...

Last time I will eat once a week of it =D Been eating that since young ~

The Hungry Cow said...

Singaporefoodlover: Hope you like it too!

Mikelogy: Wah. Looks like I have lots of catching up to do. Moohaha. Kiddingggg. Must have been a good childhood!