13 Nov '16, 4pm

Need to check out there supposedly 5 best bak chor mee stalls in Singapore

Need to check out there supposedly 5 best bak chor mee stalls in Singapore

Reccomended by Tan Hsueh Yun When people think of dishes that best represent Singapore, most would probably name chicken rice, laksa and chilli crab. I would like to nominate the humble minced pork noodles. It can be found everywhere in hawker centres, coffee shops and food courts, but a good one is hard to find. That is because it takes skill to get the texture of the noodles just right, to properly balance the condiments that make up the sauce and to cook the pork perfectly. MacPherson Minced Meat Noodles, in a coffee shop at the corner of Serangoon Road and Opal Crescent, gets it all right. I am late to the game. My friends have been going for years but after checking it out, it has been difficult not to plot a visit there when I'm in the neighbourhood. Singaporeans are equal opportunity eaters who are as comfortable in a humble coffee shop as they are in a high-end res...

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