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Tiong Bahru Nasi Biryani Indian Vegetarian Cuisine does something a bit unusual with using fusilli instead of the usual noodles or rice. This fusilli goreng comes with mixed beans, mixed vegetables, carrots and mushrooms. An egg can be added depending on your personal dietary requirements. This plate of fusilli goreng comes served with a piece of papadam and a side of achar.
The fried fusilli is moist and firm, and has nice flavours. The papadam is thin and crispy with a savoury taste. The side of achar tastes limey and refreshing. A bowl of vegetables soup is served alongside. It is nicely flavoured with a tint of spiciness.
This is a decent serving of fusilli goreng.
The usual maggi goreng is available as well. This plate of fried noodles comes with mixed beans, mixed vegetables, carrots and mushrooms. Similarly, an egg can be added depending on your dietary requirements. It comes with a piece of papadam and a side of pineapples. The fried noodles is moist and has decent flavours, and the pineapple slices are juicy and sweet. Quite likeable.
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Tiong Bahru Nasi Biryani Indian Vegetarian Cuisine