06:00 - 15:00
Mon - Sun
06:00 - 15:00
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Just a day ago, one of my friends randomly forwarded me a video of this Lor Mee stall, asking me to try it out in Bukit Merah View Hawker Centre. She has also advised me not to go in during the weekends morning as the queue will be rather long but too bad as the week is already nearing weekends, lo and behold, the queue was indeed snaky long. It took about 20 minutes before we get to order our food. Let us check out the reason for the queue now. The regular bowl of Lor Mee is inexpensive and reasonably priced at $3. The portion may seem not enough for some but I find it just right. I have everything all in and that includes the coriander, minced garlic as well as chilli. Ingredients that made up the bowl of Lor Mee is nothing fanciful but rather ordinary. They are slices of Ngoh Hiong, fish cakes, Lor Bak and crispy bits, adding some crunch to our food. The Lor (gravy) is not starchy and is more on a lighter taste, in which it does not make the meal too "gelat" towards the end.Dining with a guy that has a greater appetite, the order comes with additional ingredients and noodles priced at $4.50. You can order solely with yellow noodles or a good mixture of noodles with Bee Hoon.Overall, if you prefer a lighter and simpler taste in Lor Mee, this will be your take! As for me, I have no preference of heavy taste in gravy or even the lighter taste, I find that both have their own special taste. continue reading
Price: around $2.50Which is quite cheap and affordable as the portion wasn't little. I ordered kway tiao lor mee and the kway tiao was really smooth and it was the fatter type of kway tiao. The gravy was flavourful too and complemented the bland taste of kway tiao well. There were sufficient ingredients as well. The gravy did not turn starchy even after it had been left out for a while. Worth a try! continue reading
Seeing that this stall has appeared on television before, I decided to give it a try.This lor mee's taste is quite above average. the price is $2.80 (beehoon mee) with an above average quantity as well. There were small pieces of pork, fishcakes, wu xiang and crispy bits which I wasn't sure what it was but it tasted something like savoury biscuits. Perhaps they have a special way of doing it. If you love lor mee, I will recommend you to try this if you are there. There was no queue so service was quite fast. continue reading
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