85 Redhill Lane
#01-07 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre
Singapore 150085

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Delicious bowl of Lor Mee ($4.80) serves with thick slices of pork belly that is braised to tender, 1 big piece of fried fish nuggets, slices of ngoh hiang, 1/2 braised egg and crispy flour bites, drenched with rich and flavourful gravy. This bowl is gorgeous

Location: Shunli Ah Ma Lor Mee 顺利阿嬷卤面, 85 Redhill Ln, #01-07 Redhill Market, Singapore 150085


Chanced upon this unassuming stall when I was at Redhill Hawker Centre for lunch… Highly rated on Google Reviews, I queued for about 10 mins and boy, it didn’t disappoint.😬

👉Lor Mee - SGD4.50
thick slices of Lor Bak, Ngoh Hiang, half a braised egg, deep-fried fish nugget & crispy batter bits

Long story short, I will be back again for this! Generous ingredients and lots of condiments (chilli padi, sambal chilli, grated garlic, coriander & black vinegar) to elevate this bowl of goodness.😋👍

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Shunli Ah Ma Lor Mee 顺利阿嬷卤面
Redhill Hawker Centre
85 Redhill Ln 01-07, S150085

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The stall name appeals to me as my grandma was a Lor Mee hawker too.

The uncle only sliced the lor Bak (Braised pork belly) upon my order, ensuring the meat was fresh and moist when served. I like the way he took pride in his work, putting in effort to arrange the ingredients neatly and beautifully, creating a visual element that captured my eyes. (Usually I am the "art director" who arrange the food before I take pictures! 😅 )

The bowl was topped with generously-thick slices of lor bak, Ngoh Hiang, half a braised egg, one deep fried fish nugget and some crispy batter bits. The Lor (thickened gravy) tasted good and I could make out the spices used before mixing everything up but the gravy turned runny too quickly.

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The mildly spiced broth leans more towards the thin side but you could add more scoops of sambal chili to add depth to it.

I actually like it this way as I felt laksa is more about its rempah paste than the coconut milk. Too coconutty and the rempah would be overshadowed by the coconut milk so this is actually okay for me.

One thing I noted is that it is not too oily so this may appeal to the health conscious.

Also, I like how the laksa broth come without dregs (eg. dried shrimps) as they tend to make me choke and cough like the famous one from Yishun did to me.
Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2020/01/shun-li-ah-ma-lor-mee-laksa-redhill.html?m=1

The lor mee stall at Redhill Hawker Centre (#01-07) sells both lor mee and laksa for $4. I ordered a bowl of lor mee opting for the flat Hokkien noodle.
The bowl was filled to the brim and packed with ingredients! Not only that, the ingredients were arranged impeccably on top of the noodle.

The ingredients included uniformly sliced ngor hiang and pork belly, half a braised egg, one fried fish meat nugget (which I mistook for fish cake) and crispy flour bits.
The pork belly and ngor hiang are really nice particularly the former which has absorbed the flavors of the lor.
‪Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2020/01/shun-li-ah-ma-lor-mee-redhill-market.html?m=1