Cheap & Good: Old-school mee rebus with rich and thick gravy

The classic mee rebus with begedil. ST PHOTO: ANJALI RAGURAMAN
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SINGAPORE - The last thing I expected to see at sneaker convention Street Superior in October 2018 was a mee rebus pushcart stall, much less one manned by young men in their twenties, clad in stylish black boiler suits and black songkoks.

They managed to make grab-and-go mee rebus cool again, serving up piping hot bowls of it alongside vendors making fancy burgers and trendy Japanese street snacks.

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