With the borders to Malaysia open and our neighbours all ready to welcome us back in, massive crowds have been coming and going through immigration checkpoints. This has made me tuck my passport back away for the moment. Luckily for those of you who feel the same way, you can still have a taste of Malaysia at Fatty Ipoh Fried Noodles which cooks up a slew of Malaysian dishes.
Located within Pasir Panjang Food Centre, the stall offers classics such as KL Fried Noodles ($6), Moonlight Hor Fun ($5), Braised Yee Mee ($5) and Mee Tai Bak with Salted Fish ($6). It’s very similar to your typical zi char stall, and it can get quite busy but don’t worry about having to wait too long as you’ll be given a buzzer to let you know when it’s time to collect your food.
Beginning in ascending order of what I felt would have the most wok hei among the dishes I ordered, I tackled the Crispy Bee Hoon with Egg Sauce ($5). Smooth and delightfully eggy with a whisper of