Monday, December 21, 2015

Ah Hoe Mee Pok


(1) I ever blog about the Minced Pork Mee Pok at Clementi West St. 2 Blk 710 whereby a Japanese guy selling Mee Pok.  This round, i was at the stall at Blk 501 West Coast Drive, from what i understand, the Japanese guy started a Japanese stall at the same coffeshop with Ah Hoe Mee Pok.  He learnt the skill of cooking Mee Pok from Ah Hoe Mee Pok, then closed his Japanese stall and started his own stall selling Mee Pok at Blk 710 Clementi West St. 2.


(2) Minced Pork Mee Kia at $4

24 comments:

  1. I love Singapore mee pok! @4 is so cheap, got prawns some more.

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    1. This stall there's queue, got to be patient if want to eat at this stall...

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  2. I had Mee Pok once... did not like the texture unfortunately, probably had that at a wrong stall :(

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  3. I feel like eating one bowl now.. no breakfast yet for me so far...

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    1. Guess by now, u already had your lunch, hehe...

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  4. Japanese guy selling mee pok?? So this is the sifu's stall? Really so good ah??

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    1. The one at Blk 710 is sell by a Japanese guy and his daughter, saw newspaper sometimes back, the wife and son opened another stall at another block some distance away...

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  5. Wow...have a big prawn inside the noodles. Wish to have some greens to go as well.

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    1. I ordered this bowl have a prawn, they have another which is mushroom and no prawn...

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  6. ooh, a Japanese selling mee pok, that is something interesting.. so how do you find his mee pok?? can fight with the authentic Singaporean taste?? :)

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    1. This stall at Blk 500 plus is sold by a chinese couple, Japanese selling mee pok is at Blk 701...

      I like the mee pok, but must have patient in waiting for it, as from what i ever read from the newspaper before, the mee pok, they boil for, can't remember how long, they have timing for it...

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  7. That's interesting, a Japanese guy selling mee pok :) So, good or not?

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  8. Must take me to try next time!

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    1. Let me know, when you coming, take you there...

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  9. That Japanese fellow very clever and enterprising. Selling mee pok must make more money than him selling Japanese food!!

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    1. From what i read from the newspaper, the Japanese food business not that good...

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  10. 我也很喜欢吃!念念不忘的呢!>_<

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    1. Next round you come Singapore, time permits, bring you go eat...

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  11. Looks so good, got big prawn some more

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