Fans of the noodle have more reason to patronize that menu in Singapore; it has kick-started new looks of Grandma Ban Mee to please is ardent eaters. Offering only three type of menu (dry/soup/chili) that is noodle based, guests can choose whatever they like and add more topping to spice up the palate. Especially these delectables never cost you above S$ 5.00 and classified as the most convenient hawker food ever. Sounds interesting? Let's check-in.
Nods to Amoy Street Food Centre's famous district, Grandma Ban Mee, are a simple food stall at the front row of the main entrance with royal red banner and light blue table. In short, this venue is easily spotted. Landed here, guest can join the queue that lasted until meal hours done, then greeted by the beautiful aroma of perfectly cooked noodle all the time. The humble young couple who run this business will serve your meal quickly and allow you to do the self-service after receiving your meal. Take anything you like but don't waste it.
At every turn, Chilli Ban Mee (S$ 5.00) brims with artisanal flavor. The perfectly springy noodle topped with dry chili, minced meat, and spring onion is just tasted good as it looks. Together with runny egg yolk, this menu will deliver a bit of creamy, juicy and smooth texture on every slurp of it. Just mixed it up together for the best experience. Also, don't forget to have this with a veggie soup on the side.
If you are quite an idealist and tend to avoid spicy food, better go with Ban Mee Dry (S$ 4.00). The same elements from the previous menu have been placed in that bowl except for chilli and egg. What we love the most is that honest presentation followed by the smoothness of noodle.
Some people may prefer to have the soup version called Ban Mee Soup (S$ 4.00). We find the soup is quite salty but still light. Although the skinnier type of noodle is taste quite good, we still prefer the dry version.
Grandma Ban Mee bring back the good old memories and taste of nostalgia. Offering a signature collection of ban mee, this food stall has drawn a new hype across the neighbourhood. Be sure to come around 11.00am to avoid that snaking line.
Grandma Ban Mee
7 Maxwell Rd
Amoy Street Food Centre #01-07
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer
11.15am - 2.30pm (Lunch)
5.30pm - 7.30pm (Dinner)
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