8 Mar 2014

Kolo Mee

Kolo Mee & Sarawak Laska.

I missed when the Jalan Bersah stall,taken over and stopped selling kolo mee.I had this urge to have one,when my colleague told me about this stall.

When I arrived at around 11.30a.m the stall was just finishing setting up.Waited for couple of
minutes and was served my Kolo mee.

Kolo Mee.$3.50.Served with minced meat,Char Siew and very thin crispy with almost invisible meat filling wantons.The char siew and the wanton were very average tasting.

The curly kolo mee was cooked to prefection,very springy,QQ.Just eaten with chilly ,it was just okay nothing kicking in.But when stir with minced pork,the whole taste changed.Now the kolo mee had more body and taste and flavour to it. I easily finished off.
Pls note the $3.00 portion does not come minced pork.
The $3.50 portion come with with bigger portion of noodles,wantons and minced pork.This stall sells another Sarwak speciality.

Sarawak Laska.$4.50.The sign shows $4.00.This my first time trying Sarawak laska.

The laska was served with bee hoon, fresh tasting prawns,shredded chicken and some fried egg slices.The soup broth was tasty,can almost taste a strong chicken stock flavour in it.The soup broth tasted more to a lighter version of Singapore style chicken curry mee noodle broth.

Sarawak Laska is sold only on Mondays.

Prices seem a bit high.But only a very few stalls here are selling  kolo mee and Sarawak Laska.

Kolo Mee
Sing Li Coffee Shop
177 MacPherson Road


  1. There is another store at ubi 1 building that serve kolo mee too.u can try it out.

  2. Where is the Ubi 1 Building? Ubi Avenue 1?

  3. Another one at Sakae Building (opp Tai Seng MRT)