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One of the most underrated minced meat noodles I've ever had -San Yuan Gourmet at serangoon central provides excellent ba chor mee at even more fantastic heartland prices. At just $3 a bowl, this gem will really surprise you. The (mee kia) noodles are springy, with a hint of vinegar and a good dollop of chilli mixed in, make for the perfect fix when you're craving a bowl of hot noodles. You also get 2 fishballs, a generous amount of minced meat and sliced pork, as well as fragrant braised mushro
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One of the most underrated minced meat noodles I've ever had -San Yuan Gourmet at serangoon central provides excellent ba chor mee at even more fantastic heartland prices. At just $3 a bowl, this gem will really surprise you. The (mee kia) noodles are springy, with a hint of vinegar and a good dollop of chilli mixed in, make for the perfect fix when you're craving a bowl of hot noodles. You also get 2 fishballs, a generous amount of minced meat and sliced pork, as well as fragrant braised mushrooms.

Tastewise, it's all there -a perfect balance of saltiness, sweetness and the flavour of the meat coupled with a heavenly dash of anchovies (yes, this really made all the difference!). The anchovies really give this dish a different edge, the contrast in the texture and sinful savouriness of it just hits the spot!
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Definitely one of the best ba chor mees I've eaten save for Tai Wah at Lavender -if you liked that one, you'll appreciate this one too. It's a slighter less vinegar-heavy rendition of the popular local dish but one hundred percent delicious nonetheless.
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Date of Visit
2013-10-17
Spending Per Head
$3 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Ba Chor Mee