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2011-12-24 48 views
Economic Fried Bihun (plus a fried luncheon meat) $2.10Somehow this is a good breakfast, very filling. Plus a cup of fragrant kopi will be great. The luncheon meat is fried so the flavour is better. I like the chillies that i asked for, spicy and appetizing. As a spicy lover i cant live without chillies.
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Economic Fried Bihun (plus a fried luncheon meat) $2.10
Somehow this is a good breakfast, very filling. Plus a cup of fragrant kopi will be great.
The luncheon meat is fried so the flavour is better. I like the chillies that i asked for, spicy and appetizing. As a spicy lover i cant live without chillies.


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2011-06-28 21 views
I tried the white bee hoon for once since the norm is usually the one fried with dark sauce.I requested for a mix-in of what-I-call fried maggie mee with dark sauce for a variety. I also added long beans as a side.The noodles were good, not too oily or salty but tasty and filled my hunger. The long beans were on the oilier side though, I reckon.
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I tried the white bee hoon for once since the norm is usually the one fried with dark sauce.

I requested for a mix-in of what-I-call fried maggie mee with dark sauce for a variety. I also added long beans as a side.

The noodles were good, not too oily or salty but tasty and filled my hunger. The long beans were on the oilier side though, I reckon.
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2010-12-31 12 views
I ordered takeaway economic noodles with a fried egg and it costs only $1.80. It’s really cheap, but in fact most economic noodles costs around this price range at most stalls. The noodles were well fried and it was tasty, and so was the egg. At least, they did not taste oily like some places. I like the combination of both, cheap but yet tasty meal.
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I ordered takeaway economic noodles with a fried egg and it costs only $1.80. It’s really cheap, but in fact most economic noodles costs around this price range at most stalls. The noodles were well fried and it was tasty, and so was the egg. At least, they did not taste oily like some places. I like the combination of both, cheap but yet tasty meal.
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Date of Visit
2010-06-01
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$1.80 (Lunch)
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  • Economic noodles