Portion is decent for $3 with all sort of ingredients such as Minced meat, fishcake, fish dumpling, fishballs and meat ball. The handmade fishballs are definitely super fresh and bouncy. The savoury sauce, mixed with vinegar, fish sauce, lard oil, chilli, blended perfectly well with the springy noodles. The soup is light and great.

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For just $3, the pork ribs served was very generous. A sweet flavoury Char Siew sauce was added on top to enhance the taste. The Pork Ribs was tender, juicy and finger lickin good. The Chicken Rice is also subtly flavored, with hints of chicken broth in every bite. Complement with their lime hot sauce is all the dish needs to fill you up for the day.

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I like my Lor Mee to serve with Beehoon and Yellow noodle so that I can appraise both of them. The Yellow Noodles was slurpy and Beehoon was flavourful as it absorbs the taste of thick starchy gravy made with eggs, cornstarch and spices. The Lor Mee was enriched with crispy crackers, fried fish cakes, hard-boiled eggs and pork belly slices. Best to add more Chilli, Vinegar and Garlic to suit your taste. Really Yummy!

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Tried their Braised Duck set for $3.50, portion is generous and they are absolutely delicious. A savoury sauce was added on top to intensify the taste. Duck meat was juicy, tender and fatty while the yam rice was fluffy and fragrant. The soup was light and you can smell the aromatic herbal flavour. Ideal to combine with their superb Sambal Chilli for a perfect meal.

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Char Siew Cheong Fun is the classic combination and their best-seller. The silky smooth Cheong Fun is rather thin, springy and melt right in your mouth. You can taste its savoury sweet flavour of their Char Siew as they are seasoned well. The Hong Kong style sauce was made from a right mixture of dark and light soy sauce with sesame oil to make it slightly sweet and not too salty. Absolutely delicious if you complement it with their savoury chilli sauce.

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Tried their Braised Duck Rice set for $4.50 and find it reasonable in view of the generous portion of Duck Meat, Tofu, Salted Vege and Egg. A savoury sauce was added to both the ingredients and Yam Rice to intensify the taste. Duck meat was tender, moist and fatty while the yam rice was fluffy and fragrant. The soup served was prepared for their kway chap and you can smell the aromatic herbal flavour. Don’t miss out on their sambal chilli as they are super delicious. Overall, a perfect combination of sweetness, saltiness and aromatic.

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The gravy of the Mee Rebus was thick and very aromatic as you can smell the different types of spicies used. You can tasted the sweetness of the sweet potatoes and spiciness of the lemongrass, ginger and chilli right after the first mouth. Ingredients include Yellow noodles, Sprouts, Tofu, Egg, Green chilli and more. They even squeezed in a lime for you to enhance the taste. Absolutely yummy!

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Tried their Fish Ball Mee Pok Noodle and was impressed by the fragrant (vinegar, chilli and pork lard oil) and springiness of the noodles. The fishballs are soft, bouncy and tasty. Make it a perfect match with some minced meat, lean meat and fish cakes slices. The broth was simple, clear and not too salty.

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The stall is pretty popular selling 2 types of fish mainly sliced batang fish soup (S$6 or S$8) and sliced red garoupa soup (S$10 or S$12). To my surprise, my bowl of fish soup was very clear and simple. Unlike other traditional fish soup stalls, no tofu, no tomato, no seaweed or lard is added and you can only find few slices of fish and some Tang Oh vegetable. This is truly the traditional Teochew style to retain the original taste of the fish.

Overall, you can taste the distinctly natural sweetness and saltiness of the soup and the freshness of the fish slices. It could be much better if the stall can be a bit more generous with the fish.

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The taste of the Mee Soto soup was fantastic, full of flavour and not too salty. The Shredded Chicken was pretty tasty and very generous. The noodles was slurpy with crunchy sprouts at bottom. Also beware of their padi chilli as they are super hot and spicy!

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Tried the bigger portion Lor Mee for $4 and it made me really happy. The noodles was slurpy, gravy was thick and full of umami flavour with lots of ingredients. Ingredients include fried wanton, braised egg, ngoh hiang, fried fish and strips of pork belly. Everything was so perfectly blended together just like they were made for each other. Remember to add Vinegar, Garlic and Chilli to further enhanced the taste.

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Love their Bak Chor Noodle as it came with a generous serving of ingredients ( Minced Pork, Meatballs, Braised Mushrooms and Pig Livers). Best to add their crispy beancurd skin for extra $1 as it’s really crispy and crunchy. The noodle was full of Umami flavour and springy. Soup was not too salty and the pig livers was cooked just right as it get harden if overcooked. Overall, it’s absolutely delicious.

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