Sunday, April 17, 2011

China Whampoa Home Made Noodle - Whampoa Food Center

I dont know what it is about noodle soup that i really like. Is it the comfort of sipping hot soup? or the slurping of hot noodles that remind us of childhood days. Whampoa Market near Balestier road has a up and comning famous hand made noodle place.

And the lines here are very evident that the food here is good. They even take orders via phone so be ready to wait for your food,
This is my order of meatball and prawn in flat noodles.

You can choose what noodles you want, i got this kind just to try..
its is hand torn noodles.. very rustic.. cooked perfectly.. but if you will ask me, i will still go for the traditional thin long noodles, because with this type of noodles..not much slurping is needed.
The great thing about this dish is the clear soup that is flavored by crunchy ikan bilis. plus the use of fresh ingredients.

One of the best noodle soup places for me.. everythign was good from the noodle, to the soup and the fresh ingredients use.. no wonder people flock to eat this.

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