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I probably mention this way too much but one of my favourite dishes has to be beef noodle soup. While I usually prefer my beef roasted the western-style, I love slurping down the tasty beef broth that always accompanies the dish. To me, the noodles and slices of beef are simply fillers. Which is why when I went for lunch at Lao Beijing, I tried the Braised beef noodles to see if they were any good. Unfortunately, they fell short of my expectations because the soup tasted more like water rather t
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I probably mention this way too much but one of my favourite dishes has to be beef noodle soup. While I usually prefer my beef roasted the western-style, I love slurping down the tasty beef broth that always accompanies the dish. To me, the noodles and slices of beef are simply fillers.
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Which is why when I went for lunch at Lao Beijing, I tried the Braised beef noodles to see if they were any good. Unfortunately, they fell short of my expectations because the soup tasted more like water rather than anything. I guess the highlight of this dish is intended to be the braised beef pieces and the la mian but to me, if the soup is no good, the rest is negligible. It is also not cheap considering the price of $10~ so given the choice, I would go for my trusty hawker centre beef kway teow soup anyday.
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Date of Visit
2013-07-07
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$10