The usual fried mee hoon and fried noodles is found here as well. Shown here is the fried noodles with a fried egg added. This fried noodles has a mild smokey taste to it and contains some bean sprouts. Optional sweet sauce and chilli sauce are added. Tastes quite decent as well.
Jia Ji Mei Shi also offers a small handful of porridge options. Seen here is their chicken porridge. This porridge has shreds of chicken meat in a rather thick and decently smooth porridge with a nice scent of sesame oil. Comes topped with fried shallots, chopped spring onions and pepper. Tastes decent.
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