86 Lor Mee has ebi tempura and fried chicken lor meeat Golden Mile
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Most lor mee is done pretty traditionally: dark, starchy gravy accompanies yellow noodles and ingredients such as boiled egg, ngoh hiang, and battered fish. At 86 Lor Mee, however, the classic noodle dish gets a twist. Instead of just the aforementioned ingredients, this Golden Mile Food Centre stall has toppings such as ebi tempura, fried chicken cutlet, ngoh hiang and more.
The combination of the flavourful gravy and juicy, crispy chicken in the Fried Chicken Lor Mee (from $4) is said to be surprisingly good, and it helps that the stall gets the rest of the elements—the noodles, boiled egg, and fried wonton—just right.
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If you prefer the taste of fried fish or even prawn tempura, you can opt for either the Fried Fish Lor Mee (from $4) or the Fried Prawn Lor Mee ($4.50). There’s also the popular Homemade Ngoh Hiang Lor Mee (from $4) which, as the name suggests, features ngoh hiang hand-wrapped by the hawkers.
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Should you want all of those toppings together, go for the Signature Lor Mee (from $6). Your bowl of noodles will be filled to the brim with these tantalising fried ingredients, making it an absolute joy to eat.
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Do note that you can either have these fried ingredients as a topping or served on the side. The latter option is preferable if you want to prevent them from getting soggy. If you want them to soak up all that delicious gravy, though, then having them in your bowl is the clear choice.
Address: 505 Beach Road, #01-86, Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 8:30am to 6pm
86 Lor Mee is not a halal-certified eatery.