Thursday, December 29, 2011

Tasty Lor Mee at Kim Seng Eating House, Block 168, Lor 1, Toa Payoh, Singapore 310168

After crossing the second link, we took the PIE (Pan Island Expressway) and finally arrived at Kim Seng Eating House, Blk 168, Toa Payoh Lor 1. The coffee shop (kopitiam) is located in the vicinity of HDB flats. This place is rather small but all the chairs, tables and hawker stalls are neatly arrange to fill up the little space to the maximum capacity. There was a good early lunch crowd in Kim Seng when we walked in.
Anyway, we found a small unoccupied table and my brother in law immediately went to our favourite stall to order the food.......


Enter the famous Toa Payoh Lor Mee (Braised noodles)......
The lor mee here taste a little different from Penang Lor Mee, which has a stronger star anise aroma.
Anyway, Kim Seng Toa Payoh Lor Mee has a nice combination of mild spices which makes it unique and tasty. We love the crispy fried yam base fritters (smells like yam to me, lol) that comes with it which goes along well with the gooey dark soya sauce based soup.

A bowl of tasty Toa Payoh Lor Mee which cost SGD2.50 comes with a generous amount of pork slices, eggs, fritters and sambal......yum yum.......makes me wanna go back and eat it again....lol!

Tao Payoh Famous Lor Mee Address
Kim Seng Eating House, Blk 168, Lor 1, Tao Payoh, Singapore 310168,


16 comments:

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

if compare dollar to dollar, 2.50 is consider cheap and look yummy too..

Bananazஇ said...

An eating house eating people or food? haha. Eh the loh mee like no mee inside one S'pore mee ae quite shy to LianPunk people?

Hayley said...

Wah.. the lor mee looks good neh~

suituapui said...

Ahhhh!!!! Nice! Usually in Singapore I would be stuck at Orchard Road. No transport, no time, not adventurous...and at Orchard Road, everything is soooo expensive and not really nice. :(

reanaclaire said...

so...it is the lor mee that attracted you there! I have yet to taste lor mee cos I dont really like the sticky type of gravy... so what else is good in Singapore?

Yee Ling said...

Aisk...where is the noodle.

Sheoh Yan said...

The sambal chilli on top of the loh mee is very tempting.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

There's a stall in Tanjong Pagar Food Centre which is nice also... hehe...

[SK] said...

i don't really think there are nice food in SG, but from this photo the Lor Mee actually looks good~~ :)

yvonne said...

Oh, loh mee is one of my favourite noodle *slurp*

Fried yam base fritters? Oooo... sure or no.

アンゼエリン said...

OMG, that bowl of Lor Mee looks superb delicious! yummy.

Quay Po Cooks said...

I have tried this lor mien but I still like the one at Pudu in KL better. Hey, Happy New Year to you and family!

Bananazஇ said...

Pete Happy New Year 2012 than looi than chay chay...~;).

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

WOw! makan until singapore?

BigAppleNosh said...

Yum! I was just in Singapore last week!

lena said...

happy new year to you, pete!! i eat lor mee quite often here but there's no fritters unlike the singapore ones.

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