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Beef Kway Teow Noodles

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Best Beef Noodles in Singapore under $4

Beef noodles is one of my favourite foods since young. It is really not easy to find a nice bowl of beef noodle in Singapore. I would therefore want to comment on this particular beef noodle stall located at Berseh Food Center. Thick beef noodle sauce with soft sliced beef is really worth the wait. Dip the sliced beef together with their home made chili sauce, it is really yum! While typing here, I'm craving for it right now! It's a pity that Uncle doesn't sell the beef separately. It all comes with a bowl of noodle in it. Due to its location, they are able to sell the beef noodle at an affordable price. Definitely worth the money! homemade taste, flavorful original beef taste soup...complimented by her secret recipe herbs. low prices...generous portions of beef.. nom nom

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Beef noodles is one of my favourite foods since young. It is really not easy to find a nice bowl of beef noodle in Singapore. I would therefore want to comment on this particular beef noodle stall located at Berseh Food Center. Thick beef noodle sauce with soft sliced beef is really worth the wait. Dip the sliced beef together with their home made chili sauce, it is really yum! While typing here, I'm craving for it right now! It's a pity that Uncle doesn't sell the beef separately. It all comes with a bowl of noodle in it. Due to its location, they are able to sell the beef noodle at an affordable price. Definitely worth the money! homemade taste, flavorful original beef taste soup...complimented by her secret recipe herbs. low prices...generous portions of beef.. nom nom
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