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Monday, April 18, 2022

Milah's Corner

After countless times driving past the main road facing this Muslim Coffeeshop in Bukit Batok, we finally took the chance to visit the place. It was a public holiday and most of the stalls were packed with long queues in front of the stall.

Stall Milah's Corner

Mee Soto was decent and topped with celery and fried onions. While I was expecting some shredded chicken in my bowl of noodles, their version was part of the chicken being chopped into smaller pieces with bone attached.

Mee Soto - $3.50

Mee Rebus tastes pretty standard with sweet peanut gravy and Kecap Manis with Tau Gua Cubes and Egg. We topped up 2 pieces of Bagedil to make the meal more filling.

Mee Rebus - $3.50

The taste of the Bagedil was quite ordinary. It had a strong potato taste and I would prefer that more spices and condiments are added to make this traditional item tastier.

Bagedil - $0.50 Each

The standard Malay noodles from Milah's Corner tasted ordinary and nothing outstanding. Will I be back again soon? Well, most probably I will be back at the same coffee shop trying out food from other stalls.

Rating: 3 / 5

Milah's Corner
Blk 134 Bukit Batok West Avenue 6  #01-463 Singapore 650134

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