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Saturday, 14 April 2018

$3.60 Duck Noodle (Small)


Read? $3 Chicken Rice

Alamak!

Last visit. No queue!

This time. No open!





















Which stall has long queue now?














Dry kuey teow mee. $3.60 small.





















Next which one still has long queue?






















Being Teochew, die die has to try Or Nee mi chiam kuey  $1.20 and the usual pan cut peanut mi chiam kuey.

Hmm.. this one looked smaller and not the standard size. Inflation!

$0.80


























Senior hawker couple uses cup cake wrapper to hold the mi chiam kuey so any loose peanuts falling into the cup cake wrapper may not be wasted. Uncle8888 poured them into his mouth. 

















2 comments:

  1. CW,

    Come all the way back here again?

    The duck kuey teow me is the elder sister of the laksa store ;)


    Good! You managed to get the mi chaim kuey! Not everyday open - I think they only open 4 days a week.

    For years not crowded as young people not into it.

    Then a few years back they were featured in the press and from then onwards, crowded!


    A bit like the irony of Singaporeans needing an ang moh Michelin guide to tell us which Singaporean hawker stall/dish is good!?

    LOL!




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    1. Yalor. Came back to verify the Laksa. Laksa is my favourite local hawker fare too.

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