Review: Qiu Lian Ban Mee (Singapore)

Qiu Lian Ban Mee: Ban Mian Soup & Fried Dumplings

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Qiu Lian Ban Mee

serves various types of ban mian. Their stir fried ban mian is nice. Dumplings tastes terrible.


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Ban Mian

Their signature ban mian comes with minced meat balls, a raw egg, some vegetables and topped with ikan bilis.

The minced meat balls is soft, meaty and flavourful. The raw egg is soft and cooked. The ikan bilis is crispy and savoury. As for the ban mian, it is firm and chewy. Comes served with some vegetables in a bowl of decently flavoured soup. Tastes decent.

Pork Ball You Mian

This is their dry version of you mian with pork balls and ikan bilis. The pork ball is the regular frozen ones. It is firm and meaty with a savoury taste. The ikan bilis is crispy and crunchy. The you mian is firm and springy with decent seasoing flavours. Comes with some vegetables. However it does not come served with any egg and soup, and costs more than the soup version. Personally I would go for the soup version instead.

Dumplings Mee Hoon Kueh

The mee hoon kueh is firm and springy. Its soup is rather nicely flavoured. Comes with some vegetables, a raw egg that is soft and cooked, and some crispy ikan bilis. As for the dumplings, it has a firm and chewy skin with a meaty filling that is somewhat soury. Not to my liking.

Fried Dumplings

The fried dumplings has a crispy and chewy skin. It has a meaty filling with a soury taste. Unsure if it is their seasoning or the meat had turned bad. Tastes terrible to me, and I would avoid getting any of their dumplings dishes.

Stir Fried Ban Mian

Stir fried ban mian is also available with your choice of noodles. The ban mian is stir fried with soft and flavourful minced meat, egg and some vegetables. You can also request for chopped chilli to be added. It is served topped with crispy ikan bilis. The ban mian is firm and springy with nice savoury flavours. Likewise for the you mian version, it is firm, springy and flavourful. Both tastes nice and likeable. Thumbs up.

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LOCATIONS

Qiu Lian Ban Mee

#01-16
Lau Pa Sat

Singapore 048582

#06-15/16/17
Plaza Singapura

Singapore 238839

#03-101
Tiong Bahru Plaza

Singapore 168732

#B2-39
VivoCity

Singapore 098585

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