Not sure what happened after eating here had a bad stomach upset and vomited in flight . Suggest if you are travelling don't do this
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The main thing I like about Kim Joo (other than the kolo mee) is that they have a pretty organised menu and they speak English. During weekends and lunch time, they can get pretty packed, so if you are able to, go just before the...More
Kolok mee resembles jap thin ramen serve dry with tasty lard added. Handmade with the right springy light texture. Their soup is served with the insides, fresh pork balls or u could have it with bbq pork tog with minced pork without that soup. Fair...More
This place was recommended for its kolo mee. The noodles were nice and springy and the "cheng" soup (pork spare parts optional) was very tasty
the shop is famous for its kolo mee. it is clean and the food are all fresh. the pork is well roasted and plentiful. the broth is clear and the noodle is soft. service is ok. prices are reasonable.
Very delicious local delicacy called ''KOLO MEE". What I always ordered was one mixed pork intestine soup with one kolo mee. So delicious!
Kim Joo serves a pretty good Kolo Mee with a bit more different elements than the usual barbecue pork. You also get a small soup with bean sprouts in, which was a pleasant add on to the otherwise heavy dish. Pretty good quality for a...More
Kim Joo is one unassuming shop along Carpenter Street. We tried it anyway as it was within the attraction sites and had good reviews from Tripadvisor. We ordered the Kim Joo special. What flavorful noodles, just so delicious! The roast pork and meatball toppings were...More
One of the best Kolo mee places in town! I’ve always heard good things about Kim Joo Kolo Mee. It was situated at the back street lane which most of us have no idea of. So one find day I finally went there for a...More