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I was first greeted by the friendly Uncle when i approached the stall. He recommended their signature Punggol Noodle for only $2.50. It was generally a bowl of mee kia served with a handful of minced meat with slices of fishcake together with braised mushroom to serve. It tasted just like the usual bak chor mee. I would think the portion was pretty decent and worth it for the price. The nicely cooked mee kia has got a desired springiness with no alkaline taste that i detested and it tasted good
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I was first greeted by the friendly Uncle when i approached the stall. He recommended their signature Punggol Noodle for only $2.50.
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It was generally a bowl of mee kia served with a handful of minced meat with slices of fishcake together with braised mushroom to serve. It tasted just like the usual bak chor mee. I would think the portion was pretty decent and worth it for the price.
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The nicely cooked mee kia has got a desired springiness with no alkaline taste that i detested and it tasted good when tossed well with the sauce underneath. The level of spiciness was just right though i requested for an extra amount to be added. Bits of bean sprouts added to give it a delightful touch. There are plenty of fried pork lards available for self-service. Though sinful but a good way to enhance its general taste.

A decent eat if you happen to be in this food centre. I would be keen to try their handmade meatballs if i happen to be there again.
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