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I have a minimum standard for food and that is i pay what i eat. For example i don't expect a steak to cost any lesser than 12 bucks though there are some and i don't expect a plate of mee goreng from an indian muslim shop to cost $50...I went to food republic.. i knew it was a bit expensive... it was either i was dreaming or there was a sudden inflation in the pricing of the beef... Ok if you have beef that costs 6 bucks im cool with it... But i was shocked as i handed them my $10 note and got
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I have a minimum standard for food and that is i pay what i eat. For example i don't expect a steak to cost any lesser than 12 bucks though there are some and i don't expect a plate of mee goreng from an indian muslim shop to cost $50...

I went to food republic.. i knew it was a bit expensive... it was either i was dreaming or there was a sudden inflation in the pricing of the beef...

Ok if you have beef that costs 6 bucks im cool with it... But i was shocked as i handed them my $10 note and got a change of $4. I walked back to my seat and i was hoping that this must be some pretty damn good beef noodles... I took a lime and a chili saucer filled with chili and i said... "DAMN"

So as i tasted it... i was like errr.... i have tasted better... the beef to my horror was paper thin... paper thin! PAPER THIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously? i couldnt taste anything...

The soup is supposed to be the key ingredient but hadadut... it was definetly not... i had to put lots of pepper to calm myself down.
I may never purchase a $6 Beef Noodle especially from here...
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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  • Beef Noodles