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This Hidden Gem At Amoy Street Food Centre Serves Flavourful Indian-Style Mee Goreng!

Nothing beats a classic Indian-style Mee Goreng. Or, as most people call it, Mee Goreng Mamak. At Bismillah Muslim Food Stall, you get possibly one of the best versions of this dish possible! While it is truly amazing, it is also heavily slept on as not many people know about this spot. Well, now you do! If you’re looking for a spicy Halal plate of Mee Goreng, this is definitely your spot!

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Hidden Gem At Amoy Street Food Centre

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This humble stall located at the back of Amoy Street Food Centre is often overlooked by hungry customers. And who could blame them! Amoy Street is known for its many varying options in terms of street food. But, should you take your time to go in a little deeper, you find this hidden gem tucked away at the very end of Amoy Street Food Centre! You will find that with a little effort, you’d be in for a reward!

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You just can’t beat a classic! Mamak-style dishes are usually chock-full of flavour. With the fusion of both Malay and Indian spices combined, you get yourself a mouth-watering experience! This dish is no exception! Every bite is more addictive than the next. You will soon find out why!

Mee Goreng Mamak With Lots Of Potatoes

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While it looks relatively simple, this Mee Goreng does take some time to prepare. This is mainly to create the sauce! Unlike normal Mee Goreng, this version is slightly sweeter. Also, you can tell by its bright red colour! The noodles are cooked beforehand to make many plates all at once. The potatoes are diced and boiled and set aside. Once all the ingredients are done, they fry it all in a wok, giving it an almost BBQ quality with the sweet and smoky flavours!

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This Mee Goreng Mamak ($2.50) is a delicious blend of two different cuisines! Mee Goreng is a classic Malay dish, added with some Indian spices and cooking techniques and you got yourself something wholly unique! The noodles are cooked to perfection, smoky and sweet as well. There are also chunks of mutton that add savouriness to this dish. But the most important aspect is potatoes! It is fluffy, delicate and seasoned through with the spices! This dish is a must-try for all Mee Goreng lovers.

Hurry Down And Try Bismillah Muslim Food Stall Today!

Do note that Amoy Street Food Centre is often full of people. We suggest coming around 2pm to avoid large crowds and of course, bring your friends and family to enjoy their signature dish! Come on down today!

Address: 7 Maxwell Rd, #01-63, Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111

Operating Hours: Daily, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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