Mee rebus hasn't quite been on my foodie radar for quite a while now. The last time I wrote about mee rebus was way back in 2008! My childhood memory of mee rebus was one which my mum used to buy from a macik selling from her flat in Toa Payoh Lor 7. Mee rebus has always managed to conjure up nostalgia but seldom any intense craving, hence the long interlude.
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Epok Epok $1.20 Have you ever wondered how I find all the makan places on the blog? Well, when I first started the blog it was quite easy. Just look for lists of all the best food places that people have posted on the internet. Once that began to dry up, I started our own […]
With smart There is something about the way how our Malay friends use the English language that is very unique. In particular there are several English words that somehow resonate with the Malay culture. I am talking about words such as “Power” and “Relac”(Relax). Somehow, they managed to take very ordinary words and turn them […]
This is quite an interesting twist to the good old Mee Rebus. I don’t often eat Mee Rebus, but this one certainly caught my attention. What the stall owner did was to add mutton into the sauce. My most memorable up till this time was when I was still in primary school. I was living […]