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2012-08-09 244 views
This shop is conveniently located at Raffles Place, inside The Arcade and walking distant to Raffles Place MRT station. It is always crowded during week days Lunch time. It has quite limited seats.Today, I visit the stall after 2 pm in order to avoid their peak hours and there are still fill with eaters and I am lucky to get a seat. I order their Minced Meat Fish ball (Mee kea) thin Noodle mix with tomato sauce. The Noodle is very tender and the Fish Ball is big, chewy and soft and the soup is
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This shop is conveniently located at Raffles Place, inside The Arcade and walking distant to Raffles Place MRT station. It is always crowded during week days Lunch time. It has quite limited seats.

Today, I visit the stall after 2 pm in order to avoid their peak hours and there are still fill with eaters and I am lucky to get a seat. I order their Minced Meat Fish ball (Mee kea) thin Noodle mix with tomato sauce. The Noodle is very tender and the Fish Ball is big, chewy and soft and the soup is not salty which is very matching to the main dish. Yummy!

The price is $4.00 per bowl.
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2012-08-03
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2010-12-31 169 views
108 Eating House is conveniently located at The Arcade at Raffles Place. It’s just above the MRT station and very accessible. The shop is super pack during the lunch period as many people will flock to the shop for lunch. I ordered the fishball noodles (mee pok) which costs around $4 per bowl. The fishball were soft and chewy and the noodles were nice as well. Overall, the meal was good and value for money.
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108 Eating House is conveniently located at The Arcade at Raffles Place. It’s just above the MRT station and very accessible. The shop is super pack during the lunch period as many people will flock to the shop for lunch. I ordered the fishball noodles (mee pok) which costs around $4 per bowl. The fishball were soft and chewy and the noodles were nice as well. Overall, the meal was good and value for money.
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Date of Visit
2010-09-01
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$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Fish ball noodles