137 Tampines Street 11
#01-45 Tampines Round Market & Food Centre
Singapore 521137

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05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

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05:00am - 03:00pm

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From the Burpple community

๐Ÿ’ธ: $5

๐Ÿ’ฌ: The kolo mee with the most ๆ–™, while being so insanely cheap... how can????? But taste-wise, it wasn't really my favourite or anything because there was hardly any sauce ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”

As mentioned on FoodKing NOC, I think itโ€™s true that their quality is not consistent and I was unlucky to eat the not yummy bowl๐Ÿคฃ.

The noodles were really overcooked and soggy. Nothing stand out at all except for the dumplings...

Got this famous kolo mee to-go, and really this picture does not do justice to how good this plate is. Their signature sarawak kolo mee ($4.50/5/6) has a large amount of really springy noodles coated with some fragrant chilli sauce that packs a punch. The pork ribs were very well braised and were very tender.

I would suggest getting the $5 portion for the extra 1-2 chunks of meat, if not the $4.50 portion is definitely good enough. Prepare to queue though, average waiting time is about 30 mins!


A far journey to Tampines for my first visit at this hawker centre.

The one obvious queue here definitely belongs to this stall, selling their signature Sarawak Kolo Mee.

Starting from just $5, you could have a decent bowl that comes with pork ribs, dumpling, char siew and soup.

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This is about as delicious as wanton mee gets, although technically a Kolo (rather than wanton mee) i.e. the noodles are thicker and very curly with an eggy taste similar to my other favourite (Jiji). Also loved that it comes with many many toppings and each of them so generously portioned, like that fat stuffed dumpling, chunky char siew, and slab of pork rib. Yums.

Ordered No.1, the signature kolo mee. The fried wanton is nice, pork rib is a bit hard & dry inside. Dumplings are decent, can taste the water chestnuts in them. Char siew is a little too sweet for my liking (am not a fan of char siew). Noodles are nice & springy, like how kolo mee should be.