51 Old Airport Road
#01-124 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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08:30am - 02:30pm

08:30am - 02:30pm

08:30am - 02:30pm

08:30am - 02:30pm

08:30am - 02:30pm

08:30am - 02:30pm

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There are several famous stalls selling Braised Noodles in Old Airport Food Center. Prices start from $3 (no fish meat) to $5 (additional ingredients). Ordered the $5 version and I have to say the serving is huge. Lots of braised pork belly, ngoh hiang, large chunks of mackerel fish meat and a whole braised egg cut into two. Above average as the β€œLor” was not as flavourful as others. The fish meat did compensate somewhat as they were huge pieces cut and scrapped off a large piece of fried mackerel.

But the queue and waiting time was a bummer. 35 mins in a moderate queue. And mine was the last bowl with braised pork belly at 12.30pm.

In my opinion, just as good as the other popular lor mee stall at old airport road fc! I filmed a video review of this stall. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/-ryAPuKeEWY

My kind of sunday brunch is digging into all these hawker food - and while i didnt get to try the famous Xin Mei Xiang lor mee as it wasn't open, this Tiong Bahru lor mee met my lor mee cravings.

For $5, you get a mix of fish, ngoh hiang, sliced pork in its sweet/savoury gravy. Loved the generous garlic and vinegar kick. The fish was slightly fishy in taste - but will definitely order the $5 again for its variety of liao

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Ok, to be honest, I am not into "lor mee" all that much. However, I would queue for this stall's, and unfailingly, I would order the largest portion (pictured above).
For me, it's all about the tastiness and quality of their food especially in terms of toppings, which by the way, is very good and fresh. We're talking crispy deep-fried fish skin (with some meat still attached), immaculately sliced stewed pork belly that's full of flavour, "ngoh hiang", "lu dan" (or egg that has been braised in a fragrant dark sauce) and big, long-ish chunks of fish meat. I don't know about you but I prefer my fish recognisable, so minuscule fish flakes are of no interest to me.
Service here gets an "A" as well. The hawker boss is always friendly, perfectly bilingual and very organised and efficient. Even when the queue looks dauntingly long, it moves pretty fast.
Do note that this stall is located at the back of Old Airport Road Hawker Centre, facing the big public car park. Unit no.: #01-124.

Sudden crave for Lor Mee. Joined in the queue and must as well get the $5.00 with extra fish πŸ˜‹
Location: Tiong Bahru Lor Mee, 51 Old Airport Road, #01-124, Singapore
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