Ah Ho Teochew Kway Teow Mee Coffee Shop Singapore – treat your plate!

Ah Ho Teochew Kway Teow Mee Coffee Shop is a small and yet very famous shop in Singapore that is located amidst a number of large restaurants. The shop is very much popular among the locals and often visited by travellers from around the globe.

The history of the Stall

The food stall being established nearly four decades ago started as a small stall serving Teochew style noodles. Later on as more and more people started to visit the stall as word spread about their delicious food menu and today it has become one of the most popular restaurants in Farrer park region where many locals and tourist visit here to taste their food.

The menu

The menu here is very simple and it offers customers a list of delicious Teochew style noodle dishes with a variety of soup to choose from. The menu here has been the same since its beginning and the minimal food range also helps people wanting more and visiting the place very often.

The food experience

Almost all the dishes featured in the menu are worth trying and each of the dishes has its own unique flavor. The spicy and vibrant food here is delectable and some of the dished will also make you come back for more. For food that tastes this good, the price you have to very inexpensive.

Visiting here

The stall is located at the junction of Verdun Road and Sam Leong Road and is situated close to many high-end hotels and restaurants like the Park Hotel Farrer Park. You can visit here any time of the day and taste some of the best Teochew style noodles during your stay at Singapore.

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Top Cuisines in Singapore – Rejuvenate your taste buds

In Singapore, food is something you must not ignore. There is a wide variety of cuisine that must be tried out and it could be anything from Hainanese chicken rice to chilli crab.

Cuisines in Singapore | Image Credit - Smuconlaw, CC BY-SA 4.0 Via Wikipedia Commons

Cuisines in Singapore | Image Credit – Smuconlaw, CC BY-SA 4.0 Via Wikipedia Commons

Rojak

This is a mixture of fruits and vegetables, commonly found in Malaysia and Indonesia in addition to Singapore. Rojak has many versions of preparation, which usually consist of bean sprouts, greens, deep fried soybean cake, fried flour, pineapple, cucumber and roasted peanuts. The interfusion of these greens and fruits give a rich reddish colour to rojak.

Singapore Sling

Also known as gin sling, this drink was introduced before 1915 by a bartender. This drink is made of gin, cherry, liqueur, Benedictine, pomegranate and pineapple juices. Sarawak pineapples are used to make the creamy top. This is usually meant for ladies owing to its pinkish hue.

Mooncakes

This round-shaped sweetmeat has various purposes. In early Chinese history, Zhu Yuanzhang, a military leader, is said to have distributed messages through these mooncakes in a bid to topple the Mongolian rule. If you are planning a trip and are looking for the best hotel for dining Asia, reserve your stay in a place offered by Park Hotel Group or any other prior to arrival.

Yong Tau Foo

Yong Tau Foo means ‘stuffed bean curd’ conveniently available anywhere in Singapore. This dish contains chilli, lady’s fingers, bean curd, bitter gourd, mushroom and eggplant. Yong Tau Foo is also available at supermarkets ready to prepare. The curd is stuffed with fish. A proper Yong Tau Foo should have a proper fish paste. This could come either dry or in soup format.

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Singaporean cuisine types – Tantalize your taste-buds

With an infusion of goodness from various cultures, Singaporean Cuisine has something unique yet familiar about it and sits perfectly well among varying palates.

Chicken Rice

By User: (WT-shared) Shoestring at wts wikivoyage (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

By User: (WT-shared) Shoestring at wts wikivoyage (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The Chicken Rice is one dish in Singapore that you find in all places from the fanciest restaurants to the simplest street stalls.

Wonton Mee

Singapore Wonton noodles | Image Credit - Banej, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikipedia Commons

Singapore Wonton noodles | Image Credit – Banej, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikipedia Commons

The Wonton Mee consists of soft succulent dumplings that resemble wispy clouds when immersed in soup. Served with dry noodles, well-balanced sauces and juicy pork or shrimp dumplings, the dish as a whole is a treat to the taste-buds.

Carrot Cake (Chai Tow Kuay)

Chinese Carrot Cake | Image Credit - Mokkie, CC BY-SA 4.0 Via via Wikipedia Commons

Chinese Carrot Cake | Image Credit – Mokkie, CC BY-SA 4.0 Via Wikipedia Commons

The carrot used in the Singaporean version is the white radish and this is combined with rice flour is steamed into large slabs or cakes. There is nothing sweet about the Singaporean carrot cake for this savoury delight is served with preserved turnip, soy sauce, fish sauce, eggs, garlic and spring onions.

Chilli Crab

Chilli crab | Image Credit - Dekcuf, CC BY-SA 2.0 Via Wikipedia Commons

Chilli crab | Image Credit – Dekcuf, CC BY-SA 2.0 Via Wikipedia Commons

The mere mention of this name would make any mouth water for that is how good this Singaporean delight is. If you are in this country drop into one of the Beach Road restaurants in Singapore such as the one in Destination Singapore Beach Road and order this all-time favourite dish of those visiting.

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