SG version of Sarawak Kolo Mee with minced meat, char siew, meat balls, two slices of Fried Wantons and vegetables. Costed S$5.80 at QQ Noodle House.
Some reviews of the noodles feel that the noodles were not very authentic (some even commented that it is a far cry from home), but I find the overall taste alright for me, maybe because I am not a very picky eater.
However, one point to note, the Fried Wantons had almost no fillings and were mere dumpling skin.
But their service was quite good, fast and polite.
This is how the noodles look.
QQ Noodle House
231 Victoria Street, Bugis Village, 188025