Review: Jue Shi Lor Mee (Singapore)

Jue Shi Lor Mee: Traditional Lor Mee


Jue Shi Lor Mee

serves a small selection of lor mee with different sides. Quite ordinary but still tastes rather decent.


Lor Mee

Jue Shi Lor Mee serves a small selection of lor mee with different sides. Seen above it their traditional lor mee that comes with fish meat chunks, yam roll, braised pork and braised egg. Extra yam roll is added for this lor mee. This lor mee uses thicker type of yellow noodles with some bean sprouts. Its sauce is starchy with decent flavours.

The chunks of fish meat is meaty with a slight savoury taste, and a bit dry though. The braised pork uses lean meat, is meaty and has braised sauce flavourings. Half a braised egg is provided and it has mild braised flavourings as well. For the fried yam roll, it is crispy outside, firm and hard inside with mild yam flavours. Just decent.

It is quite an ordinary bowl or lor mee, but everything still tastes rather decent.


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