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30 Seng Poh Road
#02-80 Tiong Bahru Market
Singapore 168898

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Doused with plenty of vinegar and topped with a mountain of garlic is always the way I enjoy a bowl of lor mee.

Besides the essential noodles and gravy, this humble bowl also consisted of sliced ngoh hiang, fishcake, half an egg, sliced pork, a fried dumpling and deep fried fish nuggets! Found that the more vinegar and garlic we added, the tastier the lor mee actually became πŸ€” In addition, the stall owners were quite generous as well, what with them not reacting to customers who helped themselves with scarily huge amounts of vinegar and garlic! 😰

All in all, a pretty good bowl of lor mee worth the long-ass queue which snaked all the way to the nearby staircase (took about 20-25 minutes for us to get our food) πŸ™‡πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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The area may be known for the lauded 178 Lor Mee that comes with fried shark meat, but most of the Tastemakers actually prefer the Lor Mee ($3) from this stall. Tastemaker Justin Teo likes that the ingredients are more flavourful here in comparison, especially the pork belly, which he describes to be sweet and well marinated. Add on extra for $1! The gravy too is a winner β€” flavourful and not just full of corn starch. Tastemaker Justin heard that the chilli at the stall is great, and plans to return soon to try. We would love to, too!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo

I'm not a fan of lor mee, but Tiong Bahru Lor Mee has done a fantastic job of convincing me not to pass over this bowl of noodles every time I go to a hawker centre.

The gravy is slightly runnier than most stalls, but the pleasant herbal flavors complemented the heavy, salty flavors of the lor wonderfully. I added extra fatty pork and ngoh hiong , which made this bowl $4, and boy was it worth it. The braised fatty pork earned fellow Tastemaker Justin's praises, and I was quite addicted to the soft, slightly herbal and charmingly chubby slices of fatty braised pork. It's all pretty palatable and easy to enjoy, and that's coming from a guy who's completely indifferent to lor mee.