I really need to know the name of this stall.
I chanced upon this little stall at a Toa Payoh coffeeshop when i needed dinner with my mum one night.
And i really like eating beef noodles – dry, with a bowl of soup.
What i like about this is that the sauce is nicely thickened, there are no lumpy lumps. It is not so thick that you just know they have used too much cornstarch. The texture is great.
Also, while the chilli it comes with is nothing fantastic, it is spicy and sour – a perfect accompaniment.
A normal bowl is $4.50 but fish added 4 beef balls each.
There is a minimum of 2 beef balls for $1.
These are not your common run-of-the-mill beef balls you find in the supermarket. It would seem like these are homemade and are well flavoured.
This is our table for dinner and it was a simple dinner – which we hardly have but i think we should have more often, cause i did enjoy it.
This coffeeshop is located next to Toa Payoh Courts and has a big chicken rice stall – so you shouldn’t miss it.
Can’t wait to return again! :D