Friday, 16 September 2011

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle (BCM)

The owner of Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle Mr Tang Chay Seng recently lost a lawsuit. He sued his nephew, Mr Arthur Tung Yang for trying to pass off his noodles (VivoCity stall) as the one being linked to Hill Street. 

I have eaten the Bak Chor Mee (BCM) (which means minced pork noodles) here since 2006. The standard has not dropped, but price has increased to ($4,$5,$6)
One and only Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
The man whipping up the noodles
The queue
For good food, you will not mind waiting. The queue stretches all the way out of the coffee shop! It will be at least a good 30minutes.
BCM dry with chili $5 (medium)
My BCM, mee pok (broad noodles) version. Springy mee pok, seaweed, pork slices, liver, dumplings and a piece of dried crispy fish. Felt that the mee pok was a bit hard, not sure if it is supplier issue or cooking duration issue. The piece of dry cripsy fish add an extra punch into the taste of this BCM. Wish that more was given! Black vinegar was added in too. No idea why their back vinegar taste so much better and really intensify the oomph factor into the taste department.Wonder how they mix all the sauce together and what sauce they use.
Mixed Soup $5
Order the mixed soup. Pork slices, Liver, meatballs, dumplings and seaweed! So tasty! I can practically drink the whole bowl of soup.. every single drop. 

This is certainty my favorite/best BCM in Singapore. Worth the money. Quality food.

Its just a stone throw away from Lavendar MRT station, behind ICA. If only I live near Lavendar. Be prepared to queue at least 30 to 45 mins during lunch hour from Monday to Saturday. As for dinner time, I been there once the queue was much shorter about 15 minutes wait only! This is a die die must try BCM especially if you love BCM. I will certainty be returning for more. Hopefully the standard do not drop. =)

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Block 466 Crawford Lane
#01-12 Tai Hwa Eating House
Tel 6292-7477
Open from 9.30am to 9pm; closed on the first and third Monday of each month

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