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Opening Hours
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09:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Bak Chor Mee Fishball Noodles Laksa
Review (2)
Did some errands at hollandv. walking through the food centre & thought the bakchormee stall looked different. i had a good bakchormee at a commonwealth crescent fai zai eatery bakchormee here on 24.9.2013. now the stall is called ming fa (明发). i guess ming fa (明发) has acquired & franchised the stall. it used to be a middle-aged man hawking, now there were 2 women.i tried ming fa (明发) at upper thomson road couple times recently & it was 1 of the best. the branding was the same so i decided to give it a go.must say this was really quite poor. the meepok noodles were slightly soggy not enough qq (al dente), ingredients were less. taste was just passable but not great. the previous stall commonwealth crescent fai zai eatery bakchormee was a lot better than this, though the ming fa (明发) at upper thomson was far better. but this ming fa (明发) at hollandv is quite poor indeed!i am not sure this thus the brand any good at all!see my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/17/quite-poor-ming-fa-明发-bakchormee-hollandv-food-centre-on-17jun2014/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-21
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During lunch time I went to Holland Village and saw a new fishball noodles stall in the hawker centre. There was a long queue, so I decided to have a try.The helper staff was a little impatient, she rushed me for the order and gave me a look when I took a little more of fried lard.I had ordered their Dry Fish ball Mee Pok at $3.50.There was many lard oil in the mee pok. The mee pok was slippery smooth when slurping into mouth and tasted slight springy. There was also mild vinegar in the sauce that made the noodles quite appetizing.  The fishball, fish cake and fish wanton tasted quite average. Fishballs were bouncy and "crispy" and tasted not salty just right. continue reading
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