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Though I was not a fan of Curry Noodles, but I was always the curious diner. I wanted to try “the most famous stall” from my friend’s mouth, he highly recommended the stall located at a humble neighbourhood hawker. Situated at Bedok area, the stall was good maintained and clean. Self-service basis, friendly ladyboss to serve patrons.Chilli paste added was seasoned well without preservative creamer, yet full of coconut milk fragrance. There was pleasant savouriness, soup was fiery red in colour.
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Though I was not a fan of Curry Noodles, but I was always the curious diner. I wanted to try “the most famous stall” from my friend’s mouth, he highly recommended the stall located at a humble neighbourhood hawker. Situated at Bedok area, the stall was good maintained and clean. Self-service basis, friendly ladyboss to serve patrons.
Curry Chicken Noodle
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Chilli paste added was seasoned well without preservative creamer, yet full of coconut milk fragrance. There was pleasant savouriness, soup was fiery red in colour. Flavour was mild and not too spicy, warmly soupy in every spoon. The bowl was the old-style version, chicken was freshly tender without overcooked. Nicely spice aroma, yellow noodles were wholly absorb its essence. $4.00 for my lunch, the price was quite wallet friendly.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-10
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Curry Chicken Noodle