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Berseh Food Centre

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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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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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