Review: Ah Mei Handmade Noodle (Singapore)

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Beo Crescent Food Centre Singapore

Ah Mei Handmade Noodle

does the usual assortment of handmade noodles including mee hoon kway, ban mian, etc.

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Ban Mian

Ah Mei Handmade Noodle does the usual assortment of handmade noodles including mee hoon kway, ban mian, etc. Shown here is their ban mian.

This ban mian comes with a raw egg at the bottom of the bowl. Hot soup with ban mian is then poured over it. The ban mian includes minced meat balls and vegetables with crispy ikan bilis and fried shallots topped on it. The ban mian is soft and mildly springy, quite bland on its own but tastes decently nice when eaten with the savoury ikan bilis. The minced meat balls are soft with quite nice flavours. As for the clear soup, it is lightly flavoured which is nice. This is quite a nice bowl of ban mian.

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