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The stall was located in North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre, walking distance from Lavender MRT station. Price ranging from $4 for the basic to $6 for the Treasure version.Treasure Lor Mee ($6)Bee hoon was the only choice of noodle as the rest were sold out. The serving was huge and packed with braised egg, five spice roll, braised pork belly and chucks of deep fried fish, topped with chill sauce and minced garlic.A lot of liao in it. Tasted not bad too.
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The stall was located in North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre, walking distance from Lavender MRT station. Price ranging from $4 for the basic to $6 for the Treasure version.
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Treasure Lor Mee ($6)
Bee hoon was the only choice of noodle as the rest were sold out. The serving was huge and packed with braised egg, five spice roll, braised pork belly and chucks of deep fried fish, topped with chill sauce and minced garlic.
A lot of liao in it. Tasted not bad too.
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2013-10-01 120 views
saw a queue here so i ordered a bowl of traditional lor mee for takeaway. it costs $3.00. There is also fish fillet lor mee for $4 and treasures lor mee for $5 which I suppose has more ingredients. The traditional lor mee has some fried fish fillet too. The gravy was not starchy and the noodles were soft and springy. the fatty pork meat was not really fatty so it is great for the health-conscious. this was worth the $3 paid
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saw a queue here so i ordered a bowl of traditional lor mee for takeaway. it costs $3.00. There is also fish fillet lor mee for $4 and treasures lor mee for $5 which I suppose has more ingredients. The traditional lor mee has some fried fish fillet too. The gravy was not starchy and the noodles were soft and springy. the fatty pork meat was not really fatty so it is great for the health-conscious.

this was worth the $3 paid

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2013-09-19 107 views
There were three types of lor mee for sale at this stall. I ordered the cheapest version which was called the Traditional Lor Mee at $3.00. There were also some awards certificate being displayed at the signboard so I decided to try it out. There were some fatty and tender pork, fried fish and a half hard boiled egg. Gravy was not bad but not fantastic.The best lor mee I had tried got to be the one from Old Airport Road!
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There were three types of lor mee for sale at this stall. I ordered the cheapest version which was called the Traditional Lor Mee at $3.00. There were also some awards certificate being displayed at the signboard so I decided to try it out. There were some fatty and tender pork, fried fish and a half hard boiled egg. Gravy was not bad but not fantastic.

The best lor mee I had tried got to be the one from Old Airport Road!
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