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I wonder why it took me so long to find this gem. It is at a deserted part of smith street market, same section as the famous Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Food. I was drawn to the smell of fish soup and fried hor fun. When i saw the fire that erupted from the wok while the uncle was frying the hor fun, I knew that this will be good! I know this will certainly achieve the wok hei taste that is unfortunately absent in most hor fun these days. Anyway I order the bittergourd silce fish hor fun. It was certai
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I wonder why it took me so long to find this gem. It is at a deserted part of smith street market, same section as the famous Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Food. I was drawn to the smell of fish soup and fried hor fun. When i saw the fire that erupted from the wok while the uncle was frying the hor fun, I knew that this will be good! I know this will certainly achieve the wok hei taste that is unfortunately absent in most hor fun these days. Anyway I order the bittergourd silce fish hor fun. It was certainly a deliciously addictive meal! Will be back to try the other dishes. I wish all hor fun sellers will fry their hor fun on the spot, like this stall, instead of just scooping from a bucket of pre-fried hor fun
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and pouring gravy over it.
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$5 (Dinner)
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  • Bittergourd slice fish hor fun