Good Food at Bedok

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Postby VitoRelax » Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:54 pm

Blobbi wrote:
VitoRelax wrote:tried the mee goreng. don't like it bcos I think the chef forget to wash the noodle.... got a lot of the coatings smell ....



:!: Actually, that's why I seldom order mee goreng anywhere these days. You hit the nail on the head, Dom. They don't wash!!! Side track, where good hah ...

Not sure about mee goreng.

But the best mee rebus is "Selera Kita" at Bedok Block 58. Go before 12noon, else be prepared to queue then when reach your turn, the seller will say "Sorry Sir, no more gravy left ..." :stupid: :stupid:

But what is good at Wagon Wheel ?

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Postby Blobbi » Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:01 am

VitoRelax wrote:
But the best mee rebus is "Selera Kita" at Bedok Block 58. Go before 12noon, else be prepared to queue then when reach your turn, the seller will say "Sorry Sir, no more gravy left ..." :stupid: :stupid:

But what is good at Wagon Wheel ?


hey, I actually know where that is - on the turn out from hith highway on Bedok Reservoir Road. Ok tks!

Wagon Wheel - I never go cos it's quite covered up and looks quite smokey from the outside. (If I have the right place, that is.)

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Postby autumnbronze » Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:10 am

VitoRelax wrote:Not sure about mee goreng.

But the best mee rebus is "Selera Kita" at Bedok Block 58. Go before 12noon, else be prepared to queue then when reach your turn, the seller will say "Sorry Sir, no more gravy left ..." :stupid: :stupid:

But what is good at Wagon Wheel ?



So AGREE with you Vito!!

My mom lives ard that area ... There is always a v long queue :D

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Postby VitoRelax » Sat Mar 06, 2010 12:19 am

autumnbronze wrote:So AGREE with you Vito!!

My mom lives ard that area ... There is always a v long queue :D


How many times have you queued & by your turn no more gravy ?

I ganna 3 times liao. :stupid: :stupid: U leh ?

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Postby autumnbronze » Sat Mar 06, 2010 12:57 pm

VitoRelax wrote:
autumnbronze wrote:So AGREE with you Vito!!

My mom lives ard that area ... There is always a v long queue :D


How many times have you queued & by your turn no more gravy ?

I ganna 3 times liao. :stupid: :stupid: U leh ?


Vito, I don't bother queuing if its v v long, since I can come anytime mah ...

I detour and go to the vegetarian stall in the first row (think its called miao xiang) and get something from there.

Actually there is a char kway teow stall there that is not bad. Since my sec sch days was run by an old lady who trained her daughter or grddaughter. Now the latter has taken over. Its located opp the mee rebus stall, after the fruit stall, just walk a few paces down ....

There is a fried carrot cake stall oso not bad. Black one. Can't remember the name. Same row as mee rebus stall but before the stall ... *aiyoh, my directions confusing hor* :wink:

But at least now you have a few more options lah ...

You live nearby??

Hi mods, this is DEFINITELY :offtopic:


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Postby Way2GO » Sat Mar 06, 2010 9:45 pm

Blobbi wrote:
VitoRelax wrote:
But the best mee rebus is "Selera Kita" at Bedok Block 58.


hey, I actually know where that is - on the turn out from hith highway on Bedok Reservoir Road. Ok tks!


Blobbi, if u like mee rebus
u must really try this stall that Vito mentioned
I would rate it the best so far.

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Postby tree nymph » Sat Mar 06, 2010 10:29 pm

autumnbronze wrote:Vito, I don't bother queuing if its v v long, since I can come anytime mah ...

I detour and go to the vegetarian stall in the first row (think its called miao xiang) and get something from there.

Actually there is a char kway teow stall there that is not bad. Since my sec sch days was run by an old lady who trained her daughter or grddaughter. Now the latter has taken over. Its located opp the mee rebus stall, after the fruit stall, just walk a few paces down ....

There is a fried carrot cake stall oso not bad. Black one. Can't remember the name. Same row as mee rebus stall but before the stall ... *aiyoh, my directions confusing hor* :wink:

But at least now you have a few more options lah ...

You live nearby??

Hi mods, this is DEFINITELY :offtopic:



The fried carrot cake stall is call siglap fried carrot cake. but the lady was sick, so the stall was closed for some time. don't know if it will open tomorrow.

Have you tried the bak chor mee (soup) one the same row as the vegatarian stall, next to the chui kuew stall? i have been eating this for the past 35 years... i find this better the then the ones at blk 85. maybe because i'm so familiar bah...

The fish soup opp mee rebus is also very good...

but... this thread is for bukit timah... maybe should start one for bedok.

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Postby autumnbronze » Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:20 am

tree nymph wrote:
autumnbronze wrote:Vito, I don't bother queuing if its v v long, since I can come anytime mah ...

I detour and go to the vegetarian stall in the first row (think its called miao xiang) and get something from there.

Actually there is a char kway teow stall there that is not bad. Since my sec sch days was run by an old lady who trained her daughter or grddaughter. Now the latter has taken over. Its located opp the mee rebus stall, after the fruit stall, just walk a few paces down ....

There is a fried carrot cake stall oso not bad. Black one. Can't remember the name. Same row as mee rebus stall but before the stall ... *aiyoh, my directions confusing hor* :wink:

But at least now you have a few more options lah ...

You live nearby??

Hi mods, this is DEFINITELY :offtopic:



The fried carrot cake stall is call siglap fried carrot cake. but the lady was sick, so the stall was closed for some time. don't know if it will open tomorrow.

The fish soup opp mee rebus is also very good...

but... this thread is for bukit timah... maybe should start one for bedok.


Ah yes ... right ... Siglap carrot cake. Yup the fish soup also nice.

Wow, small world ... we could have bumped into each other w/o knowing as I had been living there for over 20 yrs b4 I go married and moved :D

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Postby VitoRelax » Sun Mar 07, 2010 1:07 pm

autumnbronze wrote:
tree nymph wrote:
autumnbronze wrote:Vito, I don't bother queuing if its v v long, since I can come anytime mah ...

I detour and go to the vegetarian stall in the first row (think its called miao xiang) and get something from there.

Actually there is a char kway teow stall there that is not bad. Since my sec sch days was run by an old lady who trained her daughter or grddaughter. Now the latter has taken over. Its located opp the mee rebus stall, after the fruit stall, just walk a few paces down ....

There is a fried carrot cake stall oso not bad. Black one. Can't remember the name. Same row as mee rebus stall but before the stall ... *aiyoh, my directions confusing hor* :wink:

But at least now you have a few more options lah ...

You live nearby??

Hi mods, this is DEFINITELY :offtopic:



The fried carrot cake stall is call siglap fried carrot cake. but the lady was sick, so the stall was closed for some time. don't know if it will open tomorrow.

The fish soup opp mee rebus is also very good...

but... this thread is for bukit timah... maybe should start one for bedok.


Ah yes ... right ... Siglap carrot cake. Yup the fish soup also nice.

Wow, small world ... we could have bumped into each other w/o knowing as I had been living there for over 20 yrs b4 I go married and moved :D


Went there this morning for the mee rebus.

Tabao the siglap carrot cake, not bad. But am I supposed to eat white one or black one ?

P/s I stay not near & not far, about 10 to 15 mins drive lah

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Postby autumnbronze » Sun Mar 07, 2010 4:03 pm

VitoRelax wrote:Went there this morning for the mee rebus.

Tabao the siglap carrot cake, not bad. But am I supposed to eat white one or black one ?

P/s I stay not near & not far, about 10 to 15 mins drive lah


Wah today's lunch was ... ummmm ... disappointing

Went there at 1 plus, mee rebus stall close. Miao Xiang also closed. In the end, I ordered the char kway teow ... but I think either I have become too fussy or the lady's standard has dropped ... didn't like it :P

Carrot cake - which one did you order?? I personally like the black one.

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