346 Jurong East Street 31
#01-71
Singapore 600346

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
07:30am - 07:30pm

Wednesday:
07:30am - 07:30pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 07:30pm

Friday:
07:30am - 07:30pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 07:30pm

Sunday:
07:30am - 06:00pm

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Never a Fan of mee Rebus but this one was slightly more palatable. The sweet and viscous sauce had a nice consistent compared to some other places that are too goopy, and the yellow Noodles that are my least favourite kind of Noodles also had a more bearable texture than most other yellow Noodles.

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Embedded with distinct chunks of Mackerel, this doesnt have the mushy texture that some otahs have, not that it's too firm either. The well seasoned sambal was almost liquid in texture, and has a kick that doesnt appear immediately, but sets in quickly afterwards.

Btw the nice owner let me try the rice and she said this isnt the normal nasi lemak rice. If im not wrong it's nasi kukus and just as she said, the fluffy long grained rice were well separated and very fragrant.

Seafood ball was nothing too special but their broth was laudable. It was as thick as a mee siam broth could be, and should be, as well as flavoursome and addictive from the bright acidity. Highly recommended

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Look at these beautiful strands! Had Mee Rebus noods for lunch and they were yum!

The bright yellow egg noodles are dipped in a curry-like gravy made of umami-packed shrimp broth and Indonesian spices. The taste is mildly sweet and only lightly spicy with refreshing citrus notes from the calamansi and lemongrass.

The dish is topped with fried tofu, Chinese celery, cilantro and green chilies, with the addition of a hard boiled egg.

I liked this Indonesian specialty at My Makan Place even though I’m usually not a fan of soups that use thickening agents to turn more dense as I can feel the sliminess of the starch.

Note: I had my meal at My Makan Place’s Jurong Garden Food House stall in Jurong East.

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Here @mymakanplacesg, they are indeed one of the best I’ve tasted. I feel that there’s nothing really at fault. Two types to choose from:
1: The Classic which is your typical MR with the standard ingredients like Egg, Garnish, Beancurd, Yellow Mee.
Or
2: Premium (Pic 2)
This is the classic but loaded with extra ingredients like the Fish Fillet, Fish Skin, Wanton, Seafood Ball which I find it refreshing having the extra ingredients.
Take your pick....old skool or new skool?☝🏽
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📣@mymakanplacesg will cease operation in Katong at the end of November and will move out to Fu lu Shou basement in early December! Do go over for some good old local food!
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For some reason, Mee rebus has never been one of my favourites because the ones I have tasted either had sauces that were too sweet or too starchy or had noodles that were exploding with ammonia smell .

The Mee rebus at my makan place has radically changed my mind .

It was outstanding - probably the best Mee rebus I have tasted. The gravy tasted so robust and full of umami . You can see remnants of little shrimps blended into the sauce so you know they use the real stuff .

The noodle quality is pretty good so you don’t get that strong ammonia smell .

The whole dish came together very well and the portion is generous .

So much effort and love from the chef put into this dish .

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