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I've always loved my food to have a variety of ingredients so that I don't get too tired after eating the first few months. I discovered this hiyashi chuka which is basically cold noodles served with lots of different toppings at sakae sushi (just next door to this branch of MOF!) When I saw it after flipping through this thick MOF menu booklet, I spotted the hiyashi chuka and immediately ordered it! The service here is fast at times and slow at other, they were also many new staff around as mos
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I've always loved my food to have a variety of ingredients so that I don't get too tired after eating the first few months. I discovered this hiyashi chuka which is basically cold noodles served with lots of different toppings at sakae sushi (just next door to this branch of MOF!)
When I saw it after flipping through this thick MOF menu booklet, I spotted the hiyashi chuka and immediately ordered it!

The service here is fast at times and slow at other, they were also many new staff around as most of them were wearing their own black t-shirt which clearly differentiates them form the more senior waiters.
My food came pretty promptly after I ordered.
This was different from what I expected as the one at sakae sushi had carrots and bean-curd skin, while it was 'replaced' with chicken here. cost-wise, I guess chicken would be more worth it? However, presentation wise, I believe sakae sushi wins in this aspect as their ingredients were all cut into thin strips and laid out nicely. It was more of clumps of food at MOF.
It tasted pretty good and I could see the soup at the bottom, compared to sakae sushi which was less wet. The ramen was springy and easy to bite.
There were also tamago, cucumber, crabmeat and some seaweed garnishes.

To compare the two wouldn't really be fair as they used different ingredients, but I think I prefer the one at MOF as it is less dry and the ingredients seem more worth it! (Less jap-feel but perhaps catered more to the singaporean tastebuds)
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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