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Somerset Delicacies: San Lao Hor Fun & Mee Goreng

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Somerset Delicacies

is a tze char stall offering a selection of fried rice, fried noodles and fried hor fun. Tastes decent.


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Fried Rice

Somerset Delicacies does several varieties of fried rice.

The balanchan fried rice has a nice fragrant scent. It has a nice dry texture, is flavourful with a note of spiciness. This fried rice has slivers of egg, chopped spring onions and some vegetables, and it comes with prawns and crab stick bits. Nice.

The silver fish fried rice likewise has a nice dry texture and is flavourful. The fried rice has slivers of egg with chopped spring onions and crab stick bits. It is topped with crispy ikan bilis that has a slightly savoury taste. I like this too.

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Sheng Mian

The sheng mian comes with sotong, prawns, fish cake, sliced fish and some vegetables in a sauce that is poured over a crispy deep fried noodles. The sotong is fairly soft, the prawns are decent size and tastes fairly fresh. The fish cake is smooth and the sliced fish is soft and fairly smooth too. Both the noodles and sauce tastes rather decent.

Fried Hong Kong Noodles

The fried hong kong noodles uses thin noodles wok fried with eggs, bean sprouts, onions with shrimps and char siew bits added. The shrimp is decent size and tastes rather fresh. The char siew is firm and meaty with a slightly smoky taste. The fried noodles itself has a nice dry texture, is flavourful with a mild tint of wok hei. Likeable.

Mee Goreng

The mee goreng comes with prawns and fish cake. The yellow noodles are wok fried with egg, some bean sprouts and some vegetables. It has slightly spicy and slightly savoury flavours. A piece of green lime is provided on the side. Just decent.

Fried Hor Fun

There are 2 types of fried hor fun available – the dry fried ones and the regular ones with a sauce.

The dry fried hor fun is wok fried with egg, onions, some bean sprouts, some vegetables and has prawns and char siew bits added. It has a fairly fragrant scent and has a slightly moist texture. The fried hor fun is quite smooth and flavourful with a slight hint of wok hei. It is nice.

The san lao hor fun has wok fried hor fun with a sauce added. It comes with sliced fish, bean sprouts, spring onions and sliced ginger. The sliced fish is fairly smooth and soft, and the sauce is rather flavourful. The fried hor fun itself tastes decent but there is no wok hei as far as I can tell. It is still decent.

Personally, I prefer the dry fried hor fun more that the wet ones.

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LOCATION

Somerset Delicacies

#01-60
Maxwell Food Centre

Singapore 069184

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