Fatty Ipoh Noodles

Spawned just last May within Pasir Panjang Food Centre, rather new kid on the block Fatty Ipoh Noodles (a poky little corner stall straitly shoehorned between relative old-timers Ah Tiam Curry Rice and Chong Jia Food) is seemingly zealous about impressing upon local palates the virtues of Malaysian zi char, in this instance through divvying out variegated noodle-centric vittles. One can therefore expect the sine qua non of canonical Bolehland-style wok works, like "yu kong hor" aka moonlight hor fun, braised KL hokkien mee, salted fish bee tai mak among others. But whether they do turn our crank remains to be seen, soon enough though.

Fatty Ipoh Noodles opens daily from 11am-9pm except Saturdays.

What knocked our socks off:

The raw egg embellished Moonlight Hor Fun went absolute nuclear on the umami front, hence broad hor fun sheets, lean pork slices, prawns, fishcakes and crispy pork lard bits all being thoroughly trashed around in some maelstrom of an icky sticky dark gravy, with taste buds consequently freighttrained by unstinting wok hei cum indelibly briny-sweet from start to finish.

Moonlight Hor Fun ($5)

The ample Braised KL Hokkien Mee or soy sauce-steeped tai lok meen jived with us pretty darn good too, for it had let rip a well greased savoriness that added further sheen to what could be deemed as providentially satiating.

Braised KL Hokkien Mee ($6)

Other items sampled but turned out to be non-events:

Wat Dan Bee Hoon ($5)

Note: Prices subject to change without prior notice. Kindly clarify with stall before visiting or ordering.

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Score: 8.2/10



Pasir Panjang Food Centre
121 Pasir Panjang Road,
Singapore 118543