Grandma Mee Siam does pretty good mee siam. The mee siam here is a bit different. Instead of the usual mee hoon, it uses a mixture of mee hoon and yellow noodles and is surprisingly nice. This plate of mee siam comes with just boiled egg and some tau pok pieces in a nice tasty gravy that is mildly spicy. It is topped with some chopped spring onions and a dollop of chilli paste. This mee siam is nice. I like it.
Grandma Mee Siam does ngo hiang too with a nice assortment of bits and pieces to choose from. Seen here are: fried prawn crackers, egg fish roll, , fish fillet and fried fish meatball. Comes with a bowl of chilli dipping sauce with crushed peanuts topping and a bowl of mildly sweet and starchy sweet sauce.
The fried prawn crackers are nice crispy, and goes pretty well with the sweet sauce. The egg fish roll has a soft texture and rather nice flavours. The fried fish fillet has a crispy crust outside, soft and moist fish meat inside. Tastes nice. As for the fried fish meatball, it is somewhat like a fishcake with a deep fried crispy crust. Crispy outside, soft inside. It is nice too. Rather likeable.
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