It amazes me that sometimes a $3 meal in Singapore can be better than something three or four time the price. The world of hawker food in this city is just wonderful. My last visit to World Street Food Congress proved that Singapore prevails in serving not only quality hawker food, but also hygienic and of good value.
Gao Feng Abalone Noodle Singapore is one of many hawkers that I enjoy. Not only because of the food but also the serendipity factor that precedes. I’m sure you can recall one of those moments when you were just walking randomly and you bump into a joint, you sit, gamble your odds and the food turns out to be satisfactory.
This particular Abalone Noodle comes with a generous amount of mee and toppings, from grounded pork, to fish maw, fish ball, abalone, mushroom. While there wasn’t so many abalone, I like the well rounded taste of the dish, salty, savoury with a little sweet ending. If you like it hot, adding the chopped chili will make it even better. Be aware though that the mee is the thick one, almost half the size of kwetiau. As for me, I find it suitable.
To sum it up, at $3 a portion, Gao Feng Abalone Noodle Singapore is simply a value-for-money hawker worth visiting. One of the things I miss from Singapore. Can’t wait to be back!
GAO FENG FISH HEAD STEAMBOAT
167 Neil Rd (Corner of Spottiswoode Park Rd)