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2013-07-20 71 views
The smallest plate of Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle available costs S$3.00, followed by $4 for medium and $5 for large. Opted for the smallest version as my lunch. Fortunately, I had hit on the correct timing whereby they had just prepared a wok of Hokkien Noodle, thus my waiting time was less than a minute. The plate of Hokkien Noodle was served with the right amount of water contents in it, moist and slippery. I believed that the ratings of such delicacy would most probably be defined based on th
The plate of Hokkien Noodle was served with the right amount of water contents in it, moist and slippery. I believed that the ratings of such delicacy would most probably be defined based on the concentration and amounts of prawn stock it was cooked with. If we were to grade this plate of noodle against this basic criteria, it will fare a miserable 4 marks out of 10 as the sweetness was not up to par. Even though fried pork lard were added to enhance its fragrance and the semi spicy chilli was mixed in to cover out the porking smell from the belly, that doesn't makes the plate delicacy stands up. It's competitor who is just located behind their stall is seen to have much more business. Dinning in a hawker centre during weekends are of a different experience than dinning in malls and restaurants. Sometimes you get to feel the warmth of fellow Singaporeans sharing the same table as you and the next moment we were talking as if we knew each other for long, talking about anything under the sun, and this time round I had such of one encounter which is exchanging of hawker food views with her! Interesting!