Review: Jue Shuang Lor Mee (Singapore)

Jue Shuang Lor Mee: Signature Lor Mee

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Jue Shuang Lor Mee

serves a variety of lor mee with an array of ingredients in a starchy braised sauce. Tastes not bad.

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Signature Lor Mee

Jue Shuang Lor Mee serves a variety of lor mee with an array of ingredients. Their signature lor mee, as pictured above, comes with chunks of fish meat, shredded braised pork meat, a piece of fried chicken, a piece of fried yam roll and half a braised egg.

The fish meat is moist and meaty with a savoury taste. The shredded braised pork meat is meaty and carries nice braised flavours. The fried chicken has a slightly crispy coating, while the meaty is meaty and tastes decent. The fried yam roll is crispy with a lovely yam taste, while the braised egg tastes has savoury flavours.

These ingredients are served with thick yellow noodles and some bean sprouts in a bowl of starchy and mildly sweet braised sauce. You can add minced garlic, chilli and vinegar to suit your own taste buds.

Overall, the signature lor mee tastes not bad.


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Jue Shuang Lor Mee

Buangkok Hawker Centre

Singapore 544692


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