Lorong 4 Toa Payoh mak chor mee is popular bur has moved out as we discovered this morning when we went there for breakfast. The coffee shop has been renovated and all the old staff had vacated. We relished the noodles here as the chilly sauce mixture was deliciously spicy. Besides the delicious sauce it was filled with crunchy salted fish and topped with plentiful minced pork, springy meat balls, liver, and stewed mushrooms.
Filled with goodness after a thorough mix
Besides the noodle stall there were the chwee kueh and roast duck stalls which we often patronized. The chwee kuehs were on par with the one in Tiong Bahru and the chilly sauce, one word to describe - shiok! The roast duck with crispy skin and tender meat was a winner, compared to the char sau with too much red food coloring and texture was rough and dried.
Now we are short of one eating place to go. There is another branch at IMM building which we will hunt for it .... sorry never notice the name of the stall !!