Review: Habib’s Power Mee Stall (Singapore)

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ABC Brickworks Food Centre Singapore

Habib’s Power Mee Stall

dishes out indian food like mee goreng, roti prata, roti john, etc. Their mee hoon goreng ikan bilis is nice.

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Mee Goreng

This mee goreng contains bits of mutton, potato, onions, green chilli and some vegetables with wok fried yellow noodles, bean sprouts and egg. The mutton bits are rather soft and meaty without any gamey taste. The noodles is springy and firm. It has a spicy and slightly savoury taste. This is quite a decent plate of mee goreng.

Mee Hoon Goreng Ikan Bilis

As usual, mee hoon goreng is available as well. This is the white version with ikan bilis instead of mutton bits.

This mee hoon goreng comes with ikan bilis, bits of potato, tomato, onions, green chilli, vegetables and some carrot shreds. The mee hoon is wok fried with some bean sprouts and egg, and served with some cucumber slices and ketchup on the side.

The ikan bilis has a nice airy type of crispiness to it. As for the mee hoon, it is nicely flavoured with a slight smokey taste of wok hei. This mee hoon goreng ikan bilis is definitely better than their mee goreng. I like it. Recommended.

Roti Prata

The usual choices of roti prata is available here. Seen above are the standard plain prata and egg prata.

The plain prata is pan fried with slightly crispy outsides. It has a firm and chewy texture and flavours are decent. The egg prata likewise has a chewy texture but with a soft egg filling inside. It is also pan fried with slightly crispy outsides. The prata comes served with a bowl of nicely flavoured curry sauce with light mutton flavours. Both pratas are quite decent.

Roti John

This roti john has its bread pan fried with a hint of crispiness but mostly soft. The egg omelette filling inside has nice curry flavours with mutton bits and onion bits. It is topped with mayonnaise and a sweet chilli sauce. Tastes decent but personally I would have preferred it crispier.

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