[CLOSED] Loylum

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45 Sam Leong Road
Singapore 207935

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From the Burpple community

So dreamy, so cloudy, yet so smelly.

Thai Mango Sago (SGD 4) - Seriously need some of these mango pomelo-lookalike to clean my lungs now. Time to 润肺.

Location: 45 Sam Leong Road
Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (Mon-Sun)

Image taken by Nikon D810 courtesy of @NikonSG

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4 different soup bases of beef, chicken pork and vegetarian mushroom, matched with choice of bee hoon, egg noodle, thick or thin kway teow.
Pork soup base robust, packed with flavours, oily (yes) with a trace of herbal nuance.

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There are $2 and $5 versions. The video will show you the difference. Not bad, will rank it somewhere in the middle. I tried about 8 different shops in Singapore, 2 more to complete.
Oh, I liked the pork soup best.

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Looks like I'm Loylum-ing (means floating in Thai) on the road. Loylum-ing on these 3 days old Thai Boat Noodle, portion was pretty generous for a small bowl (SGD 2). The size increment wasn't as significant for the large bowl (SGD 5) though.

Thai Ice Tea (SGD 2) - Pretty affordable for a big jar, tea leaves taste wasn't as distinct and was slightly overwhelmed by its sweetness. I prefer their Thai Boat noodles though.

Location: 45 Sam Leong Road
Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (Mon-Sun)

Image taken by Nikon D810 courtesy of @NikonSG

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The standard deal - you can choose your meat (pork, beef, chicken or mushroom) & also the noodles. They ran out of my favourite kuay tiao, but I chose glass noodles (the only other option for today, how sad) & it was still satisfying.

Tried the pork & beef options; both broths were flavourful & delicious. However, I preferred the beef one because the pork meat was too fatty, & I'm the kind of person who cuts away visible fats, so that was too troublesome for me, & I ended up with barely any meat. By default, this comes served with chilli flakes - adds a good kick yo it, so be sure to tell the waitstaff if you don't want them.

As with most (if not all) Thai boat noodle places, you can choose between a small $2 portion, & a big $5 portion. The big, imho, isn't that big. But it's decent.

Overall verdict? Pretty damn tasty. I might make this my regular joint every time I go to Mustafa.

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