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Can you believe it’s my first time eating Sarawak Kolo Mee? Where do you go for Kolo Mee in Singapore or Kuching even? Being very curious, I joined the short queue at Sarawak Kolo Mee by Jin’s Noodle at Amoy Street Food Centre (02-110). They have opened a couple of outlets including the Kopitiam at Tampines Mall.

Let me tell you what’s inside their Kolo Mee. For $4/5, be treated to a bowl of thin and springy yellow noodles with minced pork, char siew, boiled wanton, fried wanton and cai sim/ choy sum. It’s finished off with an aromatic mixture of fried onion and lard although for some reason there’s a bit of water that’s collected at the bottom of the bowl. Help yourself to the sambal chilli and green chilli. You can opt for spinach noodles too.

There’s a good amount of meat to give you enough protein for the afternoon. It was great that the fried and boiled wantons that’s filled with a good amount of minced pork. And the char siew was meaty and not of the lean and dry variety.

It’s a pretty good bowl of kolo mee although I don’t have a benchmark to compare it against. I found the portions to be reasonably filling but not food coma inducing.

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Tai Seng Noodle House (Level 2)

Tender pork rib, well braised mushrooms, good fried wantons, decent tau pok, okay soup wantons. Wished the sauce/chilli had more oomph though. Really generous with the ingredients and decent bowl of noodles for $4. Uncle was really friendly. Should have ordered $5 for more pork ribs.

Not bad option when you are in Amoy but I wouldn’t travel for it.

The smallest packet is $3 but I asked for extra hum (cockles) and they charged me $5 for it.

There’s indeed a lot of cockles but unfortunately the noodles are too sweet to my liking.

Gyu Don - $6.80

Comfort food. Reminds me of the beef bowl from yoshinoya! 😅

Beef was tasty and generous. Onsen egg was extremely fresh and cooked to perfection. The side dishes provided good variety of texture. The rice soaked with beef broth was rich in unami. Delicious!

Overall: 4/5
Will definitely return when ever I'm around the area!

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Had the Beef hor fun ($4.50)for takeaway. Food was still piping hot when I got home and the heat didn’t dry up the beef which was still tender. The hor fun doesn’t has the smokey wok hei however it’s doused in an extremely delicious sauce and I definitely will want to eat this again.

Has anyone tried Mdm Leong Ban Mian at Amoy Street Food Centre (02-109)? Absolutely love their Dry Chilli Ban Mian ($4.50/5.50) which is based on a Hakka recipe. And the noodles are made in stall and no MSG is used.

What I enjoy about the ban mian here is the handmade noodles. The noodles are of the right thickness and are cooked al dente (or QQ). This results in a chewy and springy texture.

The chilli that’s served with the noodles is also worth an extraordinary mention. The dried chilli is fried with dried shrimp to give it a mildly spicy, savoury and flavourful kick to the noodles. Do mix it together with the noodles and dark sauce for maximum flavour. The chilli could’ve been spicier though.

For the ingredients, you’ll get some minced pork, mushrooms, black fungus, fried egg and choy sum. It’s then topped with fried ikan bilis (anchovies) and fried shallots. A small bowl of lightly flavoured soup is served.

Decided to add on the braised pork belly ($2) and I didn’t regret it at all. It was soft, tender and balanced in terms of meat to fat ratio.

If you do a bit of Googling, you can read Mdm Leong’s inspirational story on her life and the beginnings of this stall.

P.S. Y’all could probably guess by now that I have a penchant for eating noodles at the hawker centre. 😂