mince meat mee

I was at Eunos station and decided to have “local” breakfast at the nearby hawker centre.

I ordered my first kopi “siu tai” (less sugar) and as for breakfast, I looked hard on the marathon of signboards. I was trying to make sense of all the chinese characters and  finally I settled for mince meat mee. Or what we simply call back in KL, pork noodle (chue yoke fun)

I ordered my mince meat mee, fully in ENGLISH. Good thing the boss understood my babbling and within 5 minutes, I have a bowl of piping hot mince meat mee.

How did it fare? I try not to compare because I can’t. Totally 2 different type of mee.

All I can say is the boss was pretty fast with the whole noodles assembling. He worked alone and every mise-en-place was in place. Maybe that explains why he was fast. Any type of noodles..dry or with soup, all done within 5 minutes.


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