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Without hesitation, I asked for the dry version of the ban mian in mian kuey version (square noodles) because of the hot, hot, weather these past few days after my trip from Mustafa! Goodness gracious, how the noodle looked small and little compared to the usual full bowl of soup and noodles that it looked like a huge portion of noodle.For $3, the usual style with egg, pak choy and a dash of garlic and an additional wanton was not giving any sickening too-full-over-flour-meals. The dry soup tast
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Without hesitation, I asked for the dry version of the ban mian in mian kuey version (square noodles) because of the hot, hot, weather these past few days after my trip from Mustafa! Goodness gracious, how the noodle looked small and little compared to the usual full bowl of soup and noodles that it looked like a huge portion of noodle.

For $3, the usual style with egg, pak choy and a dash of garlic and an additional wanton was not giving any sickening too-full-over-flour-meals. The dry soup taste was rather sweet and I added more vinegar and soy sauce and it kinda muddled into the taste. It was a good break and for the price, it was a hearty portion!
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