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I practically have my dinner here at least once or twice a week. Working nights there aren't many variety or options out there but at Ming Tien at least am able to change around what I eat. They are open from 7am to 4am if I am not mistaken. Cleanliness is just so so like all massive food courts. Service is hit and miss. Sometimes its hard to get hold of the drinks waiters.Good options to choose from would be the Bah Kut Teh (dry is the best), Vietnamese Rolls, Taiwan Sausage (spicy & bbq is my
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I practically have my dinner here at least once or twice a week. Working nights there aren't many variety or options out there but at Ming Tien at least am able to change around what I eat. They are open from 7am to 4am if I am not mistaken. Cleanliness is just so so like all massive food courts. Service is hit and miss. Sometimes its hard to get hold of the drinks waiters.

Good options to choose from would be the Bah Kut Teh (dry is the best), Vietnamese Rolls, Taiwan Sausage (spicy & bbq is my fav!), Claypot Chicken Rice, Pork Noodles, Sarawak Ko;ok Mee, Grill Fish, Shark Fin Soup (fake fins btw!), Osama Naan, Tandoori Chicken& for dessert the Apom stall which sadly is sold out by 10pm. As you can see I have eaten in almost all the stalls there.

Overall still a great place for a quick, cheap & quality meal.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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