12 Gopeng Street
#01-36 Icon Village
Singapore 078877

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Monday:
10:00am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 08:30pm

Friday:
10:00am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Wasn’t informed beforehand that one of the items had to be gold jia xiang mee. But I was craving kolo mee so it still tasted good!

Head over for lunch at Icon Village and enjoy a bowl of Sarawak style kolo mee, served with fried wanton, minced meat and char siew. Switch things up and order the Fish Fillet Mee ($7.50), which comes with two crunchy fish fillets fried to perfection over a bowl of QQ kolo mee! End off the meal with a refreshing drink. Now, that's what you call a satisfying lunch!
Photo by Burppler Kevin M

$6.90 a decent portion of springy ‘maggi’ mee with crispy crunchy fried fish fillet, tender inside.
Careful it’s hot.
$1.70 a cup of Teh O.
Brisk crowd, consistent noodles & lots of regulars.

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($6.90) Ingredients wise the char siew, prawn and wantons are nothing out of the world. The slippery wanton skin here would give competitors a run for their money if only the wanton meat kept up with it. Unfortunately the meat did not taste fresh or any great. The kolo mee, tossed in lard and oil, is very satisfying till it cools and gets slightly dry.

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Actually really yummy, don’t get the fish though not a lot of fish

Noodles DOESNT have the WOW factor like the Vivo city branch

U know the 家香家香家香、面面面 😘😋😋 #melfclar #dinner #sarawakkolomee #jiaxiangsarawakkuchingkolomee #家香面

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