Yong Tau Foo Stall That Took Over Famed China Street Rickshaw Noodle Closes After 1 Month
The popular rickshaw noodle stall at Maxwell Food Centre shuttered after its elderly hawker-owner injured her hand.
China Street Rickshaw Noodle at Maxwell Food Centre is well-known for its traditional trishaw noodles, which hawker Soh Poh Tee sells at just $1 a bowl. The dish was originally created for old-time trishaw pullers who needed a cheap, nourishing meal after a hard day’s work.
In May this year, Mdm Soh, who is 77, decided to close her longtime stall for good after suffering a hand injury from a fall. In a Shin Min Daily News report, a hawker rep for Maxwell Food Centre tells the Chinese news outlet that Mdm Soh got injured in March, which affected her ability to cook. Due to her injury and age, she decided to wind up her longtime stall, which also served tasty mee sua.
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