Review: 178 Lor Mee (Singapore)



Tiong Bahru Market Singapore

178 Lor Mee

is a very popular stall selling tasty lor mee with crispy chunks shark meat nuggets. Tastes good.


Lor Mee

178 Lor Mee is a very popular stall serving lor mee with shark meat nuggets. This lor mee uses the thicker type of yellow noodles with some bean sprouts. Comes with pork belly slices, fish cake slices, crispy fish bits, crispy chunks of shark meat nuggets and crispy flour bits.

The yellow noodles is springy, however with a tad of alkaline flavours. The braised sauce is really good. Very flavourful with a nice tint of sweetness. This lor mee is definitely a good one.

Shark Meat Nuggets

The shark meat nuggets has a very nice crispy batter outside and soft meat inside. It is really good. Extras are highly recommended.


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