Whether eaten with gravy or with soup, its is delicious. If eating the portion in gravy,together with the chilli and lime, the taste is just diffucult to describe.
We happened to be visiting a shop next door so decided to try it. The noodles were overcooked and bland, while the beef balls seem to have been bought from a supermarket, instead of being handmade as previously. Surprisingly enough, the best dish was actually a plate of fried dumplings. Definitely not what I remembered from days back.
One of those rare stores that still make the dish with the authentic traditional taste, with salted vegetable and tender beef with rich broth; the flavours are just like the way this dish is typically cooked from what I remembered in childhood. Big plus is the shop is in the heart of the city and very accessible.
I have been a patron of this stall since their earlier days in another location. Taste is still fantastically good, boss is friendly but I have one major gripe, their prices! It is overly expensive for the small portion. If their prices are more reasonable, I could visit there more often but as of now, I'd settle for lesser quality... More
Yum! Like back in the 70's
I was there on last Sunday having heard about this place and was very disappointed with the 1. pricing,2.quantity, and 3 quality of the said beef noodles from this place. minium $5/= for a small bowl (really small) with very little meat vern thinly sliced oieces of beef. even the waitress told us to buy the meidum bowl priced at... More
very very good beef balls, very very good soup, very very good chilli!
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