132 Jurong Gateway Road
Singapore 600132

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Only $5.50 for slow braised pig trotter, so soft that it break with spoon.
With fluffy rice.

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From 桑林海鲜
河粉 $4
Yummy plate of zichar style flat rice noodles with seafood & green vegetables.

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face ban mian has always been my go-to ban mian place in the neighbourhood, with a number of outlets spread around Jurong area.
my usual order of dry pork belly you mian has always satisfied me. the delicious minced meat and pork belly, coupled with the crunch from ikan bilis and vegetables, and the chewy noodles, this is easily my idea of a perfect meal. not forgetting the soup (with egg) which finishes this meal off on a perfect note.

Stumbled upon this by chance. The stall is located inside a food court in a HDB block.

There were 20 people in the queue before me on a Saturday afternoon but it was fast moving. You get a queue number after payment and the wait was slightly less than 1min per person.

I liked how they serve an ear of corn in every bowl of soup, even if you order 1 portion.


I'm a frequent visitor at this stall if need a noodle fix. They got me coming back for the soft boil (and entire😱) egg in their soup side! The broth and zhup is flavourful - kinda more towards the salty side.. so I opt to couple my meal with a drink, usually.

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First look and I almost thought Bishan's Ding Ji Bar Chor Mee has moved here. A quick Google search showed this chain is by FeiSiong and it has quite a number of stalls in SG. What caught my eye though, was (obviously) the lava egg!!! Other toppings apart from the usuals were the breaded scallop and meat roll (?). The egg, mushrooms and noodles were good, I liked the strong vinegar kick but would have preferred lesser sauce for the noodles to retain some qq-ness! The default sauce is also more on the sweet end from the ketchup used. Their normal bar chor mee is at $3.50 and I would think a dollar top up is still quite worth it for this decent bowl.

📍鼎记 Ding Ji Teochew Noodle
FoodClique, 132 Jurong East Street 13