paid $5.50 for drumstick nasi lemak. small drumstick. sambal chilli is good for spicy lovers. achar not bad.
if you want cheaper option, can just pop by another nasi lemak stall @ Market street temporary food centre (2mins walk).

Tried out Terminal M in T3 Changi airport. ordered spicy beef soup set $15.60. small portion n mushy kimchi. overpriced. restaurant price but worse than foodcourt quality.

chosed #9 and add bee hoon to it. soup is delicious n don’t feel thirsty after meal. value for money

ordered chicken chop noodles (dry) and pork chop rice set menu. rice wasn’t ready so had to change to dry noodles instead. top up $2.50 for spring roll and a drink. fresh spring rolls were broken and lemongrass drink lacks taste. both chicken and pork chop came in small pieces and lacks presentation.

i can get better tasting vietnamese food just 2 stations away and cheaper.

1st time & last time.

ordered their signature claypot chicken with no regrets. both the cabbage and chicken were well seasoned and tenderized. also ordered their signature mushroom dim sum dumplings. filled with shiitake mushrooms and chestnut. earthy flavour.

ordered at 2.15pm the Hakka Bee Hoon Soup set $9.90. came with the YTF bee hoon soup, a drink & a pancake of your choice. the bee hoon soup came cold which wasn’t pleasant... doesn’t provide sauce with it... not sure why... and only fork and spoon provided... maybe Hakkas don’t use chopsticks?

selected peanut pancake but it looks undercooked... not sure how much are they selling it for.... not worth it... in my opinion.

Cold green tea was ok coz how bad can cold drink tea be...

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