While on my way to the Singapore Arts Museum, I chanced upon M11 along Bencoolen Street. The mini-food court is found just before the stretch of hotels and the bigger cousin of Kopitiam along the same stretch. A majority of the owners are Thais and Vietnamese. I hear conversations in Thai every where I turned! There were even 3 rather feminine looking Thai crossdressers waiting to buy their food at a stall. I really thought I was in Bangkok like that time when I backpacked Thailand for a month during my university days and this is HERE in the heart of Singapore!
Why is it always a bigger portion on pictures than in reality?
See what I mean? Anyway, I have not had this dish for a long time. The gravy of chinese wine and the red paste (don't ask me what that is) reminded me of the mee sua my granny and mom used to cook in the past.
I simply had to finish every drop of the delicious gravy which would be perfect if it was a lot thicker.
So that was to fill my stomach so that I do not drink with my university friends later on an empty stomach and suffer dire consequences.