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Telephone
6339 4409
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Thu
10:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
10:30 - 22:30
Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Kolo Mee
Review (5)
Level4 2013-09-16
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Jia Xiang not only sell Kolo Mee but also Duck noodles!This time visit I tried to their different menu, Black Pepper Smoked Duck noodle.When the order came, the bowl of smoked duck noodles looked very oily.The Black Pepper Smoked Duck tasted oily also, with thick layer of fats under the skin and the meat was reddish in colour. There was none black pepper taste.The noodle used was Kolo mee, same as the orginal Kolo Mee.Overall, the Black Pepper Smoked Duck noodle tasted too oily and would be better if they put lesser oil. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-12
46 views
My parents decided to go and explore Marina Bay Sands. I suggested to dad to park our car at Marina Square and we could take a slow walk over to Marina Bay Sands via the Helix Bridge. As such, we also had our dinner here. We were not very hungry so we just settled at Jiaxiang Kuching Restaurant for a bowl of Kolo noodle each. Most importantly, there was no queue and we didn't have to wait for too long before our food arrived. The menu varieties are quite limited. For noodle, you either choose the normal Jiaxiang Kolo mee ($6) or their special Kolo mee ($8.90) which include abalone and fried wanton. I loved the texture of the noodle but hated it when I found a lump of noodles not loosened up properly in my bowl. I vaguely remember that I did have good memory of the kolo mee here and thus I recommended this to my parents. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed the fried wantons dipped in mayo/ chilli sauce. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-22
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FoodHeard that someone from Sarawak had actually brought its recipe here and setup a chain of stalls.Kolo Mee - $6 This bowl of noodles is non Oily and tasty. Mee is chewy and does not not expand like normal "mee kia". It also paired with a bowl of wanton soup. Char siew is sweet and tender, the minced meat is savoury and delicious. Presentation wise, I will say it is good. The colors of this dish green vegetables, golden fried wanton, sweet tasty Red char siew and Yellow noodles make it gains my appetite. ServicePay and order at the counter. Your dish will be served shortly.AmbienceNot much crowd. Wood table and chairs. Decor in the shop make us look like in the 70s.PriceExpensive due to air flown ingredients from sarawak. Portion of meal is small. However, i will still eat it once in a blue moon.Recommendation / TipsPortion is quite small. You may want to get a bigger bowl for bigger eaters. continue reading
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Level1 2012-08-01
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Went there with friends for lunch after hanging around. I ordered Jia Xiang Mian. The portion is small and it not really enough for me. First bite, the noodles is perfect, and not soggy. It chewing and spongy. This kolo mee also comes with a generous serving of sweet char siew, healthy vegetables and pork dumplings that is fully stuffed. The sauce is special, a bit sour and fragrant. Add some chilli sauce into your noodles to enhance the flavours. Personally, I more prefer the traditional wanton mee. continue reading
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