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Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

Asian, Chinese, Local

92%100%

68 votes

62927477

Daily: 09:30 - 21:00

Closed on 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month

$6 based on 37 reviews
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles serve bak chor mee whose noodles are very firm to the bite, topped with supremely tender and fresh pork mince, pork and liver slices. See what foodies like this place for
Leogeo • 17 Aug 201412 reviews 0 followers

Was there at 1.15pm on a Sunday afternoon and waited 45minutes for my bowl of $6 noodles. Definitely one of the best bak chor mee in Singapore but I wouldn't queue 45mins again for it. Come during off peak hours to beat the queue.

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What others are saying...

Leogeo • 17 Aug 201412 reviews 0 followers

Was there at 1.15pm on a Sunday afternoon and waited 45minutes for my bowl of $6 noodles. Definitely one of the best bak chor mee in Singapore but I wouldn't queue 45mins again for it. Come during off peak hours to beat the queue.

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baconmonster • 15 Jun 20148 reviews 0 followers

For a full review, go to: https://baconmonster.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/hill-street-tai-hwa-pork-noodles/

The pork noodles were nice, but definitely not worth the 1 plus hour wait. I probably went at the wrong time, so warning: don't go at 2 plus pm on a Saturday afternoon!

I really liked the fried fish skin and dumplings, something that not every bcm stall gives. However, the vinegar taste was too strong for me and I really could not tell the difference in the noodles' texture between this stall and other stalls elsewhere. Perhaps my tastebuds are not discerning enough.

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ChelseaMK • 15 Feb 20145 reviews 0 followers

I've been eating here for 20 years. Easily and always constantly the best BCM in Singapore!! Nothing beats it. It's a perfect harmony of vinegar, chilli and pork lard. Matched with 'Qiu Qiu' noodles, it's awesome.

However the queues are ALWAYS long. I've tried going at off-hours like 3pm, 11am, but still... at least 30-40min wait. Haiz!

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