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Normally this place has a very long queue. When it first open here in Marine Terrace, I was told I had to wait 40 mins and take a number, this take up a lot of the coffeeshop tables, with customers waiting for their number to come up in the digital board. Now the digital board is gone but you still have to queue in front of the stall to put in your order and pick it up. There is still a queue but at least it free up the table for other stall customers.I was surprised on Wed breakfast time, there
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Normally this place has a very long queue. When it first open here in Marine Terrace, I was told I had to wait 40 mins and take a number, this take up a lot of the coffeeshop tables, with customers waiting for their number to come up in the digital board. Now the digital board is gone but you still have to queue in front of the stall to put in your order and pick it up. There is still a queue but at least it free up the table for other stall customers.
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I was surprised on Wed breakfast time, there were only a few people queuing, so I decided to try the dry Mee Pok a 2nd time. I only wait 5 mins with 3 persons ahead of me. I ordered the $3 with additional $1 for fish dumpling. For extra $1 I got 4 more fish dumplings. For a $3 bowl of noodle you get 1 fresh prawn, 1 fish dumpling, 2 fish balls & a few slices of fish cake. The chilli sauce that coat the noodle has only the hot factor but no other taste ; no sambal fragrant. The noodle was stuck together in a big lump and need a bit of the tasty soup to loosen it. The soup taste like it has prawn stock, which gives the soup its sweetness. Maybe it is better to order the soup version at this stall.

I still prefer the Dry Mee Pok in Siglap. See my earlier review http://sg.openrice.com/singapore/restaurant/commentdetail.htm?commentid=12553
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
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2012-08-22