Suhaime’s: Famous Mee Rebus Stall With Queues From 6AM At Geylang Bahru

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Suhaime’s for famous mee rebus in Geylang Bahru Market

Mee rebus is a heritage dish with mixed origins; some believe it has Chinese roots, while others think of it to have originated in Indonesia. There’s also another camp attributing the creation of the noodle dish to the northern states of Malaysia.

One place that’s known for serving a solid rendition of mee rebus in Singapore is Suhaime’s, a humble hawker stall in Geylang Bahru Market and Food Centre.

Each $3.50 serving gets you a piping hot bowl of yellow noodles, drenched in a viscous and rich kuah. The secret lies in the sauce, which is said to be a recipe passed down from a now-defunct stall in Geylang Lorong 1.

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