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Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

The hubby brought us to eat the famous bah chor mee (minced pork noodles) at Crawford Lane. When we reached at 9.50am, there was already a queue of 6-7 people. Little did we know the amount of time it took to get our orders.


You can choose to order $5, $6, $8 or $10 portion for your bah chor mee. But I seriously wonder what is in the $10 bcm? haha.. Huge bowl of noodles?


The shop pasted photos from the past when they were located in Hill Street on the wall. There is also a news article on the wall too.



It took 50 minutes to be in the front of the queue. And while the cook is still busy with other side orders (orders from regulars, customers who ordered and gotten their food but placed another order for seconds), we stood there looking silly, thinking that it was finally our turn.


One hour of queue, we finally got our orders. $6 bah chor mee. It really is tasty. Chewy noodles and the ingredients are quite alot. There are a few pieces of dried salted fish, 2 meat balls, 2 meat dumplings, some pork liver and minced pork.


I think once is enough for me, unless I have alot of time to queue. The food is great, but the amount of time, I don't think I would want to go through this process again. The queue didn't move, the numbers of "orders insertions". Nah..

You should try it once. But go on a day when you are very free and in a patient mood :)


Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles
http://www.taihwa.com.sg/
Block 466 Crawford Lane #01-12 Singapore 190465


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