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OMG 馃槺Arnold's Chicken 馃崡馃崡This was one of my paktor days affordable comfort food 馃槄My last visit with my then boyfriend, now hubby was donkey years ago!

I still remember the long q into the tiny eatery at City Plaza 馃槞Now they even have an outlet at Hougang Green 馃槃Time flies 馃徆
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This is a 2 Person Combo Meal ($24.60) that comes with 5 pcs chicken, potato fries, coleslaw, 2 buns & 2 drinks
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When we bite into the crispy skin but super tenderly soft meat, all those memories flash through our mind, reminding us of those old good days
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Tonite's meal was filled with fond memories that we shared & I'm glad that we have each other in our journey together 馃槝Let this loving taste continues 馃構

#burpple

Cheese Omelette And Bacon ($6.50)

They finally have foooood! 馃挄 tried their Cheese Omelette and Bacon for $6.50! The omelette is just right. Didn't get to taste the cheese much but it's still nice. Bacon is always good 馃榿 you got to try their ice cream ($3.9 a scoop)!

chicken up

chicken cutlet with rice ($9.03)
cripsy chicken cutlet; flavourful rice; tasteful sides

chicken wings set (soya) with bulgogi fries ($9.03)
cripsy chicken wings; flavourful fries (heavily sauced)

chicken wings set (yangnyum) with bulgogi fries ($9.03)
sweet and tangy cripsy chicken wings; flavourful fries (heavily sauced)

*prices exclusive of 7% gst
*prices are at student price

Hanging Beef Bowl

Probably the most affordable beef bowl in town currently; $10 nett and in Sengkang just beside Ranggung LRT Station.

To summarize, the experience I had with the Hanging Beef Bowl was pretty similar to the burger I had previously here 鈥 it seemed to carry potential but needed fine-tuning. Thought the meat to rice ratio was decent, and that I liked the crispy fried bits atop the rice that gave it a good crunch. The beef was decent considering the price tag; a little chewy though comes with a hint of smokiness from the grilling. Sous-vide egg wasn't really flowy; more molten and bearing solidification and that the rice was a tad clumpy at parts. I did enjoy the brown sauce that was drenched onto the other components 鈥 it keeps things from going too dry here but I am not sure if some folks might prefer a more Japanese-style sauce instead? It's not bad for $10, especially given that I would say this is quite good if you are living around the area and don't want to travel far for a beef bowl, but I would say it does need to be refined for others to head down to the area to try it.

Grilled Pork Chops

Spending my New Year's Eve lunch away from the crowds at this hideout in Hougang that I had been visiting since my Poly days; nowhere near school but had always been worth the effort to travel to.

Had always loved their grilled dishes which I find are very well-executed; the Grilled Chicken Thigh was a dish that I had never fail to order every single time here. The Grilled Pork Chops is also very well done; glazed and grilled, the meat comes glistening and tender with a smoky flavour 鈥 the meat itself carrying no traces of unchewable, fatty bits here. Mash was chunky with traces of real potatoes used here; not those uninspiring instant mixes that is used here with buttered greens at the side for a balanced feel.

Grilled Chicken with Mushroom Pasta

Occasionally there are days that I would come to Chef's Hats craving for pasta instead of the Grilled Chicken Thigh; this would be what I order to simply have the best of both worlds. This comes with a choice of a few different types of pasta and a small selection of sauces; opted for cream sauce and penne for my order today. The cream sauce is barely overwhelming and nowhere near jelak 鈥 still creamy but on the lighter side as it coats the penne pasta that is done al-dente. The Grilled Chicken chunks were juicy and tender; pretty flavoursome without being greasy. One of the dishes that I find comfort in.

Really bold flavours available!

Cookies and Cream was unexpectedly good! Their shop is tucked in a rather "ulu" area but it was worth the traveling to such good cookies&cream! Should have ordered double scoop 馃槶 P.S. Tried their bold flavours like Chilli Crab and it tasted EXACTLY like chillicrab just in icecream form 馃檪

Beef Burger ($11)

Located at a corner of a hawker shop, this stall serves a really good burger. The price is worth it considering the good quality of the beef patty. The meal comes with fries, bacon, caramelized onions, and delicious cheese sauce that you would have to pay extra in other burger places. Other options in the menu are equally enticing. Definitely would come here again for the food.

Chicken Chop

Served with mushroom sauce, french fries and apple coleslaw (which I requested not to have it) 銆$6.50

Grilled Norwegian Salmon

Served with potato n leek compote, preserved lemons and puffed buckwheat 銆$12.90

Chicken Chop

Awesome chicken chop at a reasonable price ($6)! Worth the trip down to try!

[Oyster Omelette Alert]

Really appreciate this Humble hawker couple that cooks from the heart.

They are always carrying a simle when cooking, each and every plate is filled with passion and love.

Thank you Uncle & Auntie for your Oyster Omelette & Fried Kway Teow.

I truly enjoyed the food you served to me.