19 April 2013

Fried Hokkien Mee

Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee

Address: Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen Street #01-54 Singapore 189652 (inside the building)

I met a lecturer friend at this small eatery while he was having a 4pm break. He and his colleagues  purposely came here after peak hours to enjoy Fried Hokkien Mee with peace. I saw what he was eating, it drew me to order a plate of golden Mee for myself.


Treasure found at Sunshine Plaza


Recommends:
1. Fu Le Hokkien Mee –  The signature dish which made them crowded! Light brown Hokkien mee which is flavorful, fragrant and moist without being soggy. More white thick noodles than yellow noodles. Set meal A consists of Fried Hokkien Mee and a drink (Ice Lemon Tea/ Lemonade) costs S$5.80

2. Fried Ngoh Hiang – Included in set meal (B) which costs S$7.80. 3 pieces of fried meat wrap comes with Hokkien Mee + a drink (Ice Lemon tea/ Lemonade).

Ambience: 6.5 out of 10

Cleanliness: 8 out of 10


Neat place + friendly staff


Remarks:
Well done for a one year old shop! Especially during noisy and busy during lunch hours. If possible, visit them during dinner time.

Street parking and indoor parking at Sunshine Plaza.

10 April 2013

Taiwan Spicy Beef Noodles

 
Fabilicious supper for NUS students and night owls!
 

Formosa Delights 清香馆- 台湾清粥小菜

Addres: 20 Clementi Road, Singapore 129749 (near Kentridge bus interchange and Fong Seng Nasi Lemak)
Opening Hours: 10 am - 5am
Tel: 6778 7398

Recommends:
1. Spicy Beef Hand-made Noodles 牛肉水煮面 –  Right balance of sourness, spice and garlic! $8 a bowl. As light eaters, my boyfriend and I have to share a bowl .

2. Dumplings –   Bitesize comfort food ideal for light supper.

They have individual dishes on display for customers to chose and complement with plain porridge, very suitable for vegetarians.

Remarks:
Street parking. Air-conditioned. Delivery service provided.
Their soy milk taste like its made from powder.