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The folks behind popular KL-style char siew stall Roast Paradise at Old Airport Road Food Centre have branched out into bak chor mee. The three-week-old stall, already attracting queues, is named Minced Pork Bros and offers bak chor mee accented with atas ingredients like scallops, ikura and abalone – though a traditional bowl is also available for $3.

Kai Koh (left), 36 and Randall Gan (pictured below, rightmost), 32, aren’t strangers to mod concepts — their other ventures include collaborations with personalities like Class 95FM deejays The Muttons for hip roast meat joint Fook Kin and the now-defunct izakaya Izy Fook by Sonia Chew of 987FM.

They run this noodle stall – located just down the row from Roast Paradise – with three other shareholders: Nicholas Kong (right), 32, who quit his job as a web developer to work as a full-time hawker here; Tan Shi Xiong (below, leftmost), 31, who works in sales in the finance industry; and Samuel Ow, 31, a self-employed designer who wasn’t present at the shoot. The last two partners kept their day jobs – Shi Xiong handles finances and marketing for the stall, while Samuel does the designing and photography.

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