One of Singapore’s most common hawker food, bak chor mee, coupled with a hearty popiah at Heng Heng for this food review.
Fishballs were the kind with chili and spring onion flakes within, nothing to shout out about. A few slices of fish cakes thrown in, with a single fish dumpling. Minced pork were scattered throughout, along with fried shallots and braised mushrooms which were all common and simplistic. Chili and noodle sauce mix were homely and simple, along with over blanched noodles, easy to eat.
Popiah were somewhat more appetizing compared to the noodles. Full of stuffing with its crunchy sweet peanuts most noticeable. Turnips were sweet and savoury while still retaining its subtle crunchiness.
Each roll of popiah was $1.70, while their bak chor mee was at $3.50.
Portion of noodles were ample with generous ingredients at such pricing. Popiah was tasty and definitely one you can consider adding as a side dish.
Heng Heng Popiah & Minced Pork Noodles Opening Hours & Location
|Monday||10am – 6pm|
|Tuesday||10am – 6pm|
|Thursday||10am – 6pm|
|Friday||9:30am – 7pm|
|Saturday||10am – 6pm|
|Sunday||10am – 6pm|
320 Shunfu Rd, #02-05 Shun Fu hawker centre, Singapore 570320