Sunday, January 28, 2018

Teo Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodle : Braised Pork Ribs, a must-try

It is difficult to miss this stall as you can see the long queue from afar. This stall has the longest queue amongst the other popular stalls in this food centre and they usually sold out by 1.30 pm or earlier. I was there at about 1 pm, the Mushroom Minced Pork Noodle ($3/$4) has already sold out at that time. I went with the smaller portion of Pork Ribs Noodle at $3.50, the larger portion is available at $4.50. I added a braised egg for $0.50 and braised chicken wings for $1.00. There are also Chicken Feet Noodle ($3/$4), Chicken Wing Noodle ($3/$4) and also Dumpling Soup ($3/$4) on the menu. You could choose between the dry and the soup version.

The Uncle, while cooking, looked up occasionally when he recognized some of his regular customers. He asked one of them, said, "You have not been here for a while."

The mee pok though nicely cooked, it did not have much sauce underneath the pile of noodles thus it was a bit dry. The chilli has a very slight spiciness and it did not enhance the flavor much, it was also garnished with fried shallots.

It was served separately, the noodles by itself and the rest on the plate. Their pork ribs are the must-try, it is the usual favorite of their regular customers that got them to queue up for. It was nicely braised to the desired softness with a slight sweetness. The braised chicken wings were pretty flavorful too, it reminded me of the braised chicken wings that I had at Bing Kee, an open-air food stall that is known as dai pang tong in Hong Kong. 

Block 137 Tampines Street 11 #01-05 Tampines Round Market & Food Centre SINGAPORE 521137
Operating Hours: 6.00 am to 2.00 pm (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)

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