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Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/06/guang-tai.htmlI came across Guang Tai during one of the dinners in Jurong area on a Sunday evening. It was rather quiet as most of the stalls were closed for the day or not operating on a Sunday. Guang Tai signboard was a little different from the rest with his red and blue lightings.Guang Tai bowl of Lor Mee was fully filled almost to the top with its gravy and ingredients with the usuer ingredients like Ngoh Hiong, Fish cakes, braised belly meats. It
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I came across Guang Tai during one of the dinners in Jurong area on a Sunday evening. It was rather quiet as most of the stalls were closed for the day or not operating on a Sunday. Guang Tai signboard was a little different from the rest with his red and blue lightings.
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Guang Tai bowl of Lor Mee was fully filled almost to the top with its gravy and ingredients with the usuer ingredients like Ngoh Hiong, Fish cakes, braised belly meats. It was a pleasant surprise to have tasted such a special bowl of Lor Mee in Jurong as their "Lor Chap" (gravy) was infused with herbs. Not only that the braised meats were nicely prepared and flavourful.
Lor Mee - $4 (Big)
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All along I would have thought that Lor Mee in Hawker Centre was pretty
ordinary, with salty dark brown gravy, having not much of braised taste
but this bowl from Guang Tai had given me a different view instead.

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$4 (Dinner)
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Lor Mee - $4 (Big)