Shiok $4.70 Lu Rou Fan & Oyster Mee Sua At Whampoa Hawker Stall, Chew Chor Meng Is A Fan
As Singapore shifts out of Covid-19 pandemic mode, some local home-based businesses are upgrading their operations to dine-in eateries. One such biz is three-week-old NiuNiu Tea & DuDu Rice at Whampoa Drive Food Centre, run by a hawker with Taiwanese heritage and his Chinese-Korean wife.
Its kitschy neon décor and wooden odeng (Korean fish cake soup) boilers stand out from its hawker neighbours, which includes the likes of popular Balestier Road Hoover Rojak and Qinde Egg Tarts & Pastries. The stall’s menu reflects its owners’ diverse backgrounds, with well-loved Taiwanese nosh like lu rou fan (braised pork rice) and oyster mee sua alongside Korean grub like cheesy tteokbokki (rice cakes) and kimchi.
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