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I have been in love with the Cantonese Fried Yee Mee after the first try, the very Chinese-style of cooking manner. In fact there are many different types of noodle in this Zi Char stall, Menu in photo was quite complete and extensive. S-11 was a bustling hawker foodcourt during dinner hour, luckily our waiting time was that long. Created a nice aroma and flavourful taste since it was stir-fried, thinly chewy and evenly mixed up. Ingredients such as cuttlefish, small shrimps, pork, egg and bean
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I have been in love with the Cantonese Fried Yee Mee after the first try, the very Chinese-style of cooking manner. In fact there are many different types of noodle in this Zi Char stall, Menu in photo was quite complete and extensive. S-11 was a bustling hawker foodcourt during dinner hour, luckily our waiting time was that long.
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Created a nice aroma and flavourful taste since it was stir-fried, thinly chewy and evenly mixed up. Ingredients such as cuttlefish, small shrimps, pork, egg and bean sprouts were added, portion was rather huge. Shredded cabbages were generously put on top, as a dressing and well-decorated. Taste was just nice without overly salty, soy sauce was in right amount. My plate was priced at $4.50, reasonable for me.
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My friend ordered Yang Zhou Fried Rice, colourful appearance was tempting. Decent and homely taste, the plate was a perfect mix. Assorted veggies added to enhance the freshness of rice and seafood. Price for rice was same as noodle, $4.50.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-08
Spending Per Head
$5 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Fried Yee Mee
  • Fried Rice