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165 Bukit Merah Central
Singapore 150165

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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For unknown reasons, I actually liked this more than the last time. I was more receptive of the beef. Noodles and seasoning were delicious as usual.

The eatery provided a quick, fuss-free meal and self-service. You need to collect hot Black Pepper Braised Pork Ribs Noodles ($4.80) from the counter after the person called your order number. I realised fried sliced pork ribs was quite thin compared to last review that I wrote previously but the la mian serving was just nice for one person.

Much better than my virgin experience. The pork was of fine quality and executed well this time. Load up the classic Chinese chilli to enhance the rice.

The eatery provided a quick, fuss-free meal and self-service. You need to collect hot Stir-Fried Rice With Pork Ribs ($5.80) from the counter after the person called the number. I realised pork ribs serving was quite small but the rice serving was quite average.

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For a plate of wallet-friendly Din Tai Fung fried rice look-alike. Despite the reviews being mediocre, we decided to give it a try and it turned out to be better than expected; The fried rice had fragrant, fluffy grains mixed with a generous amount of chopped spring onions and silky stir-fried egg, just the way I’d like it to be. While some say the pork ribs were a tad too dry, I was surprised to taste the exact opposite. Except that it was a little salty (as spice powder was sprinkled on it just before serving), the meat was juicy and jerky, with nice brown edges. A bite off the strip of meat was the perfect partner to the eggy-flavoured rice.

Although the "dry" in the name refers to the noodle, it could very well refer to the beef. The centrepiece of this dish should be the beef, but it felt like vacuum-packed meat. A shame since everything else was good. I took extra chilli without realising the noodle was topped with chilli.