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[CLOSED] 1983 Cafe Nanyang (Changi Airport Terminal 2)

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~$10/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * *Halal-certified
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60 Airport Boulevard
#026-18/19 Changi Airport Terminal 2
Singapore 819643

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And the good news is, Terminal M implements a “No Pork, No Lard” policy, and its Halal Certification is in-process.

Get the Xiao Long Bao Yu filled with chicken and come in 6 different Singaporean flavours: Black Pepper, Salted Egg Yolk, Chili Crab, Teochew Herbs & Spices, Laksa, and the Original Chicken flavour.

1-For-1 Ramyeon till 28 Feb
2pm onwards (Mon - Fri), 10.30am onwards (Sat - Sun
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I chose Teh this time. Asked for siu siu dai but was ignored. I watched the auntie drop a full teaspoon of condensed milk inside my cup and my heart sank. I could only drink 2 mouthfuls before I gave up. The French toast was dipped in egg and pan fried, and there was cheese inside. A dollop of kaya on the side. Not used to it but the taste grew on me after a while. Eggs were ok.

On a side note, I came back for their nasi lemak a few hrs later and I didn’t like it. The fried chicken leg was stale and hard. Very obviously not freshly fried. I guess it was re-fried, cos the bone was brittle and the whole leg kinda fell apart. Rice was hard and tasted strange.

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Before leaving Singapore, it is a must to satisfy all cravings for local delights. I must say that the 1983 branch @ Marina Bay has better quality and taste in their dishes.

At this 1983 @ T2, the mee siam gravy was delightfully spicy but flavor was not rich enough. The texture of chwee kueh was just nice, not too hard. But the chai poh was really disappointing. Weird that the chwee kueh was served hot with slightly cold chai poh. 😰 Haha I don't dare to speculate what happened there.

Dining here in December reminds me of Jay Chou's song:  1983年小巷12月晴朗 夜的第七章...

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