[CLOSED] Tai Lei Loi Kei (NEX)

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23 Serangoon Central
#B2-15 NEX
Singapore 556083

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Curry crispy pork noodles ($7.90)

Curry was savoury and slightly spicy. Noodles were bouncy. Pork belly was crispy and the beansprouts added a nicr crunch to the bowl. Overall quite a nice bowl of noodles.

Salted egg chicken rice ($8.90+)

Ordered this for 1 for 1 with shopback go.
Portion of chicken is reasonable.. texture not too hard. Sauce is quite nice but can be too cloying towards the end.

My first mouthful was pretty pleasant. The beehoon soaked up the sauce well and it tasted flavourful. But as the meal continued, it started to feel too salty. I had to drink a lot of water after the meal:/. The pork was okay, nothing special. Overall for this price, I think it's just okay.

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Tried both their signature pork chop bun and polo pork chop bun ($6.90 each). The polo version is a good combination of sweet and savoury. Pork is nice and tender. Only wish is bun is toasted longer for the crisp✨

If you are craving for Macau food, you can visit this place as they sell quite a wide range of Macau food at a reasonable price. The egg tart is not too bad, however will be better if it is serve hot.

Well, they probably name it Portuguese as if it goes together with Portuguese egg tart. But it is just another version of Hokkien mee with good wok hei and horfun-like egg wash, stir-fried with thick bee hoon & a few strands of wholegrain noodles. It came with only 2-3 lala & 2 crunchy & juicy prawns & a few pieces of sotong. The staff was nice to ask whether I wanted red chili padi or sambal belachan and I got both. The sambal belachan made the entire dish resemble hokkien mee even more.

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