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If you love springy curly noodles, you must try this kolo mee from Lin Yu Mei. The auntie cooks the noodles via a 3-step process - hot, cold, hot - before tossing them in a pool of condiments that she concocts so effortlessly. The star of the show here is definitely the noodles - they're QQ without the alkaline aftertaste and very, very fragrant. Unlike your regular wanton mee, these come with a heaping of minced pork and subpar char siew, but I'm willing to give the latter a miss just for these superb noodles.

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The egg noodles has a nice bite to it. Char siew was a bit on the dry side but they were generous with the portion.Somehow the sauce was lacking depth and there was no hint of pork lard which could have lend a better depth of flavour to the sauce. The dumplings in the soup was average though the soup has a nice peppery hint.
The above pictured was $3 a plate

$3 for this plate of stir fry noodles. The chilli is added just right to tickle some spiciness and enhance the dryness of it. The salty & sweet sauce is quite balanced to combine the noodles, cockles, bean sprouts, egg and sliced chinese sausages in a pleasant way. Eat while it’s hot from the wok, Heng Heng #01-53.