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Signature Dishes
Lontong
Review (6)
Level4 2013-02-24
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The FoodThe Mee Siam gravy is spicy and sweet with a sourish tinge of tamarind (assam), the savory gravy complements the fine bee hoon very well. Topped with hard-boiled egg and bean curd, this mee siam is definitely the best in Singapore !The ServiceAs the stall is very famous for its mee siam, hence not surprised there is a long queue especially on weekends.The AmbienceAs the stall is in hawker center, i find that the place was well-ventilated and not stuffy The PriceValue for money at $2 per plateOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-23
33 views
Mee siam here is really nice with the sambal chilli served. The gravy of the mee siam goes really nicely with the mee and the noodles are not too hard. Like it that the amount of ingredients are sufficient and that the tau pok pieces that suck up the mee siam gravy just burst in the mouth when bitten into. The hard boiled egg also goes really well with the sweet and sour mee siam gravy. continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-12
24 views
Saw long Q forming at this stall on the weekend.Decided to join the Q. Waiting abt 15 minute for my order to be taken.Think itz a husband & wife stall.One take order and put the last topping and one doing the cooking. Too bad that the green vegi and the fried tofu is added together. Some people may not like the green chives to be added in.But no choice.1sr taste of the soup.. not that sweet or sour. Light taste. Guess is heathly wor.Overall : Can do light mee siam for those who go for healthy food...... continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-18
18 views
Popular mee siam stalls in Singapore seem to have some things in common, mee siam are less costly than others and they only open in the morning. Robert mee siam at Whampoa Market is no exception.Inexpensively priced at $2 a plate, it is not surprising to see a queue in front of Robert Mee Siam especially on weekends. The queue was even longer previously when they used to sell lontong too but had stopped in recent months.Spicy and sweet with a sourish tinge of assam, the savory gravy complements the fine bee hoon very well. Topped with egg and bean curd, this mee siam is definitely value for money. continue reading
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Level4 2011-03-14
15 views
Chinese style Mee Siam and Lontong are served here. The Mee Siam is simply delicious, you can upgrade to $3.00 for a bigger portion, it's not as oily as most of the others and more importantly, the gravy is just too tasty, so gotta finish every single last drop.The Lontong is nice too, not too rich, so you will have almost no guilty feeling. Some of the regulars have an unique way of eating their Mee Siam and Lontong, they requested to mix both together in a plate. Well, i couldn't quite imagine how does it going to taste like, it sounded too messy to me. The queue can be crazily long in the morning. continue reading
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