Ma Bo Lor Mee sells a few variations of lor mee – traditional type, with chicken cutlet or with fried fish. The traditional lor mee comes with fish cake slices, fish ngo hiang slices, half a braised egg, small slices of braised pork belly and fried fish. The chicken cutlet version comes with just chicken cutlet and half a braised egg.
This lor mee uses thicker type of yellow noodles soaked in a very starchy gravy. The noodles with its starchy gravy has an alkaline taste to it, not to my liking.
The chicken cutlet has quite a thick flour batter coating, tastes decent but has lost its crispiness. The fried fish has thick flour batter as well, and is crispy. However the flour batter is so thick that I can’t even taste the fish meat in some of the pieces. Definitely not a good one.
Let’s be generous and just call this an average lor mee instead of poor.
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