I told myself to stay away from these unhealthy food. No laksa for the week. No curry to go with mixed rice, bee hoon or roti prata. Not a drop. No, no, no!
I had them all this week.
I just couldn't resist it. I surrendered to the aroma. To the vibrant and appetite whetting colours. To the...
I mean, just look at this.
Curry Chicken Bee Hoon (9/10)
I am sure you can understand why I broke the rules?
Say! Why are food created such that good taste and nutrition doesn't work hand in hand? Most of the time, it's an either-or. >_<"
In any case, the 'damage' was done. I (consciously) walked up to the stall and ordered what I wasn't supposed to.
No regrets though. It was a real steal.
The chicken was tender, the curry was superb. I would say the gravy tasted more like laksa to me, but this is exactly why I like it so much. Not so thick, that is. :P
This stall was not only featured in Makansutra and some newspapers but also won some food award for 07/08. Although all these awards are actually quite common nowadays, not all the stalls with newspaper cuttings or awards live up to their name. Ah Heng did.
$4.50 (for a kopitiam price, it's on the steeper side. Value wise, it's worth it!)
Golden Shoe Food Centre
50 Market Street (Raffles Place)Level 1 Kopitiam