Secrete Place

All right. For the foodies out there. I'll let you into a little secrete in which I've been keeping for a long time. In fact, they make really go zhi char and surprisingly not a lot of people know about them. This place which I use to eat as kid without fail, when I visit my grandparents. Intriguing?

Fried Hor Fun

One word. Best Hor Fun in Singapore. I dare challenge you to try it. The kway tiao they use is the thinner variety and the whole plate is piled with large slides and fish, sliced pork, prawns and vegetables. The gravy is so good that one can drink it, as it is, after the meal and still wanting more. I can't really put a thumb on what makes this an excellent dish. The smooth and silky hor fun? The fried pig lard? The thick gravy? Maybe its all these that makes this dish so good that its beyond words.

Fried Shen Mian

The Shen Mian is similar to the Hor Fun. Only difference is that instead of hor fun, the use of noodles being deep fried to crisp are present in this dish. In fact, the noodles in the shen mian here is thinner than other stalls. This makes the shen mian able to quickly suck all the sauce into the noodles making it flavourful, but still retaining the crispy texture and not turning soggy. The sian mian is deep fried to perfection without being burn in the edges unlike other stalls I've try.

Beautiful Pearls in the culinary world.

One may strongly state that pork lard is so harmful to eat that it is a sin to the body. Well I beg to differ. If one doesn't consume it often. One can still enjoy the pleasures of living to eat, compared to eat to live.

The fried pork lards here are the best I've tried. No fight at all. Often the fried pork lards are deep fried too long making it too dried, too hard or the worst of all charred black. Some are chopped up too small bits to even enjoy munching into it. Some have bits of flesh which in my perspective, isn't good eats. As the flesh would be too dry and hard, disrupting the soft texture of the lard bits. The lard bits here are bites sizes, crackle when bite into and has a smooth fatty interior of lard that just melts away. Simply the best.

Menu very affordable.

With all the food courts sprouting, stalls like this will soon disappear.

The stall has no sign board so you would have to rely on this google map for the place. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do.

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