Lor Mee commands snaking queues every morning, and this comes as no surprise as Mr Teo, the owner, has been dishing out Lor Mee since the 70s. The beauty of his Lor Mee lies in the contrast of textures. The amalgamation of the rich thick gravy with the crunchy bits of fried batter will definitely excite your taste buds.
With ingredients such as Ngo Hiang (fried meat roll), Lor Bak (braised meat), pork belly and essential condiments such as vinegar and chopped garlic, the flavours of the Lor Mee here are perfectly balanced. The gravy, made from pork bones, egg white and spices, is also freshly stewed every morning.
Make a trip to this famous stall and try Mr Teo’s Lor Mee, a bowl of savoury sticky goodness that will leave you wanting more.
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