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2013-11-08 299 views
Recently came here for breakfast dad when he suggested this stall as he got cravings for it. It's been a while since my last visit to this hawker centre! When you reach the stall, can already see a queue of loyal fans! Happily start eating when a bowl of piping hot sheng mian arrived at my table! Love the simple and sweet broth which goes so well with the bowl of sheng mian. Noodles texture is nice with fresh ingredients! I find the portion just nice for me too. ( Review from mobile )
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Recently came here for breakfast dad when he suggested this stall as he got cravings for it. It's been a while since my last visit to this hawker centre! 

When you reach the stall, can already see a queue of loyal fans! Happily start eating when a bowl of piping hot sheng mian arrived at my table! 

Love the simple and sweet broth which goes so well with the bowl of sheng mian. Noodles texture is nice with fresh ingredients! I find the portion just nice for me too. 

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2013-10-29 88 views
these hand pulled noodles were a sight to behold. i liked to see them take rolls of flour and stretch them before pulling them apart into pieces and throwing them into boiling soup. now of course, in this bowl, the most important ingredient would be the noodles. the rest are just accessories. and how did the mains fare?to be honest? it was a little too hard for my liking. it tasted half cooked. the pieces were so thick i think cooking it any longer would just turn the soup into starch and not ha
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these hand pulled noodles were a sight to behold. i liked to see them take rolls of flour and stretch them before pulling them apart into pieces and throwing them into boiling soup.

now of course, in this bowl, the most important ingredient would be the noodles. the rest are just accessories. and how did the mains fare?
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to be honest? it was a little too hard for my liking. it tasted half cooked. the pieces were so thick i think cooking it any longer would just turn the soup into starch and not have any impact on the actual bite of the noodles. the accessories then? substantial. the soup could do with more taste though. that was easily solved by my chilli padis.
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2013-09-17 45 views
Was this the same store as the one in Toa Payoh market? I decided to give it a try. There was after all, a queue. Typical Singaporean behaviour. Skipped my usual ban mian and went for their sheng mian, dry. The three people in front of me all made orders for this.So.. was it worth the leap of faith?For $3, this was a substantial bowl of noodles. their mix of chilli sauce was a good flavour burst for the noodles. What I didn't like though, was their use of dark sauce that overwhelmed everything e
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Was this the same store as the one in Toa Payoh market?

I decided to give it a try. There was after all, a queue. Typical Singaporean behaviour.

Skipped my usual ban mian and went for their sheng mian, dry. The three people in front of me all made orders for this.

So.. was it worth the leap of faith?
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For $3, this was a substantial bowl of noodles. their mix of chilli sauce was a good flavour burst for the noodles. What I didn't like though, was their use of dark sauce that overwhelmed everything else and if you mixed it through, it'd make for a really unappetizing bowl of noodles.

Their noodles had a springy texture with a lot of bite. And i loved that they had prawns too.
But this wasn't the same as the taste of the stall at toa payoh. I didn't want to ask though, seeing as how long the queue was.

The soup though, was what the noodles were cooked in and that was a bowl of alkali tasting starchy bowl of soup. skip that.

I'll be back to try out their ban mian.


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2013-06-17 93 views
I have tried the soup version of mee hoon kueh last month and i came back this time to have the dry version of mee hoon kueh. The queue was still long this time. As each bowl is cooked individually and so long waiting time is expected. The dry version has to be ordered at $3. The portion is substantial to feed a hungry tummy. The pieces of mee hoon kueh were made from a handmade dough then cooked and drained off the water. It was then served with ingredients like prawns, ikan belis, minced meat
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I have tried the soup version of mee hoon kueh last month and i came back this time to have the dry version of mee hoon kueh. The queue was still long this time. As each bowl is cooked individually and so long waiting time is expected.
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The dry version has to be ordered at $3. The portion is substantial to feed a hungry tummy. The pieces of mee hoon kueh were made from a handmade dough then cooked and drained off the water. It was then served with ingredients like prawns, ikan belis, minced meat, vegetable and chilli.
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These pieces of mee hoon kueh were cooked well to give it the desirable texture and a likable chewiness. The chilli has added flavor to the overall taste. The well-balanced spiciness complemented nicely when tossed it well with the mee hoon kueh.
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The queue was still there after i done eating.

I guess this simple and comforting taste may be the possible reasons for such a constant queue.
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2013-05-09 32 views
Their queue was one of the longest in the food centre on a quiet Saturday afternoon. This is usually the sign of 2 things : good food or cheap food. It might be for both reasons too. I joined in the queue and waited for 15 minutes to order. The stall owner was cooking quite slowly and that somehow explained the long queue a bit. I ordered the $2.50 bowl of mee hoon kuay.The portion was quite generous served with ingredients like minced meat, lean meat, vegetable, prawn and poached egg. It might
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Their queue was one of the longest in the food centre on a quiet Saturday afternoon. This is usually the sign of 2 things : good food or cheap food. It might be for both reasons too. I joined in the queue and waited for 15 minutes to order. The stall owner was cooking quite slowly and that somehow explained the long queue a bit. I ordered the $2.50 bowl of mee hoon kuay.

The portion was quite generous served with ingredients like minced meat, lean meat, vegetable, prawn and poached egg. It might not be the best mee hoon kuey but i enjoyed the delightful homely taste. It tasted just like what my Grandpa used to cook for me. The texture of mee hoon kuey made from the handmade dough was a little lumpy with a bit of unevenness in thickness but in a good way. The soup base was rather light with a little peppery taste.

It was a simple yet enjoyable lunch.
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