Amoy St Lor Mee at Jurong East
Image credit: Benjamin Chan via Google Maps
Westies can rejoice! The popular Amoy St Lor Mee, which has outlets in Whampoa Drive Food Centre and Amoy Street Food Centre, has opened a new stall in Jurong East.
Image credit: Chua SL via Can Eat! Hawker Food FB Group
According to a user on Can Eat! Hawker Food Facebook Group, the new hawker stall will be located in a coffeeshop at 252 Jurong East Street 24, which is a 14-minute walk or a short bus ride from Chinese Garden MRT Station. It’s slated to open sometime in mid-August 2022.
Image credit: @justeatsleep
Regulars love their old-school Lor Mee ($4), which dates back all the way to 1959. Each bowl comes with a generous serving of fried batang fish, pork belly, prawn roll, and yellow noodles, drenched in a viscous and flavourful gravy.
Don’t forget to add on some minced garlic, chilli, and vinegar for acidity. Fresh coriander leaves are thrown in to lift the flavours, so make sure you opt out if you aren’t a fan of the herb. Toss everything together, and enjoy the carby goodness while it’s hot!
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If you’re feeling extra peckish, go for the $5 Jumbo Meal size. This XL bowl comes with extra ingredients, including a hard-boiled egg with a jammy yolk.
Once you’ve had your fill of lor mee, visit the nearby Fei Fei Roasted Noodle for Michelin-approved charcoal char siew and more in Yuhua Village Food Centre.
If you’re looking for more food in the west, read our Pastago review for affordable handmade pasta with toppings such as smoked duck and house-made beef ragu. Alternatively, read our JCube food guide for more recommendations!
Address: 252 Jurong East Street 24, Singapore 600252
Opening hours: TBC
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Featured image adapted from @thebarefootfoodie and Benjamin Chan via Google Maps
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