270 Queen Street
#01-67 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre
Singapore 180270

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10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

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($4.50) I previously tried it at kallang bahru hawker centre but I didn't ordered signature version. So I decided to order it again and probably I did ordered in the past. Fried fish fillet have only one :") but the ingredients they still give plenty and not much :"(

Upgraded $4 instead of small size as too much batter inside the fish but still crispy and crunchy for outer skin even though I felt the fish cooked beforehand.

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Although this stall in Albert Center is not in the same league as Old Airport Road or Tiong Bahru, I have heard of them before and decided to give it a try today since I am in the area.

The portion is reasonable and you get value for money (3 pieces of fried fish, one large pork belly, one prawn fritter and a few slices of fish cake, all for $3). But for me, the most important thing for Lor Mee is the braised sauce or Lor. This must be the most watery Lor Mee I have ever had. You can actually spoon it up and let it flow off the spoon, much like a soup.

Should have gone for the other stall with the longer queue.

The Ma Bo lor mee came with a deep-fried battered fish, braised pork, ngoh hiang, fish cake, half braised egg, thick yellow noodles and thick and gooey braised gravy that is made with various Chinese herbs. The battered fish was served piping hot that is crispy on the outside and tender inside. The noodles were springy and I like that the gravy to noodles ratio was good that it does not get too dry in between. The gravy was well braised with a perfect gooey consistency that was neither too thick nor watery. Topped it off with some chilli, vinegar and chopped garlic for more heat and enhanced flavour 》$2.50

Fried fish lor mee @ $3

It's simply delicious and need no more words. Can add garlic, chilli and vinegar to your own liking. Quite a substantial amount for the price. There's also normal lor mee for $2.50, really cheap and good!

Factory line. They have everything on standby, just need your noodle type. If you want a topping like mine, they just top lor. It's decent. I remembered it as better.