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Berseh Food Centre

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Address: 166 Jalan Besar
Located along Jalan Besar, you can find a wide variety of value-for-money dishes and snacks at Berseh Food Centre.
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Ji Xiang Prawn Mee 02-41

At 11 pm this is the only stall open in this food centre but what they lack in choice they made it up in deliciousness as this is 1 of the better prawn mee in the east. The soup is prawnomatic (yes I just made up a word) and the noodles are cooked to perfection. For 3 dollars (i think it is just sinful to pay more than 3 bucks in a hawker centre) you get a couple of slices of fish cakes, 3 medium size prawns, sliced pork and a generous helping of bean sprouts. The store achieved a grade A for hygiene and that is always assuring. 2 thumps u

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Ji Xiang Prawn Mee 02-41

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At 11 pm this is the only stall open in this food centre but what they lack in choice they made it up in deliciousness as this is 1 of the better prawn mee in the east. The soup is prawnomatic (yes I just made up a word) and the noodles are cooked to perfection. For 3 dollars (i think it is just sinful to pay more than 3 bucks in a hawker centre) you get a couple of slices of fish cakes, 3 medium size prawns, sliced pork and a generous helping of bean sprouts. The store achieved a grade A for hygiene and that is always assuring. 2 thumps u
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Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned