Why you should go to Ming Chung Restaurant for White Lor Mee

Henghua Lor Mee is a traditional snack that originated from Putian, Fujian, China. Unlike Lor Mee that we usually have in hawkers that are served in thick starchy gravy and think flat yellow noodles, Henghua Lor Mee is served with a white soup broil and rich ingredients of seafood. Being a migrant from Putian in Fujian province, China, the late founder Ho Ah Tong, has established Ming Chung Restuarant in 1933. During that time, the restaurant was opened on Weld Road, opposite of present “Thieves Market” in Sungei Road area. Catering to the Henghua immigrants’ cravings for home-style food, the restaurant has become a meeting place for local Henghua and Hokkien communities, including rickshaw riders and laborers. The restaurant was named “Ming Chung (民众)”, means “people” …

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Chia Bee Lor Mee for Midnight Supper !

Chia Bee Lor Mee – Noodles and gravy are being packed separately. Before my sister landed in Singapore from her trip in Bali, her SMS had already came in the afternoon,  asking if I would be interested in having Lor Mee as supper. Knowing my sister for so long, I believed it was not her idea’s at all but it was her boyfriend’s idea ! For me, eating is just life and there is no way I would reject any offer like this, especially for supper. Our initial plan was to go down to North Bridge Road straight and dine at the coffeeshop, but after overwhelming response at home that everyone wants to have supper, we opted to takeaway and have it at home instead. While …

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