Monday, February 9, 2015

Ah Hoe Mee Pok


Read about this Mee Pok stall from the newspaper above


It's not far from my place, so went to try it out. The guy selling the Minced Meat Mee Pok is a Japanese guy, helping him out is his daughter who's helping to take order while he's doing the cooking.


Minced Meat Mee Pok @ $3.50


The chilli sauce

This stall is located inside a coffeeshop in Blk 710 Clementi West st. 2.

30 comments:

  1. Ooohh Japanese selling mee pok, and the queue is long.. The noodles must be good.. I see lots of meat and a prawn, not bad..

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    1. First time i try out his mee pok and the way he cook the mee pok, better than some places that i ate before...

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  2. I love Singapore mee pok, anytime better than wanton mee.

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  3. I do order Mee Pok (also known as Thick Wanton Mee in Pg) sometimes, though not too frequently

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    1. Now i learn something, Thick Wanton Mee as in Penang...

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  4. i see a queue there.. you ate that, so??? how does it taste?? is it as good as what's being written in the paper??

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    1. Lucky the queue is not super long, if not i don't think i will have the patient to queue...

      No regrets eating there, the mee pok is better than some places that i eat before...

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  5. It looks quite good. I wish I can have a bowl :)

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    1. It is good... Come, come over here to try... :)

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  6. Mee Pok with big prawn? nice ^o^
    The chili sauce look different~

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    1. Not really very big... But the chilli sauce, first time i came across this type to go with mee pok...

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  7. Wah, what a novelty. Japanese guy helping out his wife there. ;)

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  8. The minced meat mee pok looks nice, plenty of ingredient and I think its cheap @ 3.50. That chili sauce is something special. At first glance I thought it was soup.

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    1. It's nice... First time i came across this chili sauce to goes with mee pok...

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  9. It looks good but I don't like mee pok due to it's texture.

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    1. I prefer mee kia to mee pok, but his only mee pok...

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  10. Interesting. A Japanese selling mee pok. Do not look like Japanese style to me. Haha

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    1. Of course not Japanese style lah, as from the newspaper report, he learn it from another guy...

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  11. wahhh.. got Q means the food must be good leh!!

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  12. 我喜欢吃面薄!好吃好吃!:D

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  13. Ah .... mee pok! I only heard about it when I came to Singapore.

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  14. Oh a Japanese guy? He speaks Japanese only?

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    1. Yes, he's a Japanese guy, he's cooking, his wife is taking order, speaking english...

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