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Lee Wee & Brothers' Foodstuff (Nex)

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Lee Wee & Brothers' Foodstuff serves Asian cuisine, specializing in Nasi Lemak. For over ten years, Lee Wee & Brothers' Foodstuff Pte Ltd has gone beyond just bringing you mouth-watering authentic local treats. Having achieved multiple Excellent Food Awards and Halal certificates, we continue to tantalize taste buds with our growing menu of culinary delights and island-wide delivery services

Daily: 10:30 - 22:30

+65 67889122
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best otah imo

Funny someone added this and there has been ntg said. Lee Wee Bros to me serves the best otah in Singapore. Despite prices up 20% in recent days, it's still great. Fish bones are a rarity in the otah paste and it's velvety smooth. I usually get it from their factory cum office near Hougang.

Don;t get em wrong they taste exactly the same, just the other location in Realty Park is more convenient. I also only like the normal otah. It retails at 60cents up f rom 50. Don;t quite agree with the other exoctic flaours they carry. I also do not recommend their periperhal items. Of coz that's just my 2 cents.

 

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Funny someone added this and there has been ntg said. Lee Wee Bros to me serves the best otah in Singapore. Despite prices up 20% in recent days, it's still great. Fish bones are a rarity in the otah paste and it's velvety smooth. I usually get it from their factory cum office near Hougang.

Don;t get em wrong they taste exactly the same, just the other location in Realty Park is more convenient. I also only like the normal otah. It retails at 60cents up f rom 50. Don;t quite agree with the other exoctic flaours they carry. I also do not recommend their periperhal items. Of coz that's just my 2 cents.

 

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