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Chung Cheng Chilli Mee

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#01-59 Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore. 505 Beach Road Singapore
 
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Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Soup and Pork Rib Prawn Noodle with Chilli Paste

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Opening Hours:
8.30am – 8.30pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
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< $10
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(Updated: August 09, 2012)

Not spicy enough!

Chilli lovers like me might not like the chilli mee served at Chung Cheng. The 'chilli' paste was not spicy at all, although it was pretty salty. The pork ribs that they serve together with the noodles, however, are perfect. The ribs are tender and they don't get stuck in your teeth when you take a bite. The prawns, too, are well-cooked and you will love them.

If you're going to have some chilli 'mee' for lunch, make sure to have it at Golden Mile Complex itself and not takeaway. The best way to have these noodles is to have it while the ingredients are freshly cooked. If you can't handle chilli though, order lots of sugarcane drinks at the Complex itself and make sure you bring more deodorant!

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Spicy Sensation

If like me you are someone who decided what to eat based on how popular a stall is, then the Chung Cheng Chilli Mee stall will definitely catch your eye because for one there is always a queue and secondly because of the newspaper articles featuring it on display. The chilli mee basically consists of prawns, fish cakes, tau pork, pork ribs, bean sprouts, slices of hard boiled egg, yellow noodles and the chilli paste mixed to give a unique spicy taste to your noodles. Apparently the selling point of the stall is the chilli paste which has an awesome mix of sweetness and spiciness. My only complaint is that the chilli paste seemed to be a tad bit too salty and made me really thirsty afterwards but still, it was irresistible. The pork ribs were well-cooked and tender but the prawns were not really fresh in my opinion. If you order the chilli mee, you will be given a bowl of savory prawn mee soup which is a good respite from the fiery noodles.

For those in the mood for something soupy, the prawn noodle soup is not bad as well. Usually I would ask for no prawns so that the uncle will replace them with tender pork ribs instead. If still unsatisfied after this meal, I suggest getting ah ballings, also at golden mile food centre for desert!

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