Review Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee, 285 Yishun Ave 6, Singapore

Review Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee - Singapore 285 Yishun Ave 6

“Ordered red kolo mee, portion is quite big for $5. Was suprised that I can finish all, must be tasty.” or “Simple and plain looking but maximum taste and flavour. My regular go to food for lunch.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee is quality.

Introduction about Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee

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Background Info

  • Phone: 91390089 (+65 91390089)
  • Address: 285 Yishun Ave 6, #01-02, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 7 AM to 2 PM.

Sunday: Closed.

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Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee reviews

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Is Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee good?

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“Yummy! The lard fragrance permeates into our nose, lard oil maintains the moisture of the noodles and minced meat, bringing up the whole eating experience to the next level …”

“Ordered red kolo mee, portion is quite big for $5. Was suprised that I can finish all, must be tasty.”

“Simple and plain looking but maximum taste and flavour. My regular go to food for lunch.”

“Best Kolo Mee ever! Request for more pork lard and add the chilli flake for additional burst of flavour.”

“This is a simple bowl of simple goodness and comfort. It doesn't get much better than that.”

“Not much kolo mee stores in yishun but this is not too bad. Small but tasty. It's served with minced pork, love their noodles on its own as well.”

“Best ever noodles, the noodles has a qq taste and was more like handmade than the normal mee Kia...I would really keep coming back for more to try the other flavours”

“It's a small but sincere store. Noodles looks very simple with minced pork and noodle but the taste is great”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 147 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 69% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee, 285 Yishun Ave 6, Singapore

There is a total 147 reviews

4.1 / 5

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    CW T

    QC is inconsistent. I ordered 2 bowls of the same noodles. But one bowl of noodles was wet with the sauce whereas the other was dry as if there was no sauce. And the price is different from the display. Taste is OK though. Not fantastic but not lousy.

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    Shan L

    No connoisseur of kolo mee, but my experience of trying this dish multiple times when I travelled to Sarawak tells me that this is close to what I had there. You can’t compare to your usual noodle-fare here. Enjoy this on its own.

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    Thiew Reagan

    Small stall but great tasting kolo mee I can find in woodlands region. For big eater like myself…always need to upsize and if you like it spicier..you gotta go add on more chilli by yourselves. The owner only gives a little.

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    Wei Guang

    BEST COLUMN IN SG!!!!

    BEST KOLO MEE IN SG!!!!

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    FoodieDirectory

    I had the soup noodles with wanton. It’s not too bad but nothing to make a detour for.

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    Alfred Siew

    Decent noodles. But should be firmer. A bit too much of the sauce/oil as well, as the Sarawak style is usually just nice, not too wet.

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    Eeleenz Liang

    not my liking. taste is ok but after few mouths u will feel sian of it because u oni have bak chor. $4 for a bowl. can add $1 for wanton.

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    Michiyo Ta

    There are 6 noodle in the menu (original kolomee, sweet soy sauce kolomee, charsiew sauce kolomee, soup kolomee, wonton kolomee, & soup wonton kolomee). I’ve ordered original kolomee with premium size cost $6.. The standard size is $4.

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    EnQing Xavier

    It’s a small but sincere store. Noodles looks very simple with minced pork and noodle but the taste is great

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    JC Sim

    Good noodle but the taste is a bit over though. The feel is not exactly as what I had back in sarawak.

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    Kenneth Ang

    Awesome noodle texture. Right qq-ness and taste just alright.

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    Pitono Opi

    Good Serawak Noodle

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    Wei Shan Foo

    little pricey and small portion

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    Jackie Ong Chao Wen

    The Best food

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    Marcus Ong

    Small portion. I ordered no. 2 and i think its too salty

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    Ryan Tan

    Taste like original Sarawak kolo noodles.

    Taste like original Sarawak kolo noodle.

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    Des

    Very authentic Sarawak noodle, not to be missed.

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    ARacking Shelving Solutions

    Authentic and very delicious

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    邓聃

    Good smell and tasting. But don’t have too much at a time.

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    Hafiz Awalludin

    the muslim food is cheap and nice

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    Edmond Ow Yew Tinn

    Ask for the charsiew. Very authantic.

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    Jonathan Liu

    Noodles a little overcooked, some part mushy. Taste wise quite okay, such a pity the mince meat was not the kind like the one in Kuching and no other toppings such as spring onion or char siew.

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    Lene

    Nice, it taste nicer when it’s a take-out/ take-away as it is slightly ‘wet’ when you eat it immediately

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    Takagi Ramen

    Very Delicious & Tasty Kolomee! The mince meat and sauce is very authentic as well.

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    Food Lover

    It was delicious but it would be better if the noodles has no starchy texture.

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    Chong Wei WONG

    The stall actually tucked away in a secluded part of Yishun. It is just opposite of industrial park. So I am sure it has its customer base. As for the noodle, it is just a plain old simple kolomee of noodle and mince meat. Just don’t judge the food by its rating. It is comfort food for some and unsophisticated for other. My suggestion would be it is still worth a try. I personally like it. Close to the original, just don’t expect anything fancy. Would I come back again? Yes.

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    J Q

    My favourite noodle stall

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    Chin Tian Tay

    Delicious

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    HU CHONG JIN

    You can see the pride Mr Yip takes in preparing this noodles. And the taste is so good that it becomes a weekly indulgence my family and I treat ourselves to every Saturday.
    Remember to add the wantons it’s really fresh.
    The minced meat definitely has a secret formula in it.
    A must try for all minced meat noodle lovers.

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    J Li

    Kolomee has alway been my favourite. Being able to find one in this wulu hdb area is like a fallen precious gem to me. The noodle is springy with nicely marinated minced pork, make me wanted to have more.
    But of such mini portion and just minced pork for $4 is a bit pricey. A yong tau food shop next door with double time the ingredient cost $4.30. The chicken noodle also next door for quite satisfying portion of meat cost just $3.50. Same area same environment but different price range. I will still visit the store bcos i simply love kolomee but once in a blue moon only. If the price could be more reasonable i think i will visit like alot more. Hope the boss read this =P

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    Justin Ong

    Food was OK
    Service was abit slow though.

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    Muhammad Fadhli Hussain

    Visited the Chicken Rice Penyet Stall. Crispy and large chicken portion.

    Visited the Nasi Ayam Penyet Stall. Crispy and large chicken portion.

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    Ng Eugene

    Must try

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    Rei Koh

    This is the Traditional Sarawak Kolomee, not the usual “wan tan mee” look-alike. I ordered “Original” to try, contains only noodle and minced pork. This is what kolomee is all about, don’t be alarm why no other ingredients, it’s meant to be. Try to savor the flavours in the bowl. The owner is very focus in his cooking, can tell he makes each bowl with passion.

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    Natalie L

    Super delicious. I especially enjoyed the Sweet Soy Sauce Noodles (Number 2). Get the premium version, you will get a mountain, heapful of minced meat and fragrant fried garlic which adds a fragrance and wonderful crunchy texture to the noodles. Highly recommended!

    Prices as follows:
    Normal: $4.00
    Upsize: $5.00
    Premium: $6.50

    Asked the owner what premium meant. He said “more ingredients and with fragrant fried garlic”.

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    MacGyver “Hero”

    Traditional kolo mee. We have 2 premium bowls. Different from our usual bak chor mee.

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    A K

    Tried the charsiew kolo mee. noodles was alittle too overcook and it became a little mushy. Didn’t quite like how the minced meat tasted. Owner is sincere and nice though! Worth a try.

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    min min

    There is no feeling of sarawak noodles at all
    chili is different
    meat too
    a little disappointed

    完全没有sarawak面的感觉
    辣椒不一样
    肉也是
    有一点失望

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    Wei Ling Lee

    Nicely marinated minced pork with QQ kolomee. Recommend!

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    Boon Teck

    food is not expensive

    食物不贵

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    Dennis Kwan

    Very friendly boss!

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    王慧珍

    QQ is delicious!

    QQ 很好吃!

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    Andrew Chwee

    The taste is refreshing. Light and you will enjoy simple meal without much hassle. The meat is tender and flavourful. Noodles is springy. On its own it’s worth the trip. However the place has limited seats so don’t come when it’s peaked hours. Wear light.

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    Alvin Chai

    Plain kolo mee without char siew. Green onion ran out when i was there.

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    Sean Chua

    Noodles is tasty. Minced meat is sweet. Overall nice!

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    Andrew Yong

    Nice food. But portion is a bit too small. Price is slightly above average.

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    Alexander Chua

    Ok to give it a try if u wanted something different or never tasted before. Consider slightly high price for almost similar Pontian portion of specially made You Mian spread with mince pork.

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    Chiew Leng Ong

    Nice place to go for breakfast.

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    chua whedmund

    Average.

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    Loki Mann

    Deserves a michelle star. Open Mondays to Fridays. I learnt that the hard way by walking there on a Saturday morning. Kolo mee is the full chef version of instant mee goreng. Emptied my bowl of red premium ($6.50) easily. Sedap siol

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    O O

    I think so far the best kolo mee in yishun.. but not the best in singapore… last i tasted, the kolo mee at haig road taste is better. Hope they can improve the texture.. it just felt something missing, or if i am expecting too much after tasting the real one from Sarawak in Sarawak?

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    Daemian Koh

    Tried their salty and sweet Sarawak noodle dry. Overall for salty flavour, not much taste. For sweet much more taste. Not worth to take the detour to come and try. The noodle is over cook

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    35EA Wong Sin Yi Violet

    So so only.

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    Lynie Seow

    Had it once and it was not my cup of tea.

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    Hong Weijian

    Good sarawak style kolok mee

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    Eugene Liew

    tasty noodle

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    TS E

    1) Small portion. I am 68kg 170cm Male and I feel hungry just right after 2 hours consuming the noodle.
    2) Consider pricey as the stall is situated in factory area.
    3) Taste wise….. erh… I think OK gua.. not sure.. I not the Kolomee fan LOL

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    amos ong

    Nice, nice, nice. Despite being a simple dish, the taste is simply brilliant. Surprise to find such good food tuck in a small coffee shop in the neighbourhood. Oh yes, they alao providw takeaways with those delivery services….

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    Christopher Wu

    Great food great boss!

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    Steven Foo

    Taste ok. Serving portion a little small
    Price ok $3. Not for big eater

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    Zhi Yan Chiam

    Very very normal noodles. $4 for this bowl of noodles is rather expensive. The taste is also quite bland.

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    Joel

    Nice food

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    Felix Tiong

    Because of the Kolomee.

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    Jason K

    no ingredients no soup ,just Maggie

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    krisppy kreams

    good food

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    Kun Xiang Chia (Charles)

    Tasty, but expensive considering the material, effort and stall setup for this dish. Its $4.70 for take away!

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    Henry Y.

    My wife n me love tis Sarawak Noodles. Fresh ingredients. Clean bowl n utensils. Plus I love e way e taste is. Im a regular there til e boss Ah Yip n me became frds.. Try it ! !

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    Kuek Ee Song

    Hometown taste, what’s more to say

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    Backyard Xplorer

    Nice noodle texture. Only on saturday has char siew. My usual helping is wan tan and char siew if avail. Owner friendly enough to come around to chat when he has no orders. Avoid lunch hours as seating is limited in this small coffeeshop

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    howto dothis

    very nice kolomee. I prefer the char siew version.

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    Jonah Goh

    My kind of noodle

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    Jade Ng

    Taste is not like sarawak kolo mee

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    Jenson Koh

    Nice noodle

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    louis lai

    Only taste of Sarawak pepper

    只有Sarawak 胡椒粉的味道

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    偶不是黛玩朗I am American。

    Noodles that are hard to find in Singapore.

    在新加坡很难找到的面食。

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    Hong Kai Wong

    Noodle was above average. It get’s a bit bland after eating for a while. Service was good ,but food definitely has a lot of room for improvement.

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    Soh Lian Kai

    I ordered the premium version of the original and it came as the same portion as my friends who ordered the small version, albeit in a bigger bowl. It looks nothing like the YouTube version. My “premium” version came with noodles and minced pork. Total 2 ingredients. Oh and a few spring onions. Soup is extra 50¢. Okay tasting but totally not worth the price.

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    Dennis Chai

    Sarawak Kolo mee. Rare find in Singapore. Would have been better with pickled green chilli.

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    Autumn Foo

    There are 3 version of dry noodles. Sweet (black sauce – taste like indomie), savour (meat favour) and char siew sauce. Char siew sauce is in between sweet and savour.

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    Chong Wei WONG

    The stall actually tucked away in a secluded part of Yishun. It is just opposite of industrial park. So I am sure it has its customer base. As for the noodle, it is just a plain old simple kolomee of noodle and mince meat. Just don’t judge the food by its rating. It is comfort food for some and unsophisticated for other. My suggestion would be it is still worth a try. I personally like it. Close to the original, just don’t expect anything fancy. Would I come back again? Yes.

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    Melvin Jee

    Ordered the premium original Kolo Mee $6.50.

    Taste wise, okay-okay lah, not to my liking, noodle abit soggy and their version only has minced meat as the topping. Very much different from the one that I’m accustomed to in Kuching, maybe they’re from different part of Sarawak.

    But to be frank, they did indicate “Sarawak” and not “Kuching”, so it’s not a fair comparison for me to say so lol.

    I would still recommend you to come try, maybe you’ll enjoy it more than me, cheers!

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    Soon Wah Neo

    Yummy!

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    Ivy Lo

    This is the first time I have tasted kolo mee that is not like my hometown.. What about fried shallots, shallots and char siu? And paprika is. . ?

    第一次吃到超级不像家乡味的kolo mee…..炸葱 青葱 叉烧呢?还有辣椒粉是。。?

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    Valkrye Loke

    This is a simple bowl of simple goodness and comfort.

    It doesn’t get much better than that.

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    Francis Sim

    Love the texture and taste of Sarawak noodles! The wantons are usually sold out before 1pm.

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    Bernard Cher

    Power noodle. Must try

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    Desmond Loh

    Springy noodle with minced meat,overall nice!

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    Eric Kwong

    Ordered the black kolomee with chilli flakes.
    very nice breakfast. the folks here are very friendly

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    Jeremiah Tey

    Best Kolo Mee ever! Request for more pork lard and add the chilli flake for additional burst of flavour.

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    Art C

    Wanted to try this place out and so we ordered the premium dark sauce one and the normal one.

    We find it slightly on the salty side especially the premium but then I’m kinda sensitive to salt.

    Overall, it’s OK but not great. I have had better ones. And it’s at $4.50 for the small bowl.

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    Hean-Seng Tan

    It is not easy to find Sarawak kolo mee in the northern part of Singapore and this is reasonably good. I would say it’s the best kolo mee in Yishun at the moment.

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    Pf Leong

    Cantonese porridge is good…

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    Tianle Weng

    Nice. Very good value for price. Definitely worth to try.

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    Melvin Jee

    Ordered the premium original Kolo Mee $6.50.

    Taste wise, okay-okay lah, not to my liking, noodle abit soggy and their version only has minced meat as the topping. Very much different from the one that I’m accustomed to in Kuching, maybe they’re from different part of Sarawak.

    But to be frank, they did indicate “Sarawak” and not “Kuching”, so it’s not a fair comparison for me to say so lol.

    I would still recommend you to come try, maybe you’ll enjoy it more than me, cheers!

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    Stellena Victoria Lee

    Best ever noodles, the noodles has a qq taste and was more like handmade than the normal mee Kia…I would really keep coming back for more to try the other flavours

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    Terence Ho

    Very Q noodles and nice wanton…!!!

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    Timothy Quek

    Food is delicious.

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    Tyler Teo

    Yummy! The lard fragrance permeates into our nose, lard oil maintains the moisture of the noodles and minced meat, bringing up the whole eating experience to the next level …

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    Thiru selvan

    Simple & neat dish. I feel so excited when i see this…& It gives better feel after taken.Much better with the chilli… They very kind when serving dishes it makes us Feel satisfied. Thanks for the good services & awesome dish.

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    Chongcw

    Ma Ma Tei, put chopped green onion by yourself

    麻麻地,葱花自己放的

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    Johnson Yeo

    Number 1 good

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    Edmondo

    Food is delicious but not hygienic. I would recommend the owner to wear disposable gloves when grabbing noodles after handling cash. Hope he can see it, lol

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    Erlia Anom

    Simple yet satisfying comfort food. Kolo mee is the closest I can get to Indonesian Chinese noodle. We always ask for premium noodle (so it will have more meat & wontons), but keep the noodle portion as regular.

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    Ng Derrick

    Good noodles, on a sweeter side would better if the minced meat is more savoury

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    Marcus Ho

    Delicious bowl of kolo mee with fantastic eggs!

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    auinnting

    Very disappointed with the texture and taste of the kolomee. The cook seems very inconsistent. Try elsewhere just no this one.

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    Ivan

    Boss can be a bit busy but other decent food. Nothing to scream about

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    Kelvin Chua

    Very good!!!

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    Nyok Pin YONG

    Because it’s Oil Town Sarawak Kolomee. You gotta try them to know them.

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    James S

    Taste good. A bit expensive for a noodle.

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    Jenant Teo

    The noodle was OK. Different from our normal wontan and bak chor mee. But pricey. A small bowl of noodle with 4 wontan coat $4.50

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    Sugianto So

    Nice Kolo mee! I am a regular

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    KP Teo

    Very simple yet powerful taste!!

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    YY DU

    Easy parking. Relatively small portion but delicious.

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    Angel Wow

    Awesome

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    KK

    The ingredients is really fresh and the texture of the noodles has the consistency of that from Sarawak. Might taste a bit bland for dinners who compare it to the local noodle variations such as Bak Chor Nee, etc. Good service by the stall vendor who went around asking diners for their feedback on the noodles. I would personally just settle for a normal serving size instead of the premium serving size the next time round, saving the space for other food.

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    Dan

    Cheap and good. But portion a bit small

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    Spencer Woo

    Not worth the $

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    TYS

    Food was a bit wet! Standard drop

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    Connor Wong

    Pretty good

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    C Liu

    Taste is so-so, price is not so. Dismal serving size only worsens it. Oh and the dry noodles do not even come with a bowl of soup.

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    Donald Kuok

    Very nice noodles. Very springy and chili works well with it.
    The soup is very nice with pepper and salt.

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    Raymond T

    Nice hearty fare

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    Kelvin Chye

    Ordered the original as well as the black sauce kolo mee. We found the noodles has a slight starchy texture, which sort of diminish the taste of the kolo mee. The meat was like a gooey mesh of blended meat. The chilli lacks a bit of punch as well.

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    John Chua

    I had been patronising this stall for past 7 yrs when it was open 8 yrs ago.
    And I came by atleast 3X per month.

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    DATO YAN

    good good good

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    A k

    not cheap but recommended if you craving for sarawak noodle.

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    SIEW LIAN LIM

    I have been there many times. Always order the dry n salty version. The texture n taste of noodles is always consistent, springy noodles. The Thai chillies flakes/powder is a real kick, toss with the noodles, become a fiery bowl of Sarawak Kolo mee. Without the chillies, the original taste of these noodle is still great, it is no doubt oily. The minced meat has over time become more mashed which he can improved.

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    Crystal Hu

    Was introduce to this place by my brother. Mr Yip really spend lots of time preparing the noodles, minced meat and wanton with pride. He doesn’t rush into preparing the food. Love the noodles with the minced meats and the wantons. Whenever I can, over the weekend I’ll go eat with my bf or my brother and his family. Been introducing to my friends who stay around the area!

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    Daryl Wang

    Overall it’s something that would make me travel just for breakfast.
    Recommends to get the one with black sauce and add-in their home made wanton (a must try).

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    Simon Yuen

    The best Kolo mee I had in singapore ever since I once had in Sarawak. I love the sweet sauce version(menu No.3) of kolo mee which i fell in love with when I had it in Sarawak. Although it’s not that sweet compared to the one I had last time, the combination of the springy noodles and mince pork makes a perfect meal to have especially in the morning.

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    Kevin Yong

    This is not the usual everyday noodles. It is the Sarawak style noodles whereby some may have mistaken as instant noodles. For those that appreciate the unique Sarawak style will enjoy & slaver the doozy dish.

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    TAY TED

    Kolo mi good!

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    luo

    Best kolo mee

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    Edward Goh

    Simple and plain looking but maximum taste and flavour. My regular go to food for lunch.

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    Kai

    Not much kolo mee stores in yishun but this is not too bad. Small but tasty. It’s served with minced pork, love their noodles on its own as well.

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    Loyhin LIW

    The serving size is small, I can’t get enough of it

    份量🈶点少,本人是吃不饱啦 …

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    Seow Kweng Hong

    The noodles tasted not really up to expectations. Price is a bit on the high side.

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    Wen Sheng Foo

    Not bad but is expensive

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    John Lin Zhenji

    Abalone noodles.. special noodles.. spicy and good

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    Chandra Wijaya Setiawan

    Noodle texture is springy to my liking; and oil is so fragrant. Meat is too bland and no other topping like charsew dumpling and veggie.

    But I keep coming back here every week for the noodle. It is very special noodle.
    (Edited from 3 to 5 for this X factor)

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    Ken&TongTong

    Ordered red kolo mee, portion is quite big for $5. Was suprised that I can finish all, must be tasty.

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    Lee Weng Sun

    Taste of Sarawak Mee

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    jay lloyd low

    Awesome

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    Stanley Loh

    Not been trying for quite a long while, still as tasty.. just that the price has increased. No choice, everything price go north.

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    Shawn Lim

    Noodles is not bad! Quite tasty and very generous portion of mince meat (maybe because we ordered the premium version).

    Would like it better if maybe the noodles was harder. Like al dente style.

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    Art C

    Wanted to try this place out and so we ordered the premium dark sauce one and the normal one.

    We find it slightly on the salty side especially the premium but then I’m kinda sensitive to salt.

    Overall, it’s OK but not great. I have had better ones. And it’s at $4.50 for the small bowl.

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