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Ipoh kuey teow in Singapore


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Ipoh kuey teow in Singapore

grocerytrekker | Jan 11, 2007 03:17 AM

This was soooo good.

Not sure whether it was authentic Ipoh style, or modified Singapore version. I think the restaurant may have had both the soup version and a dry version. Fat kuey teow noodles so perfectly cooked - velvety, slippery, almost creamy, goodness. Unless I am remembering a wrong dish, it had giant prawns in it. The noodles were entirely white with very little seasoning. Served in a deep dish rather than a bowl, and I think the dish was white as well. Any of the details could be wrong, I am trying to remember as much as I can.

It was the early 80's. I had this dish several times. I seem to remember stopping here before going to the downtown MPH. When I look up MPH now, at least 2 addresses show up downtown (252 North Bridge Road & One Raffles Link), and I remember only one, and I don't know which one!

Does anyone remember this place? Can you help me clarify my memory? I'd be forever indebted.

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