Peter Fried Kway Teow Mee 加東炒粿條麵 @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market And Food Centre

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Before moving to its current location at the food centre, Peter Fried Kway Teow Mee (加東炒粿條麵) was set up along East Coast Road and apparently quite well-known around the Katong area.

Instead of using normal boiled water to fry their kway teow (flat rice noodle), they used superior broth (brewed by old hen) which is more fragrant in taste.

The stall offers three different styles of fried kway teow namely Teochew, Penang, and Baba Nyonya.

The Teochew-style ($3/$4) that uses black sweet sauce is probably the one that Singaporeans are most familiar with.

The Penang-style ($4/$5), on the other hand, omits the use of black sweet sauce and leans more on the savory side.

As for the Baba Nyonya-style ($4/$5), only a little black sweet sauce is used, imparting the dish with both sweet and savory notes.

Xiang Xiang Nasi Lemak 香香哪唏噜吗 @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Centre

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Tanjong Pagar residents must be really ardent fans of Nasi Lemak because there are actually three non-halal Nasi Lemak stalls located on the second floor of the food centre!

The one I visited is called Xiang Xiang Nasi Lemak (香香哪唏噜吗) which is operated by an elderly couple.

During my previous visit, I was sitting right in front of this stall having my Lor Mee when I noticed the never-ending queue. That aroused my interest to check them out during my next visit.

Soon Heng Food Delights Lor Mee @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market And Food Centre

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The one and only item Soon Heng Food Delights sell is Lor Mee, a noodle dish of Hokkien origins.

The stall, located on the second floor of Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market And Food Centre used to serve two versions: Batang Lor Mee and Fried Shark Lor Mee, with reference to the type of fish used.

I have not eaten their batang version before but I guess it is shredded fish meat whereas the shark meat version is fried shark meat nuggets.

Now, only the shark meat version is available on the menu.

While researching for recommendations at this food centre, I came across photos of this Lor Mee and I was impressed by the presentation and reviews therefore I decided to include this on my to-eat list.

Beo Crescent No Name Hainanese Curry Rice @ Blk 40 Beo Crescent

As for the ever popular pork chop, it is hammered till flat and perhaps the reason for its crispness. Indeed, it provides a welcoming crunch to the otherwise sogginess of the other ingredients but it gets a lilttle jelat after a while.

This is my second time having Hainanese Curry Rice, the first being at Loo's seven years ago.

The stall in question today is a few minutes walk from Tiong Bahru MRT Station, located at an old, run down coffeeshop under Blk 40 Beo Crescent.

This unassuming stall selling Hainanese Curry Rice does not have a signboard, let alone a name! I suppose that is why people started calling it the "no name Hainanese Curry".