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Banana Loaf Thought this was rather decent; while it's nothing like the banana bread with mushy banana that I love, it was pretty light and fluffy with a whiff of banana sweetness. Pairs well with a cup of coffee on the side.
Xing Wei
2y
Falafel Burger From The Wired Monkey at Dunlop Street; a new cafe that serves up specialty coffee and other cafe grub as well — the current menu consists of only two burgers, a single toast and salad. Sides and pastries are also available as well. I am pretty much a fan of chickpeas and falafel so this burger pretty much caught my attention when I was skimming through the menu. This reminds me of middle eastern food; really liked that smooth, mushy chickpea patty that is all crisp with its fried, crusted exterior — it comes with nibs of corn for some texture too. The entire burger was flavoursome; the combination of the Falafel Patty, the Tzatziki, Kale and Tomato Compote was everything tangy, zippy and savoury, while the buns were pretty light and fluffy. The sweet potato fries are well-seasoned with salt while sweet inside; pretty crisp though turns a little hard if left alone for a while. A steal at $12 — the portion is actually pretty substantial; definitely leaves one full after wiping out the entire portion.
Xing Wei
2y
7 spiced chai latte ($6) & Flat white ($5)! 😍😋👍🏼 . . . . . #meryleats #whati8today #sgfoodunion #8dayseat #burpple #openricesg #instadaily #instafood #foodgasm #foodie #foodspotting #foodstagram #foodstamping #foodporn #foodphotography #vscofood #eatbooksg #sgfood #sgfoodies #ieatishootipost #nofilter #likes #sgfooddiary #food #coffee #bbwlovebbm520 #rochor #sgcafe #sgfoodlover #sgcafefood
Meryl
7w
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Umami-greatness is happening right here at Ah Kee. This might be fear factor for some but I implore you to fear-less as this plate of kway chap (starting from $3.50) is what every carnivorous person should aspire to achieve. While some might deter from ordering the big intestines as some stalls do not clean it properly, which results in a stench, you can rest assure that Ah Kee does it impeccably well. Everything was so well balanced and you will not experience any strong “herbally” flavour in the braising liquid. I would highly recommend adding the pork belly/braised duck and especially the silky smooth pig’s skin. ____________ Ah Kee Braised Duck Rice Kway Chap Address: 531A, Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Food Centre, Unit 02-18, Singapore 051531 • #BurppleChinatown
Julius
2y
For Underrated Kway Chap This stall at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre is a foolproof choice for when you're in the mood for consistently good kway chap. Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim also likes it for its affordable price and generous portions — definitely a plus for larger appetites or post-workout meals! The cook is known to pile the plates, but don't let that stop you from adding on a portion of duck to your basic Kway Chap Set (from $3.50). The bird is their specialty after all, and the meat is tender yet with great bite. Other add-ons to consider are Pig's Ears ($1) and Large Intestine ($1.50). That's exactly what Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim ordered, and his heaping plateful of goodness came up to a very, very decent $6. Burp! Avg price: $5 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim
Burpple
2y
Umami-greatness is happening right here at Ah Kee. This might be fear factor for some but I implore you to fear-less as this plate of kway chap (starting from $3.50) is what every carnivorous person should aspire to achieve. While some might deter from ordering the big intestines as some stalls do not clean it properly, which results in a stench, you can rest assure that Ah Kee does it impeccably well. Everything was so well balanced and you will not experience any strong “herbally” flavour in the braising liquid. I would highly recommend adding the pork belly/braised duck and especially the silky smooth pig’s skin. ____________ Ah Kee Braised Duck Rice Kway Chap Address: 531A, Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Food Centre, Unit 02-18, Singapore 051531 #BurppleChinatown
Julius
2y
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JiJi Hong Lim Wanton Mee Ji Ji noodle is located at Hong lim food complex and it is easy to find them because they have 2 big and bright stall which is not a norm, and i even just found out that they have a full fledged stall with air-conditioning at Kreta Ayer Road so who prefer better environment can head over there Anyway I try their signature wanton mee(from $4.50) and it is easily to say they are one of the best wonton mee in term from noodle,sauce and the ingredients. The noodles are springy perfectly cook and for the sauce is savoury with a hint on the sweet side, for the ingredient they pack it with good amount of charsiu,mushrooms and you even have fried and boil wanton that is pack with meat.
Eatwithme
3w
Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist 基记面家. Located at Blk 531A, Upper Cross Street, unit 02-49, Singapore 051531. . . . Char Siew Wanton Ipoh Hor Fan, $4.50. One of the few popular stalls in Hong Lim Complex with a long snaking q during lunchtime that you won’t missed. We had their Signature Char Siew Wanton, and decided to swop their noodle for Ipoh Hor Fan:) Huge portion for the price, there’s lots of Savory Char Siew, 2 wantons and 2 fried crispy wanton, love those crunch! We love their black gravy with flavorful mushroom which they pour over the Ipoh Hor Fan, it’s so fantastic!! We added some green chilli at the side and it goes so well! Cheap and good lunch! *Tummy rubs*😋 . . . #hungryunicornsg #jijiwantonnoodlespecialist #基记面家
HungryUnicorn
13w
Ji Ji Signature Char Siew Wanton Noodle. The highlight for me is the noodle. The noodles texture springy, bouncy and thicker than the normal mee kia. Served with homemade dark soya sauce, that’s not too sweet and it’s fragrant. The char siew not enough tender but it’s meaty and much better than other stall that served char siew sliced very thin.. 💰$4.5/5.5/6.5/8.5 📍Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist. Block 531A, Upper cross street, Level 02, #02-49. Hong Lim Food Complex.
Cecil
19w
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POPULAR TEOCHEW PORRIDGE! The aunty at the stall is really friendly &cute! My lunch kaki went to reserve the ingredients at around 11am. She heard that the dishes get sold out real fast! So we've got sotong, taupok, braised eggs, intestines, braised belly, taugwa &fish cake! Every ingredient feels like they're homemade. The fishcake is really soft and yet BOINGBOINGG (aka QQ) 😋 The braised egg is like those japanese ramen eggs with molten centre (溏心)! Taupok is stuffed with some chopped cucumber, carrot &minced meat. The taugwa is sooooo well braised; infused with all the essence of the gravy! This is the perfect pairing with plain porridge! All these + 2 bowls of porridge for $18. Pretty affordable i would say!
Pearlyn
34w
Super Satisfying & Comforting Porridge The fish was cooked in a huge pot of salted vegetable soup, then served with a generous sprinkling of salted vegetables.  Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/teo-heng-porridge-stall/
Maureen
51w
For Hit the Spot Teochew Porridge In our opinion, the best hawker meal on cold, rainy days has got to be Teochew porridge, preferably with tons of side dishes, shared among our favourite makan kakis. When the weather calls for it, gather your foodie friends for a meal to remember at Teo Heng Teochew Porridge. In all honesty, every dish here hits the spot, so it's bound to be a good meal, whether you keep it simple with salted vegetables and stuffed taupok, or if you go all out and pile the table with boiled squid, oozy braised eggs and the like. Be sure to order the fish cake, which is springy yet soft, and super fresh tasting. Our Tastemakers also liked the rabbit fish, whole squid and well-braised innards. Expect to spend an average of $5 to $7 a person. Pro tip: The stall is closed until 31 December, so come by in the new year! Avg price: $5 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang
Burpple
2y
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Peranakan Style Chap Chye Png They sell a lot of curry, chicken curry to be exact. People before me (& after me) order chicken curry as a standard. Curry packs a spicy punch, & smells fragrant with hints of kafir lime leaves. I usually complete my order with the fried chicken, long beans, egg omelette & of course the sambal balacan chili! Shiok!
Jonathan
1y
Heartmoving Plate Of Peranakan Mess All that for $4.50 I saw this on toggle’s cheap cheap vs atas and at once was intrigued by how peranakan food can exist in the Hawker space. I mean.. ALL THAT WORK + the unending list of ingredients involved and 🙌🏻🙌🏻 hands in the air, cos it all SHONE THROUGH. I felt so humbled for slighting this sloppy looking plate for the brief second. The veggie curry really was LEMAK. It was a tad too salty on its own but that stubborn coconut and mix of spice just won’t leave your mouth without assaulting your tastebuds. The onions/gingers in the veggie rempah were like the greatest showman. Pungently good and it wasn’t like they used the same rempah in every dish. Cos the chicken curry tasted different than the veggie curry. The chicken curry was a lot more dilute but that piece of chicken leg as you can see is falling apart soft. Don’t leave without having the omelette! Super thick, oily, fluffy, fragrant ❤️ ⭐️ 10/10 ⭐️
Eunice
1y
For Peranakan Cai Fan The Peranakan dishes at this cai fan stall makes Nonya food affordable, and our Burpple Tastemakers are loving both the prices as well as the variety. Burpple Tastemaker Sheryl Lyx topped her plate of rice with fried chicken, chap chye (Nonya stewed veggies) and stir-fried long beans, all for $4! Soft and sweet, the chap chye is proof of its long stewing hours, while the chicken is crisp on the outside and tender on the inside, like a good fried chicken should be. What really sets it apart though is the turmeric-laced marinade, which adds a whole level of flavour and complexity to the meat. Ask for a heaping spoonful of the amazing sambal belachan on the side. Avg price: $5 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Sheryl Lyx
Burpple
2y
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