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Qiji was targeting to create and serve the most traditional local delight, it attracted many patrons and received positive comments. The brand was now expanded into franchise, offered catering service as well. The concept was similar to the fast food chain, we queued up, ordered and paid while collecting our food. The process was pretty much quick and fuss-free, service was friendly prompt. Having my quick bite lunch, I ordered signature Malay cuisine. It was worth to mention about, savoury an
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Qiji was targeting to create and serve the most traditional local delight, it attracted many patrons and received positive comments. The brand was now expanded into franchise, offered catering service as well. The concept was similar to the fast food chain, we queued up, ordered and paid while collecting our food. The process was pretty much quick and fuss-free, service was friendly prompt.
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Having my quick bite lunch, I ordered signature Malay cuisine. It was worth to mention about, savoury and hearty broth to soak up redly fried meehoon. Hardboiled egg was cut into pieces, beautifully well-arranged on top of the dish. Crispy Tau Pok absorbed the sweet tangy broth, spicy sambal was putting aside. I stirred it up and enjoyed the mix, Mee Siam looked tempting and taste even better. $4.00 was affordable enough, humble yet delicious meal.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-20
Spending Per Head
$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Mee Siam