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Since everyone was raving about Tang House Of Fishball's signature mee pok, I decided to give it a try. I was apprehensive at first, because it looked a lot like Hakka Mee, and I wasn't really a fan. Moreover, wifey promised to share with me since she wasn't ordering a main. When the noodles came, it looked quite mouthwatering, especially with the pieces of fried lard on top. There were also a generous portion of minced pork given. I mixed it all up, and had a taste. The noodles were done just n
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Since everyone was raving about Tang House Of Fishball's signature mee pok, I decided to give it a try. I was apprehensive at first, because it looked a lot like Hakka Mee, and I wasn't really a fan. Moreover, wifey promised to share with me since she wasn't ordering a main. When the noodles came, it looked quite mouthwatering, especially with the pieces of fried lard on top. There were also a generous portion of minced pork given. I mixed it all up, and had a taste. The noodles were done just nice, not too soft. The combination of minced pork, fried lard and lard oil made it all very delicious. After wifey had a few bites, I polished it off. Priced at RM6 per bowl, it was well worth the amount paid.
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