I think this might be the last few stalls there I’m gonna feature that is good and value for money. There are 3 more which I will attempt to try when I’m back in Singapore in June. One is the Nasi Lemak stall and the other is the Western Food stall. However this Lor Mee stall is worth mentioning.
The stall is manned by a father and son team, who are very friendly people even though they don’t look like they are. The lor mee comes in a big bowl and has loads of ingredients in it. Check it out:
Taste: Nice for me. Love it with loads of black vinegar and freshly chopped garlic… don’t talk to anyone upclose after that… you might kill them.
Portion: Above average
Price: $3.50… I wonder how big the bowl for $4.50… hmmm….
I’ve been eating this Lor Mee for the longest time so I’ve decided to try it again recently to see if the standard dropped or not.
As usual, the whole coffeeshop is managed by foreign talents from where my ancestors came from. Coffeeshop’s stalls are all under the same owner now cos all were wearing the same uniform… nevertheless I ordered my Lor Mee from the noodles stall.
Taste: Used to have that herbal after taste but now very mild only. But overall still very tasty.
Portion: $4 per bowl a lot of ingredients. I had like chunks of fish, chicken and ngoh hiang. And because of that, my beehoon and mee got lesser… sobs…
RTE: Yes definitely will return to eat when I have the Lor Mee craving! 🙂
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