Thursday, November 28, 2013

Xiang Xiang

I was here for a late lunch at about 4.30 pm. Some of the stalls have already closed thus left a rather limited choices. I was excited when i spotted this famous fishball noodle stall. The aunties were seated at the table right in front of stall and chit-chatting there. I approached one of them to order for a bowl of dry kway teow with extra chilli added. I pointed to a table right at the corner when asked where would i be sitting.

There is a signage displayed in front of stall stating 'Add Noodle No Additional Cost' (加面不另收费). This is my first time to come across such a stall. Such an effort is definitely commendable. This is the kind of hawker stall that truly deserved our respect and support.

The kway teow and soup were served to my table in less than 5 minutes. It was quite a big bowl of kway teow for just $3. It was topped with a generous serving of bean sprouts to give it the desired texture.

I mixed the kway teow and beansprouts with the sauce underneath. Though extra amount of chilli was added but level of spiciness was rather well-balanced.

The cooking of the kway teow was handled perfectly without compromising its texture.  The taste of the soup was pretty light but further enhanced bya handful of chopped spring onion.

There was a total of 5 pieces of fishballs in the soup. The handmade fishballs have got a noticeable bounciness in their texture and slightly bigger in size. It tasted fresh and delightfully tasty.

This stall is the right choice for a good value meal.

Block 104/105 Yishun Ring Road #01-177 Chong Pang Food Centre SINGAPORE 760104.

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