Monday, 23 April 2012

Malaysia Peddler Sidewalk 大马路边摊 (Yishun)

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Malaysia Peddler Sidewalk 大马路边摊 specialises in serving authentic Malaysian noodles such as Tuk Tuk Mee (Wanton Noodle), Curry Laksa, Ipoh Hor Fun and Bak Chor Mee. Today, they have six outlets in Singapore.
Minced Meat Noodle $3.00 (dry)
Minced Meat Noodle $3.00 (dry)
Minced Meat Noodles also known as Bak Chor Mee. This is Bak Chor Mee follows the Malaysian style where black sauce is used. The Mee Kia was overcooked. As a result the noodles were not springy and were very soft. It was saved by the aromatic black sauce which they made themselves. But still the noodle was overcook which was an impression that stuck to me. A generous amount of minced meat and liver was given. However, the liver was overcooked. (Another negative factor..) Other ingredients include meat slices, fried shallot, spring onions and meat ball. What a pity, if only the noodle and the liver were cooked properly, with their black sauce, it would have been delicious.
Penang Prawn Noodle $3.50
Two type of chilli provided. One sambal chilli and the other is chilli powder.
Penang Prawn Noodle $3.50

Chilli Powder
Add the chilli powder should you prefer the prawn noodle to be more spicy.

The Penang Prawn Noodle was average. Prawns were firm and fresh. However, the prawn broth was too light. It was not tasty enough and I felt that the essence of the prawn flavour was not brought out fully.  In addition, yellow noodle and thin bee hoon (幼米粉) did not complement each other well as they were of different size. Comparing this to Zhen Zi Prawn Noodle, this pales in comparison. Zhen Zi Prawn Noodle was  so much better. If you like your prawn soup to be light in terms of flavour and taste, then this will be suitable for you.
Ipoh Hor Fun $3.50
Ipoh Hor Fun $3.50
My 3rd dish, the Ipoh Hor Fan did not disappoint! I was surprised, this was fantastic! The key in this dish is the gravy. The gravy was perfect. Made of mushroom sauce, oyster sauce and other ingredients, it was not salty nor was it thick. In addition, it was flavourful and tasty. Make sure you mix it well with the flat rice noodle (hor fan). Coupled with the fresh ingredients, this was definitely the best dish! Furthermore, the mushrooms were succulent and had adsorbed the gravy! 

Well, that marks my visit to Malaysia Peddler Sidewalk 大马路边摊 at Yishun. It is quite obvious which is the dish I like. Their other outlets are located at Suntec, Tampines Mall, Tampines Mart, V-Hotel and Greenwich. 

Malaysia Peddler Sidewalk 大马路边摊 (Yishun)
Blk 233 Yishun Street 21
Tel: 6853 9555
Opening Hours: Daily 7am to 10pm
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9 comments:

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    1. yes it was. they make it themselves!

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  2. Shall try it. I am not too far from Yishun ;D

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    1. oh you come to Singapore too? Then Yishun is very near! There is a direct bus from Malaysia to Yishun Interchange.

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    2. From Yishun interchange, you can take bus 804. It is about 2 stops.

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  3. Among all the different types of food from anywhere, I will not compromise anything for the best of Malaysian food. I simply love all the Chinese, Malay and Indian food from Malaysia and whenever I travel to Western country, I miss so much of my local food.

    The chilly powder looks fantastic and my, saliva dripping down now.

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    1. wow, everyone who has commented is eyeing the chilli powder. Looks like they can sell them in bottles soon.

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  4. i love the spicy chilli powder. it must be really good with the noodles :)

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