Review: Poh Kee Cooked Food (Singapore)

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Kovan 209 Food Centre Singapore

Poh Kee Cooked Food

is a Chinese stall selling mee siam. Tastes decent.


Mee Siam

Poh Kee Cooked Food is a Chinese stall selling mee siam. This mee siam is rather basic as in it comes with just tau pok and a boiled egg, topped to chopped spring onions and served with a piece of green lime and chilli on the side.

The mee siam gravy has pretty decent flavours. It is mildly spicy with a light nutty taste. The chilli has nice flavours of dried shrimps. Squeeze in the green lime, mix everything together and it tastes rather nice. This is a decent likeable bowl of mee siam.


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