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Introduction
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle opened in the 1930s and moved to Tai Hwa Eating House for 12 years since 2005. Now, the second generation of the family is take over the business continue reading
Awards and Titles
Michelin 1 Starred Restaurant (2017)
Opening Hours
Today
09:30 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
09:30 - 21:00
1st,3rd Mon of every month
Closed
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Michelin Guide
Signature Dishes
Bak Chor Mee Soup Pork Ball Soup Dry Bak Chor Mee Seaweed Soup
Review (33)
Level4 2017-04-19
421 views
The queue was pretty short when I dropped by. It was just a 15 minutes wait. Maybe because the regulars knew that the staffs were going for 15-minutes lunch break soon at 2.30pm. I was lucky to be the second last order to be made before the break.Orders that cannot be completed by 2.30pm would be given a queue number.The serving looked a tab small for S$10 and served with a bowl of seaweed soup. I was not full after finishing it and seem to be lacking of the wow factor. The sauce was a tab bland although not too vinegary. Like that the pig's liver was cooked just right - tender. There's lots of pieces of crispy flat fish in it. continue reading
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Level1 2016-06-18
208 views
I walk very far to eat noodle. But the que management is very bad, more than 1.30 hours to wait.More than 20 minutes cooking for 1 person. OMG! continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-23
209 views
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/10/23/tai-hwa-bakchormee-at-blk-466-crawford-lane-on-23oct2014/was at ICA for some errands. decided to walk over to tai hwa bakchormee @ blk 466 crawford lane. this the original stall from hill street 1932.time was about 11.10am. i joined the queue at no.7. no one ordered like 5 bowls or packets, so i got my bakchormee in just over 15mins.a very pleasant surprise. the stall proprietor was very polite & friendly, not the usual nazi chef! well, the S$5 tai hwa bakchormee was good. noodles were qq (al dente) and tasty mixed in the sauce. ingredients minced pork, pork balls, pig liver, soi kao (fish/meat dumpling) & tipoh were good. i thought this style bakchormee had mushroom sauce, but there was none, just the very nice vinegar, chilli sauce taste. very good. overall i think i like the bakchormee at ming fa bakchormee upper thomson a bit better. close fight anyway.but after all these time, i think i now prefer the S$4 jalan tua kong meepok tar at 6th avenue. & don’t think i will wait 1/2 for this tai hwa bakchormee. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-10
149 views
specially came to this lavender hawker to try this very famous ba chor mee. do be prepared to queue if you are coming down. my friends and i queue for about 30minutes at around 630pm. and is it really worth the wait? to me, not really. their noodle is quite average but i gotta say the ba chor, wanton and "zhu gan" is really fresh and nice. however, $5 for a hawker ba chor mee is rather expensive. will not specially go down just for it due to the long queue too. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-06
112 views
Any bak chor mee lovers should know about this legendary stall. I used to go often with my family or with one of my aunt who like to bring us here. It's been quite long since my last visit and last month i was quite glad to be able to try it again since i was nearby collecting something.First time ever i had this for DINNER! Queue was reasonable but still had to wait cause everyone was like getting 2 - 4/5 bowls of noodles. But worth the wait for my yummy bowl of noodles! I decided to order the smallest serving $5 one. I think i took a pretty good drool worthy picture of my bak chor mee. I requested for extra chilli and vinegar and it's SO SHIOK!! Simply enjoy every mouthful of it. Fresh ingredients really enhanced the enjoyment of my bak chor mee. continue reading
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