Thursday, May 15, 2008

Porridge and Mee Pok

My other sis from UK is visiting and she is missing all the food that she has not eaten for the last two years. Soon Kueh, Gao Teng Kueh, Fruit Rojak, etc... So this morning, we went to a nearby food centre, and she ate a soon kueh and bought a piece of gao teng kueh.

She saw Mee Pok store, and just had to order it.

She said London does not sell Mee Pok. (anyone from London agrees with her? can't be right?)
She had not drunk soup that has 'tong chai' in it for a long time too. That she forgot what the preserved veg is called!

Her other half ate prawn noodles. A bit 'pai seh' to take photo of his food. ;-)

Well, I had comfort food. Duck porridge.

The duck's hidden below and I had a 'lor neng' to go with it as well.

It's kinda impossible to eat so much things is so few days right?

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Su-Lin said...

I think she's right - I've never seen mee pok here in London. :(

foo.dy said...

fettucine? :P

team bsg said...

we know, its not easy to eat so much delicious food sommore so full of tonic. but you can always call us we will help you in times of distress

alicesg said...

Yummy, dont you love Singapore. We can get food 24/7.

Anonymous said...

on the contrary, why not possible?

there are 3 meals, 2 teabreaks & supper to fill! :-))


tigerfish said...

You mean Mee Pok - the noodle itself or the dish (Bak Chor Mee). If you are saying the dish, California also don't have! Taiwan also don't have! Aiya.....only Singapore and Malaysia have I think!

Keropok Man said...

thanks for the confirmation, i thought she and her friends have not roam enough of london. haha..

fettucine cannot lah. LOL

yes, you visit Spore, bring you around.

alicesg, sw,
but can't eat 24/7. stomach only got 1 per person. LOL

hmmm thats something new to me. i always thought mee pok is a very common noodle. Myojo mee has mee pok. you want me to post it to TW? :-)

Anonymous said...

Is your sis a student there or married to angmo ?

Keropok Man said...

haha.. first time people ask such question.

she's working + getting her strawberry shortcake hat soon. Not an angmo but a chinese. :-)

Camemberu said...

wah your london sis is here! london dun have mee pok meh? the chinatown should have, no? hmm. potential business opportunity!!! :)

hope she is enjoying her food here before she goes back!

mama bok said...

Aiyoh..!! it's true..!! when you lived abroad.. it's hard to get anything lah.. pity her lor.. :(

Anonymous said...

where did you buy the mee pok?

Keropok Man said...


I can't really emember. I think this was probably the Clementi Food Centre. :-)

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