Brought my favourite boy in the world out to play because it was school holidays! We had such a good time bouldering – desperately trying to hold on to rocks and just laughing our heads off. Did you know there’s a bouldering place in the same building as Loysel’s Toy?? Pretty cool.
And this famous Bak Chor Mee is very near Loysel’s too!!! Now you know where to get a savoury fix before your coffee break. It’s also really near ICA building. Coming to collect your passport is probably less of a chore now that you know!
So how is it? It’s so good. Baby usually doesn’t eat this, but he glanced and it and asked for a bite. Before proceeding to down lots of water to combat the chilli.
Everything about this bowl was so good!!! The noodles were QQ and springy, done al dente and without any of that nasty alkaline taste you find on some noodles. The sauce was a toss up of black vinegar, chilli and chilli oil and they are generous with that stuff. Some might find it slightly sour I think, but I dig it. And the pork! Sliced pork, minced meat and pork liver were all so nicely marinated. Liver was so yums, softest I’ve ever tasted cos it isn’t overcooked. Topped with fish sole! I like fish sole and its crunch. Man, even the soup was good I polished it off.
Comes in $4, $5, and $6. Mine’s the $4 one. $5 gets you wantons as well and a bigger portion. Mee kia/ bak chor kway teow looked good too!
Heard the Western stall right next to it serves up some pretty good Western fare too.
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Block 466 Crawford Lane #01-12 Singapore 190465
Opening hours: 9.30am – 9pm, Closed on every 1st & 3rd Monday
Looking for dessert? Right next to the pork noodles. This is a place that sells interesting swiss rolls and for really affordable prices as well!
Photos don’t look nice but wow I felt like buying all the rolls…. The flavours are so interesting and each one is so pretty! And for around $2 a piece only :O
There are flavours like strawberry mango pudding, coffee walnut and yam etc.
Here’s the array of pastries they have. Fruit tarts, tiramisu and various rolls! Tarts looked good but I didn’t have the means to carry them around, so maybe I’ll try them another time.
Mango and Peach Swiss Roll ($1.20). Sponge cake was soft, light and very fragrant! The fresh cream was good too. Not of Flor quality, but better than most common bakeries and stuff. Chunks of mango and peach in it too mmm.
Durian Swiss Roll ($1.40). Where can you find durian desserts for such prices??? The cake was just as moist and tasty, and there was this thick layer of durian sandwiched between those layers. Very yummy.
Blk 465 Crawford Lane #01-08
11am – 8pm daily