The Dry Mee Hoon Kueh [$5] is handmade and the pieces had a great chewy texture, with each piece evenly coated with a sweet and slightly savoury red-brown sauce. The dry version is a hit or miss but they do it pretty well. Unfortunately there was no egg (my favourite ingredient in ban mian’s), and I felt that there were very few ingredients that went along with the noodles. The al dente texture of the Mee Hoon Kueh made up for the lack, however.