Feng Zhen Lor Mee (Taman Jurong Market)

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3 Yung Sheng Road
#03-146 Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre
Singapore 618499

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Best Lor Mee in the West. $5 portion gets you braised noodles with mackerel fish and fried meat balls plus half a braised egg. Add chilli, garlic purée, celery and extra vinegar for extra flavours.

Please note that the queues can be very long during meal times but be patient. They tend to move quickly due to efficient teamwork at the stall.

How they managed to get into the guide and what did the inspectors tasted that convinced them of it baffles me as this bowl of lor mee wasn’t even great to begin with. The gravy lacks flavour and the accompanying ingredients were nothing extra ordinary. The yam roll pieces were okay, fish cake was normal and pork belly slices were mediocre as well. There are definitely other better lor mee stalls out there that could have gotten into this guide.
🍴 Feng Zhen Lor Mee
📍 478 Tampines Street 44, Happy Hawkers, Singapore 520478

Tripitaka journeyed to the West to collect sutras. I journeyed to the West to eat lor mee.

This is probably one of the best lor mee stalls remaining in Singapore. Their bowl of lor mee comes packed full of ingredients - - - braised egg, fish cake slices, fried fish, and fried pork ball.

Their gravy is lighter and less starchy compared to other stalls but I kinda prefer this with loads of garlic and a dash of vinegar. I am not a big fan of their shredded fish (go xin mei xiang if this is what you are going for) which is rather mild tasting. The meat balll though is their main selling point. It is crispy on the outside and sweet and juicy on the inside. They used to allow you to "jia rou wan" but have stopped doing so in recent years because everyone did that and they often sell out the meat balls before they sell out their lor mee.

This is one bowl of lor mee which makes the long arduous trip west worthwhile.

✨Lor Mee✨
I went for the basic yellow noodles, and to my surprise, there was no alkaline taste at all! I like how they were really generous with the pork slices and the fried minced meatballs too! The pork slices were slightly too fat for my liking, but the minced meatballs were so enjoyable🤤 It has a little QQ taste, and it was still crispy after being in the gravy for a long time. However, the gravy is slightly more watery than usual, hence it felt more like a sauce than a gravy, but the flavour and ingredients taste just as delicious!

💰: $3
📈: 8/10

The moreish gravy, plus the homemade meatballs and fish flakes are the components that made this dish a must-try. Mix them well, together with the black vinegar and sambal chilli, and it creates a very comforting noodle dish.
✨ Feng Zhen Lor Mee
📍 3 Yung Sheng Road, Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, Unit 03-146, Singapore 618499
🍴 [Self Funded]

My bowl of lor bee hoon is generous with toppings like shredded fish meat and their popular fried meat balls along with the usual suspects such as lor bak, fish cake and hard boiled egg.
The viscosity of the lor is thick but not lumpy with starch. The braising sauce is well seasoned and flavorful on its own.
Most people would probably enjoy it as it is but I, on the other hand, like to spam plenty of minced garlic and the all important black vinegar.
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