Apparently a really famous muslim hawker stall at Ang Mo Kio, there is always a long queue for their yummy charcoal grilled satay, gado gado, mee soto, and of course their mee rebus. We paid them a visit and here is how we felt.
At $3.50 a plate, we got a generous amount of noodles, bean sprouts, and the star item, thick creamy mee rebus gravy was poured in. A whole boiled egg, tau pok (beancurd puffs), chunky chopped green chilis and fried shallots were then added in to add the crunchy texture. We can’t resist but to add a $0.70 begedil, just to complete the meal ^^.
The gravy was really awesome with deep intense dried shrimp flavour, and the wok-hey taste that oh so many other stalls’mee rebus version lacks. It was sweet, slightly spicy, savoury, and oh so yummy.
Everything added into this bowl of delicious piece of art works really well and compliments the smooth creamy gravy.
To top it all off, we added their black sauce infused with chili padi. Fwah…. really gave it a real added kick.
Their begedil was quite decent, not too strong on the celery taste, but slightly dry. Could be better.
The star was still the mee rebus gravy gravy gravy, and it was worth every minute queuing up for it.
724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, Singapore 560724