Best Shan Xi Food 陜西凉皮 @ Bugis Street, Singapore
Upon I touched down at Singapore, I received a sms from my friends asking me out for dinner. Going out in Singapore is not a big problem at here, every places can be also reached by public transports. We met at Bugis, as one of the favourite tourist spots and also a shopping heaven. Beside that, I accidentally found out something special hidden at their back alley.
I was sitting in front of this stall and noticed that mostly their customer are china man, whose slang and way to talk and greet is totally different. I know that Sze Chuan people like to eat spicy food and today, will try on their special homemade chili.
Other than noodles, they also offer their original recipe bread from China. Its ingredient was either meat or vegetables, depends on your desired choices. But bear in mind, be patient while waiting the bread to be prepared, it takes some times.
|Pork Ribs Noodles 手工排骨面 SGD 4|
One of the benefit to have meal in Singapore is that, if they sell you pork ribs noodles, they mean it, and you can see a lot of pork ribs in the bowl. Their generous portion of ingredients never disappoint me.
Here is the chili which I mentioned before. What I know is the chili was really spicy and non-spicy taker should not be trying on this. Warning!
|Minced Pork Noodles 手工炸酱面 SGD4|
The minced pork on the top was very flavourful indeed, fresh and juicy tomatoes and cucumber slices are added to balance up the meal. Their noodles are handmade and therefore the texture is extremely springy.
Bugis Street, Singapore
(Back alley street food)
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