My date says I should have a hook for my food blog. But if I have a hook, does it make me a hooker? Ok, that is as lame as the car joke. [“Do you drive?” “No but I have two kar (legs).” But got the pun? Lame legs?]
Centre Satay Bee Hoon, Ang Mo Kio
He suggests that instead of finding out the best food places, my blog should be about second chances, that is, go and eat all the worst food places to re-evaluate them, a theme which would fit into my Rubbish theme. It’s a Yellow Ribbon project for food. Wise guy, he. But I’m very conservative so I’ll stick to good food only.
I love Green Book, it is one of the trustworthy awards for food. My sweet date said he would accompany me to eat every hawker centre on the list. So we started today from Ang Mo Kio.
Centre Satay Bee Hoon
Blk 724 AMK Ave 6
Closed on Tuesday
WAH LAO EH. Greenbook bluff me ok? The website wrote the unit to be #01-55 and the biggest stall number is #40 plus, so I went walking around like a fool to look for the stall. Can die of hunger leh.
Honestly, this is the second time in my life I’ve eaten satay bee hoon and I don’t know how to evaluate. It’s just bee hoon with satay sauce but which moron came up with the idea in the first place? In general, satay sauce is so je-lak and chiak lakh, so rich and oily and peanuty and sweet that it is very disgusting when taken as a soup base. Does it think it’s lor mee? I ate a mouthful of bee hoon soaked in satay sauce then gave up and ate only the meat. I asked for more hums because I have hep B jab so might as well make full use of the vaccine right? don’t waste money to take injection then never make use of it. As you can see from the photo, I think the uncle didn’t hear my order of extra hums but charged me for it anyway. The squid, pork liver and everything else were quite fresh.
Truth be told, I’m quite averse to satay bee hoon so this review is biased. Really, don’t take my word for it.
Price: $3 or $4.
Ratings: 2.7253/5 stars