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Sunday, October 12, 2014


Tucked at the corner of the food center, you can find this stall name Chinatown. Being convinced by the articles, I took up the so called top ten "Ba Chor mee" (Minced Meat Noodle) also partially because of their homemade meat ball.

The preparations were pretty interesting whereby the stall owner were seen dancing in rhythm as he scoops different kinds of sauce into the bowl. My bowl were loaded with handful of minced meat, livers, lean meat and their homemade meat balls, topped with braised mushrooms, fried onions and spring onions. Portion was decent and taste was rather average to me.

Ba Chor Mee - $3
While the prawn noodles / Kway Teow looked more than ordinary with the basic ingredients like kang gong, lean meat, prawns and fish cakes.

Prawn Noodle - $3
It still beats me over their so called Top Ten Ba Chor Mee. Overall, the standards are ordinary and those who want to skip the queues over peak hours may want to try them as an option.

Rating: 3 / 5

Location: Pasir Panjang Food Center, 121 Pasir Panjang, #33 Singapore 118543

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