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Signature Dishes
Ban Mian Handmade Noodles
Review (3)
Level4 2014-03-02
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Finally tried the tom yum ban mian here. The price is $3.20. It was moderately spicy with a good balance of sourness and spiciness, with neither of each taste overpowering the other. I think if you do not really take spicy food, this should still be tolerable. It was quite a filling portion too. If you're craving for tom yum ban mian, you can try this out! The soup was also piping hot, which made it even more tasty. continue reading
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This noodle stall is one with the longest queue always as compared to the other stalls. Besides ban mian, they also sell guo tie sets which I have yet to try. I ate the banmian a few times before and it is not bad! There are many other noodle type options too and this is the sliced fish meesua. Their Jia Jiang Mian is also nice and my favourite is the Mushroom Banmian! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-30
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I'm a noodles lover, be it yellow noodles, vermicelli, hand-made noodles and so on. Here at this stall, it has all the range of noodles. You name it, you get it. They even sell gyoza set that comes with noodles at $4. There is Zha Jiang Mian too. Please note on the student and public price. Usually the price range from $2.70 to $4 for students and staff. Can't complain much because you will get much expensive outside. And long queue during lunch and dinner time so avoid it or be early.I patronise them for their Yee Mian, especially with Tom Yum soup base. It may not be the spiciest Tom Yum soup but it met the minimum criteria. I probably think they use chicken broth because when I had normal Yee Mian, it tastes very nice. Saltiness level was just right. I think that is also why Tom Yum soup is so tasty. The standard food items you can find in your bowl will be vegetables, egg, crabstick and top with ikan bilis and fried onions. As for their Ban Mian, I guess is factory-made. A little hard in texture. You can tell from the taste. But I still love it. So I conclude that is the normal and Tom Yum soup base that attracts me to them like everyday when I have lessons. continue reading
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