Review: NM Hussain Mee Goreng Stall (Singapore)

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Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre Singapore

NM Hussain Mee Goreng Stall

sells the usual choices of mee goreng, mee hoon goreng, etc. Roti John too. Decent.

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Mee Goreng

This mee goreng comes with the usual mutton bits, potato bits, vegetables, onion bits and bean sprouts stir fried with egg and yellow noodles. The mutton bits are soft and nicely flavoured, not gamey too. The fried noodles is firm with decent flavours, but with a slight tint of alkaline taste. Comes served with cucumber slices and ketchup on the side.

Mee Hoon Goreng Ikan Bilis

This mee hoon goreng ikan bilis replaces the mutton bits with ikan bilis and fried white style. It comes with the usual ikan bilis, potato bits, vegetables, chopped green and red chilli, tomato, onion bits and bean sprouts stir fried with mee hoon and egg. Just like the mee goreng, this mee hoon goreng ikan bilis has decent flavours as well. However the ikan bilis are soft and no longer crispy. Comes served with cucumber slices and ketchup on the side. Even though the ikan bilis is soft, this mee hoon goreng still tastes fairly decent.

Roti John

This roti john uses a baguette that has been pan fried with crispy outsides. The sliced insides contains an egg omelette with mutton bits, chilli bits and onion bits. I like it that the dipping chilli sauce is served separately in a saucer instead of on the bread itself, without making the roti john soggy. The watery chilli sauce has a sweet taste and it goes well with the roti john. Quite likeable.

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