A one-Michelin-starred meal for five bucks? That's what you're in for when you make the trek to this humble kopitiam in the heartlands of Lavender. The bak chor mee ($5-$10) here is arguably the best in Singapore: springy noodles, crispy fried fish, pork liver, minced and sliced pork and dumpings swim in a vinegary sauce that you'll be licking clean.
If bak chor mee isn’t your thing, kway teow and meatball soup are also available at the same prices. Allocate enough time to queue up, though – it may look deceptively short, but with each order taking anywhere between 5 to 12 minutes to prepare, getting to the front is a bit of a wait.
|Venue name:||Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle|
466 Crawford Lane
|Opening hours:||Daily 9.30am-9pm (Closed on 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month)|