Street Food - Mee Rebus

June 28, 2012 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Street Food - Mee Rebus

Also Known As:
Mee Rebus, Mi Rebus, Mie Rebus



Average Price Per Serving:
SGD $2.50 - $4



Description:
Mee Rebus means 'Boiled Noodles', and it is a Malay dish consisting of boiled yellow egg noodles in a thick, sweet and slightly spicy gravy.


The thick, sweet and slightly spicy gravy for Mee Rebus is made with water, mashed potatoes / mashed sweet potatoes, fermented soy beans, curry powder, dried shrimp, chicken stock, peanuts and tamarind paste.

Mee Rebus is usually garnished with a hard boiled egg, chinese firm dry tofu, bean sprouts, fried shallots, chili, lime and chinese celery. Some hawkers also include beef, mutton or dark soy sauce.

A good Mee Rebus will have gravy that is thick, but not gooey, and enough to coat the noodles evenly. Adding lime will enhance the taste and impart a burst of freshness.


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In Singapore, Mee Rebus is typically eaten for breakfast.

These are the top 3 stalls which I feel serve the best Mee Rebus in Singapore.


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Glory Catering
@ 139 East Coast Road
Opening Hours: 8.30am - 8.30pm Closed Mon



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Selera Kita
@ 58 New Upper Changi Road #01-182
Opening Hours: Mon - Thu 9am - 5pm, Sat - Sun 9am - 2pm Closed Fri



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Fandi Mona / Afandi Hawa & Family
@ 14 Haig Road #01-21
Opening Hours: Fri - Tue 10am - 8pm Closed Wed & Thu



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