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The only Thai stall. It's pirated. The meals I have here are pseudo-Thai. It's just a confused plate of fried rice, with an unknown clear soup.

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Early in the morning, you would find this stall managed by an old couple serving just one dish here since 1979.

Many people would come to 96 Kwai Luck for their signature Mee Siam. Available in different size of portion. I would say the smaller portion is enough to enjoy the taste of it.

I really enjoy the rich and coconut gravy that I finish drinking it. Accompanied with tamarind, balachan and fermented bean paste.

A decent plate of mee siam to kickstart my day.

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Fully Good Food stall seems specialised with their prawn noodle on their menu, but they actually also served mee siam here.

Open from early morning, a perfect stall to grab some breakfast. Their mee siam looks simple but full with taste.

From the popular Yu Fa. This seems like their signature dish. There's ample fish so that's good. Although the gravy was good for rice, it had a bit too much oil and froth to be of concern.

Cabbage, fish fillet. Cmi. Substandard beehoon and greens.

Not the typical economical beehoon. This is a stall that also cooks char kway teow, so this is the beehoon version. I was too optimistic ordering this.