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Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee

Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee has been setup since 1997 in a S-11 Coffeeshop. I have been wanting to visit Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee at Devir Nair for a long time during Weekdays but the thought of beating the lunch crowd during the peak hours had held me back.  Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee was helmed by the 2nd generation.

Stall of Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee at Devir Nair

There are various items on the Menu of Feng Zhen Lor Mee unlike the one at Taman Jurong. Besides the traditional Lor Mee, they have Yuan Yang Fish Lor Mee, Egg Beancurd Lor Mee, Fish Dumpling, etc. There are seven flavours in total.

Signboard of Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee

Over at the condiments area, patrons can help themselves and topped up to their liking.

Condiments Corner

Food was served using disposables bowls and cutleries.  Let's check out what is it in a bowl of Lor Mee Specialty.  The braised sauce was thick but not over gluey coupled with fried handmade pork balls, fried egg Tau Hu and Ngoh Hiang. On a side note, all ingredients and sauces were all made by themselves.

Lor Mee Specialty 特质卤面- $5.50 (Small)

I love my bowl of Lor Mee to have its basic condiments thus garlic, chilli, spring onions as well as vinegar were all added as my default.

Have a Mouth too

While patrons can have the choice of their noodles, I prefer to consume them with traditional flat yellow noodles instead of Kway Teow or yellow noodles. The braised gravy was decent and on a sweet side with traces of eggs used.

Lor Mee Specialty with Yellow Noodles 

While the fundamental traditional Lor Mee comprises of generous amount of crispy pork balls, braised eggs, fish cakes and pork belly.

Traditional Lor Mee 传统卤面 - $6 (Big)

Here's the traditional Bowl of Lor Mee

Here's the braised pork belly if you are looking for it in your bowl of traditional Lor Mee.

Pork Belly

We ordered additional sides like the crispy handmade pork balls, Ngoh Hiong and Prawn Roll. 


I think most of us remember Feng Zhen Lor Mee for its deep fried crispy brown meat balls and here you go! These meat balls were freshly handmade and generously provided in our bowls of Lor Mee.

Crispy Pork Balls

The fillings of the Ngoh Hiang were on the mashy side, perhaps the meat was overly minced. I do prefer the part where we can have some texture and bits of the fillings. 

Ngoh Hiang

The prawn roll fillings tasted similar to the Ngoh Hiang where the minced meat texture needs to be improved on. 

Prawn Roll

Considering the location, it's just a stone's throw away from Jurong East Interchange and for those who are looking for a bowl of Lor Mee, this Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee will be a good choice.

Rating: 3.25 / 5

Yew Tee Feng Zhen Lor Mee
Devan Nair Institute, 80 Jurong East St 21, #01-05, Singapore 609607
Nearest Station: Jurong East (EW24 / NS1)

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