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Signature Dishes
Lor Mee
Review (2)
Keng Heng Teochew (Whampoa) Lor Mee is managed by an old couple, the stall was featured by Mediacorp “Our Makan Places: Lost & Found” recently and that triggered our tastebuds to explore the Teochew Lor Mee.We ordered the $3 serving.If you are not a friend of Chilli, you may like to request no Chilli or less chilli, the homemade Sambal Balachan chili has the power to tickle your tongue.The toppings came with slices of braised pork, fried fish skin, fried dumpling skin, Wu Xiang and fish cake. Noodle was a mixture of yellow noodle and white bee hoon.The gravy was light in color if not the added black vinegar, slightly less gooey if compared to many other lor mee. First mouthful was an immediate affirmative response from its excellent taste; the gravy was smooth and extremely tantalizing with its perfect seasoning and stunning flavour.The noodles were fully absorbed the essence of the gravy, together with sambal chili, cut chili, black vinegar, diced garlic and chopped spring onion that further accentuated the flavour and making it one of the most coveted lor mee in Singapore.Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-12
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This was a dish bound to have mixed responses. If you are not interested, you would rather settle your meal with a pack of instant noodle. But if you like Lor Mee, it was heavenly good.Done black, the sauce was just nice. Lor Mee here was considered unique. Unlike a lot of other places where the gravy was sort of transparent and gluey but Lor Mee here was perfectly thick which was not too sticky. continue reading
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