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Fish Laksa I could smell it as I approached the stall. A fishy tangy Assam smell. The first slurp was very positive. Spicy and sour. Very good Assam soup. I enjoyed the Q noodles. But I'm not a fish person. Mainly cos I'm sensitive abt bones. If they would change the fish to meat I would absolutely love this.
Carrie
1y
For Penang Assam Laksa This might just be as close as you can get to having the real deal. Penang Signature only has one item on the menu — Assam Laksa ($3.50). White, slightly translucent noodles are pre-packed into takeaway containers, even if you're eating it there. Upon order, the staff gives the huge pot of broth a good stir before ladling out the lusciously rich gravy that Tastemaker Fabian Poon describes as "belacan, heh ko (prawn paste), lemongrass, assam and my favourite, mint leaves all mixed harmoniously together in a fish broth". Tastemaker Kenneth Lee loves how the "sweetish prawn paste mixes perfectly with the sour tamarind" without overpowering the other flavours. Pro tip: Request for the gravy to be stored separately from the noodles if you're going to have this taken away — it keeps the noodles from getting soft and soggy! Avg Price: $5 per person Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Kenneth Lee
Burpple
2y
Assam Laksa ($3.50) @ Penang Signature Assam Laksa penang just got closer at $3.50; coconut-milk and cockles free. salivate immediately at the whiff of the assam fragrance when you receive your order. this is as close as you get; sourish piquant tang of everything penang assam laksa. think belacan, heh ko/prawn paste, lemon grass, assam and my favourite, mint leaves all mixed harmiously together in a fish broth. wish they go overdrive in taste and spiciness but sure enough to excite your buds already. a satisfactory bowl definitely! #burpplebtfc. Penang Signature Assam Laksa #02-28
Fabian
2y
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Satay Behoon With Long Queue This satay beehoon from Sin Chew is quite popular. So i decided to give it a try. I ordered $5 (you can choose between $4/$5/$6), the ingredients inside are quite generous, contains of tau pok, pork slices, prawn, cuttlefish. I like it to be more flavourful though for the satay sauce. I thought it was going to be a thick sauce but not really (in my opinion). The dish was okay. Many people like it! So worth the try. Let me know whether you like this review or not! And recommend where else should i go and review 🔥🔥 Please help me improve by : Follow me on instagram - for another place to eat, and a lot of food https://instagram.com/makanteruuss?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=fyt43ruv2xiz - and my personal one https://instagram.com/kezyabenita?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=czo5xilbsr0o Thankyou😘 Eh anyway do u know you can shop online and get discount?? Applied for many things like sephora, travel, hotel, even redmart. So go sign up:)) I've tried https://sg.vmoreasia.com/referred-signup/en/a2V6eWFiZW5pdGFhMDE
kezya
4w
Delicious Satay Bee Hoon Ordered $5 (minimum $4) as I was hungry and it clearly didn't disappoint me. The lean pork, cockles and prawn are fresh and the satay sauce is not those that are thick which can caused jelat and it can be addictive. This stall has been featured in blog such as Thesmartlocal and television show. Forgot to take a picture of it so I'm using the picture I found online.
Bryan
21w
Messy but Absolutely Delicious Satay Bee Hoon. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/sin-chew-satay-bee-hoon/
Maureen
31w
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Fried Ngoh Hiang and More This is my favourite stall in Bukit Timah Food Centre. There is always a queue, but it is definitely worth the wait. Love the fried shrimp crackers and that spicy peanut sauce!
Si Min
5w
Fried Supper They have some pretty good prawn rolls and prawn wrapped in beancurd skin. And of cos the crispy fried prawn cracker. Chili was good too.
Carrie
1y
That Weekend Breakfast Break the shrimp cracker and dip the light crisps in the old school, gooey pink sauce of sugary sweet. Crisp cuttlefish, browned and stuffed, effuses a sinfully addictive fried fragrance. The orange cake rendition tasting lighter, is a soft, bouncy contrast. Dip a piece in zesty chilli, topped with the crunch of chopped onions and toasted ground peanuts to richen with spicy-sweetness. Pick up a slice of fish patty. Fried batter coats small fish chunks with mushy flour, delectably seasoned. Biting into a piece of ngoh hiang (meat roll), the crisp tofu skin flakes apart as you sink into densely packed juicy spiced and seasoned pork, subtly sweet. Soft fried tofu comes as a pleasantly light-flavoured contrast. . Consider the savoury compliment of fried beehoon (Small $1; Large $1.50) tossed with beansprouts for a heavier meal. . The fresh Teochew selection from Zhong Zhong Fried Spice #02-149 ($0.70-$2/piece) is refried upon order but surprisingly, doesn't leave you greasy. Not the healthiest but an understandable choice for the many having this early breakfast. Weekends demand you to ignite those tastebuds. . Full review: http://herecomesgin.wixsite.com/ginwashere/single-post/2017/03/26/Bukit-Timah-Market-and-Food-Centre
Gin
2y
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