Tai Hwa Pork Noodle has been hailed as one of the best five "Good Food in Singapore", and I couldn't agree more. Their minced meat noodle is the best!
For the noodles, you have two choices. One is mee kia (thin noodles) and the other one is mee pok (flat noodles). The noodles are tossed with soy sauce and black vinegar (more vinegar, mas masarap). I think it's the vinegar and soy sauce that give's that punchy flavor.
The meal includes lean minced pork, tender pork slices, wonton, pork balls, and slices of pork liver. Garnished with crisp-fried dried fish (like daing in Pinas but not salty) and a bowl of soup made rich with pork bones and sea weeds.
They have a lot of customer's, so expect a long queue of hungry people especially during lunch time. I usually go to the place at around 11:30 AM to avoid this long queue.
Price ranges from 4SGD (Php120) for the smallest bowl, 5SGD (150Php) for the medium one, and 6SGD (180Php) for the biggest. I always go for the biggest.
Here's a glimpse of it. Spare me if the pictures couldn't capture the enticing taste of their famous Minced Meat Noodles. But one thing's for sure about this good food, "may sarap na babalik-balikan!".