Do you agreed that hawker centre like
Chomp Chomp, Newton Hawker Centre & Bedok Blk 85 have good food?
In term of parking wise, Bedok Blk 85 is a better place with more parking lots available.
Currently Bedok Blk 85 hawker centre is undergoing some renovation works and will be ongoing until the fourth quarter of 2013. But fear not as the stalls have mostly been re-housed a short stroll away in a temporary makeshift structure, at block 84A, just off block 84.
Let me introduce to you the most famous Bah Chor Mee in Bedok 85! This nice minced pork noodles is now rehoused at the temporary makeshift structure at block 84A. You can't find the same type of noodles anywhere else on the island.
And one thing, please don’t make a fool of yourself and order a dry Bah Chor Mee with more chili!
This Bah Chor Mee is suppose to be in soup！They only served soupy bak chor mee so if you like dry one I afraid you have to go somewhere else. But trust me this is a nice soupy Bak Chor Mee and you will love it.
Temporary makeshift structure at Blk 84A, Bedok North St 4, Singapore Singapore 460084
(Formally at Blk 85A, Bedok North St 4, #01-50)
兴记肉脞面 and famously known as the no 7 stall at Fengshan Market & Food Centre is the first stall that sells Bak Chor Mee in the market
Be prepared to enjoy the superb QQ texture of the noodles. The finely grinded minced meat that blends extremely well with the soup and noodles. The finely minced pork that virtually melts in the mouth, unlike the coarse, stiff versions other vendors dish out.
Price: $2.50 onwards
Served in only soup style only, Xing Ji well-deserves its tag of whipping up Singapore's best minced pork noodles.
Beside the QQ noodles, I also like the meatballs and the dumplings in the soup! =)
Be it the thumbs up given on local food review television programmes like Channel U's Yummy King or newspaper reviews and the numerous prestigious awards Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian has won, the consensus is overwhelming. If only they have stall opposite my house and I can eat them everyday.