Lor Mee

Lor Mee

 

This is local food that tourists are not so familiar with.

Lor mee has thick soup, broad noodle like Korean Kal-guksu, fish cake, eggs and meat.

To enjoy its best taste, add some vinegar, chopped garlic and chili sauce and mix well.

Photo was taken from Soon Heng Lor Mee in Beo Crescent Market.

Mee Goreng

Mee Goreng

 

In Indonesian language, Mee Goreng means Fried Noodles.

It is main items together with Nasi Goreng at Muslim restaurants in Singapore.

We can also add eggs or mutton.

 

The picture shows the mee goreng with mutton at the Marine Parade Food Centre.

Hor Fun

Hor Fun

 

A wide and large noodles made of rice with broth like egg-soup.

Shrimp, other seafood and vegetables are added.

Vinegar pickled green peppers also pick up your appetite.

The picture was taken at International Plaza, Tanjong Pagar.

Prawn Mee

It is literally a shrimp soup noodle and has the taste of what you imagine.

Put a few shrimps on top of the noodles and bean sprouts.

The picture was taken at a store in Old Airport Road Food Centre.

QQ Noodle House, Singapore

QQ Noodle House, located across from Bugis Junction

 

Sambal Fried Rice

Rice stir-fried with seafood, bean sprouts, various vegetables, and Sambal sauce (Southeast Asian version of Korean Gochujang)

 

QQ Fried Noodle

Noodle stir-fried with egg, bean sprouts, shrimp and vegetables

 

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