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As the round market is within walking distance from my house, I have eaten at this popular stall a couple of times already and would never get sick of it as their menu is pretty extensive! They are famous for their sarawak kolo mee, which every first timer here have to try! However, my favourite from this stall is their dumplings! Each dumpling is so crunchy and generously filled, and you can choose to have them in soup or with noodles!
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As the round market is within walking distance from my house, I have eaten at this popular stall a couple of times already and would never get sick of it as their menu is pretty extensive! They are famous for their sarawak kolo mee, which every first timer here have to try! However, my favourite from this stall is their dumplings! Each dumpling is so crunchy and generously filled, and you can choose to have them in soup or with noodles!
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2014-01-19 48 views
This is a really popular stall at Tampines Round Market and you must be prepared to wait atleast 15-20 minutes on a weekend! I have always wondered how the Spinach noodles on their menu taste like and decided to try it today! Sadly, it did not had any spinach flavour and the noodles tasted like the normal mee kia. Their wantons and char siew are still good!
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This is a really popular stall at Tampines Round Market and you must be prepared to wait atleast 15-20 minutes on a weekend! I have always wondered how the Spinach noodles on their menu taste like and decided to try it today! Sadly, it did not had any spinach flavour and the noodles tasted like the normal mee kia. Their wantons and char siew are still good!
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2013-12-16 73 views
You could always spot a long waiting queue in front of this kolo mee stall, especially during the lunch rush hour, the queue can easily be 20 - 30 people. However, it definitely worth the wait. The kolo is authentically good. It's filled with lots of ingredients: pork ribs are nicely stewed, very soft texture and rich in flavour. The char siew could be slightly dry, but the taste of the noodles as a whole is simply yummy.
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You could always spot a long waiting queue in front of this kolo mee stall, especially during the lunch rush hour, the queue can easily be 20 - 30 people. However, it definitely worth the wait. The kolo is authentically good. It's filled with lots of ingredients: pork ribs are nicely stewed, very soft texture and rich in flavour. The char siew could be slightly dry, but the taste of the noodles as a whole is simply yummy.
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2013-10-27 36 views
This stall is famous for their sarawak kolo mee but having ordered that a couple of times before, I wanted to try their other food items! I ordered their Ipoh Hor Fun which came with shredded chicken and wantons! I didn't expect it to come with wantons and there were 5 of them! It is certainly worth it for $3! I love the wantons from this stall and the texture of their Ipoh hor fun is good! The sauce made the whole dish tastier!
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This stall is famous for their sarawak kolo mee but having ordered that a couple of times before, I wanted to try their other food items! I ordered their Ipoh Hor Fun which came with shredded chicken and wantons! I didn't expect it to come with wantons and there were 5 of them! It is certainly worth it for $3! I love the wantons from this stall and the texture of their Ipoh hor fun is good! The sauce made the whole dish tastier!
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2013-10-08 47 views
We were back at Tampines market to buy lunch again. This time, we choose the other stall that is also with the snake queue to see if it's really good. We bought the signature Sarawak Kolo Mee and it's really yummy. The noodles are all handmade and it's very springy. Char siew is sweet; ingredients in dumpling are fresh; the braised pork are also tender & sweet. Chili on the hand is a little bland
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We were back at Tampines market to buy lunch again. This time, we choose the other stall that is also with the snake queue to see if it's really good. We bought the signature Sarawak Kolo Mee and it's really yummy. The noodles are all handmade and it's very springy. Char siew is sweet; ingredients in dumpling are fresh; the braised pork are also tender & sweet. Chili on the hand is a little bland
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2013-10-04 49 views
the famous long queue stall in tampines round market, they have opened a branch in chinatown hawker centre, same thing but a bit expensive price here, maybe because of location, like their kolo mee very much, very unique to this stall, with a bowl full of ingredients, quality is good except the stall is always very slow, need patience to queue, we normally order the assorted mix one as shown, we can eat all their famous wanton and ribs at same time,their kolo mee is addictive, can't find anywher
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the famous long queue stall in tampines round market, they have opened a branch in chinatown hawker centre, same thing but a bit expensive price here, maybe because of location, like their kolo mee very much, very unique to this stall, with a bowl full of ingredients, quality is good except the stall is always very slow, need patience to queue, we normally order the assorted mix one as shown, we can eat all their famous wanton and ribs at same time,their kolo mee is addictive, can't find anywhere else in singapore, not bad, for this pricing and hope their service faster, i would go back eat if i got craving again.
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2013-09-23 18 views
This wanton mee stall is one of those stalls with long snaking queues every weekend! If you are not the patient type, I strongly advise you to come on a weekday if you can as their queue is significantly shorter! Roughly around 1 to 3 people infront of you. Their signature food item is the Sarawak Kolo Mee, however I prefer their wanton mee instead! I guess it's because I find that kolo mee tasted like instant noodles. The most basic set gives you the kolo/wanton mee with fried wantons, boiled w
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This wanton mee stall is one of those stalls with long snaking queues every weekend! If you are not the patient type, I strongly advise you to come on a weekday if you can as their queue is significantly shorter! Roughly around 1 to 3 people infront of you. Their signature food item is the Sarawak Kolo Mee, however I prefer their wanton mee instead! I guess it's because I find that kolo mee tasted like instant noodles. The most basic set gives you the kolo/wanton mee with fried wantons, boiled wantons, char siew and veggie. I love their wantons, very meaty! There are a few sets available and one of them included pork ribs in it! I have tried a few versions before and the one I like best is the basic wanton mee set. Their pork ribs are quite dry and boney and I very much prefer their yummy wantons and char siew!

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2013-06-20 46 views
I was working in Tampines yesterday and had my lunch at the tampines round market. The kolo noodles was nice. I like their springy noodles especially it mixed with their home made chili, which brings the best out of the world. Their sauce is superb, there is a slight sweet aftertaste which makes people want to try more. The pork meat they gave was slightly fatty and since i am on diet, this is definitely a big no no for me. There is both fried and boiled wanton available on my kolo mee. I prefer
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I was working in Tampines yesterday and had my lunch at the tampines round market. The kolo noodles was nice. I like their springy noodles especially it mixed with their home made chili, which brings the best out of the world. Their sauce is superb, there is a slight sweet aftertaste which makes people want to try more. The pork meat they gave was slightly fatty and since i am on diet, this is definitely a big no no for me. There is both fried and boiled wanton available on my kolo mee. I prefer the boiled one as can do a comparison with the boiled wanton on the noodles and the fried wanton on the last pictures. The boiled wanton is bigger in size and had more meat in it whereas the fried one smaller and with little meat in it, however, it is crispier due to the 'skin' of the wanton.
Each KOLO MEE costs $4, which i think is too expensive in a market place. But i will definitely come again for it good taste.
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2013-04-30 11 views
The FoodI ordered a bowl of kolo mee which comes with wide variety of ingredients eg one fried wanton, two steamed wanton, one prawn dumpling, one piece of pork rib and several slices of char siew. The springy noodles with a distinctive egg flavour blends very well with the savory and salty authentic sauce. What I liked most is the large prawn dumpling which is extremely delicious and the tasty and tender pork rib.The PriceReasonably priced at $3 per bowlOverallI will definitely come back again
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I ordered a bowl of kolo mee which comes with wide variety of ingredients eg one fried wanton, two steamed wanton, one prawn dumpling, one piece of pork rib and several slices of char siew. The springy noodles with a distinctive egg flavour blends very well with the savory and salty authentic sauce. What I liked most is the large prawn dumpling which is extremely delicious and the tasty and tender pork rib.

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Reasonably priced at $3 per bowl

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I will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this!
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This stall just as it claims certainly serves Yummy Sarawak Kolo Mee! It is not only yummy because of the taste but also very generous. Stick to the normal size, upsizing it will be a little too much, causing you to suffer from diminishing marginal returns. Ha! The noodles are wonderful especially if you do not like the alkaline taste in some yellow noodles. Apparently the noodles are imported from Sarawak. They taste more like the handmade noodles kind. This plate of noodles comes with char sie
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This stall just as it claims certainly serves Yummy Sarawak Kolo Mee! It is not only yummy because of the taste but also very generous. Stick to the normal size, upsizing it will be a little too much, causing you to suffer from diminishing marginal returns. Ha! The noodles are wonderful especially if you do not like the alkaline taste in some yellow noodles. Apparently the noodles are imported from Sarawak. They taste more like the handmade noodles kind. This plate of noodles comes with char siew, fried dumpling, normal dumpling, veggie and generous amount of pork. Of course good eats like this comes with a long waiting time. Be prepared to stand in line for at least 10minute during peak hour.
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2012-07-13 12 views
Enjoy a memorable dinner with your loved one under the cozy ambience of candlelight and soothing music of sentimental love songs. Experience the nostalgic feeling when you dine in the dim lighting, surrounded by wooden walls, tinted windows, beautiful paintings and checkered table cloths. In addition, the experienced staff are friendly and approachable, and never fail to make you feel comfortable at all times.What is even more worthwhile mentioning, is that every time upon leaving the restaurant
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Enjoy a memorable dinner with your loved one under the cozy ambience of candlelight and soothing music of sentimental love songs. Experience the nostalgic feeling when you dine in the dim lighting, surrounded by wooden walls, tinted windows, beautiful paintings and checkered table cloths. In addition, the experienced staff are friendly and approachable, and never fail to make you feel comfortable at all times.

What is even more worthwhile mentioning, is that every time upon leaving the restaurant, I feel the satisfaction of having a sumptuous dinner and a lasting impression which no other restaurant can give.
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Unlike other Kolo Mee, I think the version selling here are more fragrant and the ingredients in it are also more generous. The not too thick handmade noodles is really the highlight on this stall as it is really chewy and not easily breakable. The portion served here is generous and well like by people like me who needs to eat bigger portion. The minced meat here is cooked nicely with their in house special sauce that make it taste extremely fragrant. Lots of green vegetables and beansprout
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Unlike other Kolo Mee, I think the version selling here are more fragrant and the ingredients in it are also more generous. The not too thick handmade noodles is really the highlight on this stall as it is really chewy and not easily breakable. The portion served here is generous and well like by people like me who needs to eat bigger portion. The minced meat here is cooked nicely with their in house special sauce that make it taste extremely fragrant. Lots of green vegetables and beansprouts are added in it too which make the noodles taste quite crunchy during every mouthful of it.
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2012-01-12 28 views
First time trying kolo mee here. It come with wanton,cha siew,minced pork & some vegetablesAt first glance it seems a little colourless & tasteless, but after a mouthful I was quite surprised. The noodles are delightfully springy, it tasted very uncomplicated & clean, yet still had a subtle flavour of the char siew oil.
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First time trying kolo mee here. It come with wanton,cha siew,minced pork & some vegetables
At first glance it seems a little colourless & tasteless, but after a mouthful I was quite surprised. The noodles are delightfully springy, it tasted very uncomplicated & clean, yet still had a subtle flavour of the char siew oil.
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At first sight,i though this stall serves the same Sarawak kolo mee which i had eaten in Marina Square and i remember it is not cheap at minimum $8 for a bowl but over here the pricing are $3/$4/$5.Had the wanton mee at $3 and the serving comes in a normal plate unlike the one i had in Marina Square.The mee is cooked till very chewy and the wanton is tasty as well as the sio pai chye cooked just crunchy and the black sauce for the mee is very tasty however the bowl of soup is very plain.
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At first sight,i though this stall serves the same Sarawak kolo mee which i had eaten in Marina Square and i remember it is not cheap at minimum $8 for a bowl but over here the pricing are $3/$4/$5.
Had the wanton mee at $3 and the serving comes in a normal plate unlike the one i had in Marina Square.The mee is cooked till very chewy and the wanton is tasty as well as the sio pai chye cooked just crunchy and the black sauce for the mee is very tasty however the bowl of soup is very plain.
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