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now this is what I call breakfast for champs. Nothing beats a kaya toast coated with butter dipped in a cracked egg. Yes some of you might be apprehensive on the idea of putting a sweet bread into soft cooked eggs, but trust me this concoction works wonders. Mixed with pepper and light/dark soy sauce, the eggy mixture smeared on the crusty toast will hit the first note then followed by a linger of the creamy sweet coconut jam. It’s a breakfast I yearn for whenever I’m overseas

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Yknow what’s gooooood? This plate of sloppy mess right here. Hands down my ultimate food for local cuisine. The combination of noodles, seafood and prawn stock somehow just works brilliantly together. Not too wet or not too dry- my fav hkm mee are those damp ones and this Geylang outlet does a pretty darn good rendition of it! Though it’s all the way in the east, I’ll happily drive down here anytime 😬

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heard highly raved reviews abt this lor mee at Tiong Bahru market so we had to make our way there ourselves to try it 😋 This whole bowl with huge chunks of shark fritters only cost me $4!! 😱 (+ 0.6 for egg) but still omg so worth!!! But that said, shark meat probably ain’t for me... i wasn’t too big of a fan of the collagen-y texture but my other friends loved it so it’s really up to your own personal preference.

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Friends living in the west!! Y’all need to try this chicken rice store cos I promise you won’t regret it. The slices of meat were uber tender and it’s coated with this thick luscious soy gravy that is quite different from what you’ll find in your usual chicken rice. While the rice was lightly oiled and had a nice fragrant to it. Though the star was definitely the chicken, I wouldn’t give the beancurd a miss either. Crispy on the outside and pillowy on the inside then topped with a special Thai sauce- it was pretty addictive too 😋

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okay poll time! Who like me prefers black carrot cake cos we all know this is the best shit?? 🤤 idk man if there’s one thing I crave for overseas it’s definitively chai tow kueh cos for some apparent reason nothing beats the singaporean version? 🤷🏻‍♀️ I love the combination of the sweet soy sauce paired with the slightly charred radish cake. In addition to the strong fragrance from the wok hei, this is what I call home

This has to be my favourite duck rice ever. Even on a Monday morning people were already patronising the store way before lunchtime 😱 I mean just look at how lusciously the sauce coats the duck- even forming a little brim below the rice! I especially love how you can taste each grain of rice that is infused with the robust duck flavours. What more can I say? It’s absolutely delicious and certainly worthy of their Michelin bib gourmand. Ps. My bf has been patronising this store for weeks now so much that the Uncle knows him and gave him extra duck for freeee 🤣

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