Bedok : Mini Food Paradise

Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok
308 Bedok Road (Simpang Bedok)
Bedok Shopping Complex
Closed on Mondays

We were going to East Point to collect mummy’s specs and decided to find something to eat near the area. We headed to Bedok! (: And boy was I glad we did! We found where the famous Jalan Tua Kong Mee Pok is! You see, Paul and Peggy have been talking about this place for the longest time, and after trying their chilli (which can be bought from there), I had to try this place. It was THAT good. (:

when you do visit this place, be prepared to wait. There is ALWAYS a crowd! We were there at almost 3pm and it was still crowded!

we ordered the small bowl of noodles ($3) and it was just nice for us, but I think for the big boys, they would need the bigger bowl ($4).

it was SO GOOD. (: loved every single bit of it! The noodles were cooked to perfection and they really gave heaps of meat for such a small bowl!

it came with a bowl of soup which was really tasty! yes i know, I only got good things to talk about this time. (:

Esther’s Pot Mini Soon Kueh
348 Bedok Road Bedok Market Place
#02-25/26 Singapore 469560

we also went to get mini soon kuehs! It has been my favourite since I was really little. Dad use to buy it for me on his way home from work, cause he knew I like them! hehe yes. I was always a daddy’s girl. hehe. This time, for the first time, I went there with my parents.

Esther’s Pot Mini Soon Kueh. Even better than I remembered it to be.

it’s only as big as a saucer! (:

I should do this more often. Going to areas in Singapore that I seldom go to and try their food there!

Now, I’m craving for prata. haha have been for a really long time! haha. Recommendations anyone?

4 thoughts on “Bedok : Mini Food Paradise

  1. thecoffeesnob says:

    Oooh you’re killing me with pictures of that mee pok! By the way, if you’re ever in the Tanjong Pagar area, there’s a stall on the 2nd level of Amoy that does really good mee pok. Has just the right amount of vinegar to give it a kick but not overpower the whole dish- completely worth the utter lack of ventilation in that place I tell you!

    And I love the soon kueh from Bedok too! I had it once with the boyfriend years ago and I’m still talking about it heh 🙂

    • liannelow says:

      thanks for the recommendation babe! my dad and I LOVES mee pok! hehe our other fav one is Da Hwa at Crawford Lane! (: my mum is a bee hoon soup person hehe. I shall keep that in mind, and head there soon!

      and yes! loveee the soon kueh! haha shall bring the boy there when he’s back next week!

  2. thecoffeesnob says:

    Oh and prata recommendations 🙂 My favourite’s at Jalan Eunos, going towards ECP just before you hit the intersection with the mosque. But I hear the Thomson area has a stall that makes incredibly crispy prata! Now, I can’t wait to see your prata post! 😀

    • liannelow says:

      hehe never tried the one at Jalan Eunos! so I shall soon! hehe shall ask my brother to go with me! hehe not a big fan of the crispy one at Thomson though. hehe (: will post once I’m better cos now i can’t really have it!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s