4A Eunos Crescent
#01-25 Eunos Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 402004

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Sunday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The noodles were not unpleasant despite being yellow, the gravy is mildy sweet but very good, it's incredibly warm and addictive, and it has a strong garlic edge. Pork was well marinated but a little bit tough

One of the best for sure

At first it seems like there’s little ingredients, but actually most of it are hide under the gravy.

Their fried fish is interestingly soft inside. Comes with braised pork and fried meatballs. I like the thick and flavourful gravy as well.

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From Fu Chun Laksa Lor Mee
卤面
Joined the queue with mixture of regular customers, Laksa and Lor Mee fans, indeed a class of its own, handcrafted noodles in thick savoury sauce.
Look at that amount of ingredients, well worth the price.

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Long queues at hawker centres are never a pleasant experience (think hot weather and dozen of humans excuse me-ing you with their tray of food). For those who dread queuing for Xin Mei Xiang Lor Mee at Old Airport Road, go try this stall near Eunos MRT. Way shorter queue and yummy bowl! The gravy is v flavourful on its own, so go easy on the chilli paste as it might be a lil salty for the taste bud. Wrack the chilli padi if you want the heat for your noodles 🔥

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The lor mee comes with ample amount of shredded meat, big chunks of fried fish, fried meatballs and half of a braised egg for just $3. You can put the condiments by yourself.

The soup is pretty thick and not so starchy. The fried fish is crispy and the inside is tender. Overall, it’s a pretty good bowl of lor mee and it’s really worth it for $3.

Verdict: 3.5/5

P.S. : I was one of the last few customers for the day and the laksa was sold out at 13:00. The stall is closed every Monday and Tuesday.

There's always a perpetual queue at this popular lor mee stall near Eunos MRT, but it's still shorter than Xin Mei Xiang, and my preference is for this stall's version over the latter's.

The magic is in the thick but not starchy braising sauce that already has the perfect balance of sweet, salty and sour without the need for additional vinegar, but that condiment, along with minced garlic, cut chilli, coriander and a sourish sambal is provided for you to add to your own taste.

For its price, there's an ample amount of ingredients, including thin slices of five spice seasoned pork belly, two crispy pork nuggets, half a braised egg, and what I deem a cut above the rather boring fish flakes used by their more famous counterparts - two golden fried fish fritters that were crispy yet moist and tender, with ample flaky fish within.

Fu Chun Laksa Lor Mee, Unit 01-25
Eunos Crescent Market & Food Center
Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

Taste: 4/5

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