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Mien Nghia Noodle Express

My friend, C, had take out from this place before. His friend bought it for him and there was no chili in it. He had to go back there to give it another try since his friend told him that it tasted better with chili. We drove to Rosemead for this and of cos Half & Half after. I believe it is a Vietnamese eatery but the food they served was more of like Sarawak’s Kolo Mee or the Singapore’s Mee Pok if you are familiar with that. The lady came over and asked for our orders but we werent quite ready yet. She came back again and we ordered. We had BBQ Pork with Egg Noodles which was basically Mee Pok.

Mien Nghia Noodle Express

BBQ Pork with Egg Noodles

We were trying to figure out the different noodles offered which was egg noodles, rice noodles and there was an option of egg & rice noodles which I believe was just a mix of both. We were asking if they had the thick egg noodles and the lady went “Oh Mee Pok ah?” which sounded kinda funny. It was pretty good, portions are generous and probably the closest to Mee Pok that you will ever have here in California. My friend, J, felt that it was kinda oily though but i tot it was alright (I have low tolerance of oil though). Would definitely recommend this place to Singaporeans thats missing the local fare and needs a quick fix.

Mien Nghia Noodle Express
7755 E. Garvey Ave
Rosemead, CA 91770
(626) 288-0177
Opening Hours
Mon-Thu 7:30 am – 6 pm
Fri-Sun 7:30 am – 9 pm

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