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Found out that this stall just opened in golden mile and I must say I was really pretty impressed with their noodles!

Their Ah Gong Signature Noodles ($5.50) came with an abundant amount of ingredients, including pork balls, pork slices and pork liver. Their pork slices are pretty tender and though their pork slices may be thin and some were overcooked, they were not gamey at all. Soup is not too sweet and is flavourful!

Their noodles were tossed in a very old school flavoured sauce, that used mainly chilli, ketchup, vinegar and lard. The addition of fried shallots definitely gave the noodles more umami flavour. Loved how they were springy too!

Definitely a satisfying bowl for lunch! So glad I added more noodles 😍

10 nett portion available

I'm annoyed this place hasn't had any proper review or a page, it's been open for years.

Quintessential prawn mee broth, very well executed. The prawn was sweet but stuck to the shell, and doesn't have much meat. The pork ribs were dry and slightly tough. Pigtail was perfectly tender tho, and was very pure which I loved.

From Liang seah street pork rib prawn noodle B1-54

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Had this mac & cheese ($5.50) from Ashes Burnnit. It is quite cheesy but I feel that there is lack of ingredients. Although there is meat option for $7.50, it is expensive for that price.

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Ordered the dry and the soup beef noodle. The taste is as good as last time with the sauce, meat and soup. However, I was disappointed with the sauce is much smaller than last time.

I know the rising cost etc but this is a bit too much for me

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There’s only a few western food stall here and Eighty Eight Western Food is one of them, considering a much hidden one as it located in a much forgotten side of this hawker centre ar level 2.

They also served some old school western food and the pork chop I have was tasty, not too hard to eat.

We wouldn’t short of Taiwanese food options, as you see more and more places offering it.

Wen Li Taiwanese Stall is another new place to go for some Taiwanese foods, at Golden Mile Food Centre.

In case you couldn’t decide what to order, they offer 2 types of set that you can choose from.

I gotten the set A, which consists of braised pork rice, popcorn chicken, soiled boiled egg and cucumber salad.

The braised pork rice was tasty and soft. While the popcorn chicken was seasoned well and easy to eat. It is consider great value for $6.80.