Whenever someone asks me to recommend a ban mian; without hesitation, I will immediately recommend them to try China Whampoa Home Made Noodles. I might be bias since I have eaten from this stall since I was young, but you definitely got to try it to know what I mean. Everything from the hand made noodles, to the use of mani chye for that additional sweetness down to the sambal chilli makes this bowl a comforting yet memorable ban mian. And if you are not aware, this is my number 1 ban mian in Singapore.
China Whampoa Home Made Noodles
Address: 91, Whampoa Drive, Whampoa Makan Place, Unit 01-24, Singapore 320091
Burger 16: Mr Go's
Indian-style mutton, Zany Zeus yoghurt and herb marinade, piko piko salsa and green chilli sambal in a rewena-style bao, with lamb fat fried chips
Matched w Garage Project - Electric Dry Hop Acid Test
$20, with beer $29
Great three-way marriage between 🇮🇳 Indo-Asian spices 🇸🇬, traditional Matariki festival ingredients and a hint of the Old World 🇬🇧 roast lamb potato fries 🥔. Pull-apart mutton soft enough to use a 🥄 spoon with a delicious meaty crust on the outside, slathered with a dollop of herbed yoghurt all sitting on top of crunchy pikopiko pieces in a green curry. Get all the flavours into each bite as each is strong and dominating. Green curry pairs best with beer: grab the @garageproject Dry Hop sour to really make this meal pop. Chips remind me of Mum's old-fashioned roasted vegetables.
7/10, great for those who like lamb and/or want a bit of Indian kick in their burger. Watch out for the busy lunch rush and dinner at Wellington's best hawker food restaurant, and book ahead. If burger's aren't your thing, check out their @wellyonaplate dish single noodle mushroom broth & oyster noodle soup.
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#charkuayteow is a dish that is really hard to get right outside of Northern #Malaysia (namely Perlis, Kedah and Penang). The ones I've ordered internationally, or even in other parts of Malaysia have been either slightly off or huge disappointments. The #wokhei (smoky flava) is an important element, so is the hint of fragrant chilli, the slight moistness of the rice noodles due to the right timing of cracking the egg into the wok etc. A 'sometimes' dish that is so iconic to Malaysian cuisine.
This right here is C O M F O R T. I really love the fish noodle shop at the Batu Lancang market and there are days when I just crave porridge (this porridge is soup and rice) with fried fish. But I'm always at the market too early and the stall only opens at 12.30pm so there have been a lot of times that I've had to suck up the disappointment. For once, I had a stroke of luck and they opened at 12pm so here it is! They have fried fish and fresh fish served with porridge, thick vermicelli or thin vermicelli and a lot of other stuff on the menu but these are the best. What I like about it is the tinge of ginger you get in the broth together with the generous flavour of coriander and spring onions. It's really hearty and filling and makes you happy inside. 10/10 recommend. Just a couple stalls down from the famous ham chin peng and opposite the famous pasembur. I love this market
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