Friday, August 4, 2017

Guan's Mee Pok

There was this day when i sign up for a workshop at West Coast area and i was early, so i went to the nearby coffeeshop (this coffeeshop was a bit quite) for a cup of coffee.  Saw this Guan's Mee Pok, since i have eaten at that time, i thought i will come back again another time to try out.


Guan's Mee Pok is situated at Blk 713 Clementi West St. 2.  Was curious about Ah Hoe Mee Pok at 500 plus, West Coast, is it associate with Guan's Mee Pok, so i ask the lady who's doing the cooking and was told no.  She was quite friendly.


The first time, when i saw the stall, saw the price was $5, i was at that time thinking, coffeeshop level, why they sell it at $5.  Now i know.  The bowl of $5 Guan's Mee Pok comes with minced mee, half tamago egg, one stick of chicken yakitori, fish maw, fried fishball, dumpling.


I  had mee kia as i prefer mee kia over mee pok


Comes with a bowl of soup

They are closed on Wednesday, opening hours are from 7am to 2.30pm.

20 comments:

  1. Fusion food, fusion price... lol

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  2. wow, such a 'luxurious' mee pok! so much stuff in it!

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    1. First time try out this type of mee pok, hehe...

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  3. I miss Singapore mee pok - not the same, the ones here. What we have is just flat kampua mee. :(

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  4. That is different from ours over here. Usually mee pok in kolo mee or fried mee pok. Yours are with interesting ingredients.

    I seldom take mee pok. Prefer mee kia too.

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  5. The mee pok got a lot of liew. Worth it.

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  6. Such a nice meal. I am excited to go to Singapore after seeing all your yummy food!

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    1. Right here waiting for you to come Singapore...

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    2. Sounds like that Richard Marx song 'Right here waiting.." :P

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  7. Mee pok and mee kia, both are new to me. Both look yummy!

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  8. I am curious about this Guan's Mee Pok as I had not seen this dish in Malaysia. Singapore has so many types of new and delicious dishes.

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    1. Give it a try the next round u come Singapore...

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  9. Oh, what is mee pok... hahaha.. first time hearing it.. must try one day!

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    1. If i got eat mee pok, i take picture and show you, hehe...

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