28 Apr '18, 3am

Ah Tee Ko Ko Mee – Authentic Ko Ko Mee From Yesteryear! https://t.co/z3vev8lQ1R

Back in the day, when policemen wore shorts, many hawkers peddled their food from push carts. To inform customers that the noodle vendor had arrived, they would knock two bamboo sticks together, one larger than the other, to a rhythmic beat. The different types of noodles, such as fishball noodles and wanton mee, would have their own beats. Customers would then run out of their homes onto the streets, shouting “Ah Tee”, which means brother in Teochew, to catch up with the pushcarts and order their noodles.

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/ah-tee-ko-ko-mee/




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