They use rooibos tea for their milk tea which may be an acquired taste. I personally loved it, it was a refreshing change from the usual milk tea and I believe slightly healthier too.

Well done Taiwanese style meesua, loved that they dialed down the starchiness 🍜 I asked for extra vinegar hehe the stock was really good! The portion is quite big, but wish they were just a bit more generous with the shredded chicken.

Fantastic pao fan that is newly opened in Sembawang. Complex and intense prawn/seafood soup with toppings (like fried pork lard, crispy rice bits, bonito flakes) that really complement it. You can tell from the deep orange hue of the soup that it’s gonna be a good one.

Tried the Crayfish Pao Fan ($12) and Big Prawns Pao Fan ($8). The quality of the prawns/crayfish itself is alright, nothing to shout about, but the stock more than makes up for it.

Might be on the pricey side for a HDB coffeeshop but I reckon it’s worth every cent. Definitely a hidden gem.

At $3.50, this Oyster Omelette rice is a no brainer for me. Although it’s only 3 oysters🦪, they’re all plump with a really nice fresh briney taste. The omelette itself is fluffy and comes with a sweet and savoury sauce. Great effort for something this cheap. Get this and order a couple of Ah Tan wings and you’re set for a great meal at Yishun.

(Sorry I got greedy and forgot to take a pic before I took my first bite 😅)

Probably my fav har jeong gai in Sg!! Love how the umami shrimp paste really shines through in their batter. It has that distinctive har jeong aroma that you can’t usually find in normal zichar stall’s version. I really like their crust as well, it’s like an airy crispy munch. Soooo satisfying 😋 At $1.80 per wing, it’s my go-to side dish whenever I’m at Yishun Park Hawker!

Ordered the Pacific Dory fish & chips ($7.90) and the portion is huge! Well battered and fried. I like that they also included some fried batter bits at the side! Mashed potatoes and cold slaw were meh. Tip: add the malted vinegar that they have at their sauce table! Gives the fish extra oomph.

I tried their Sea Bass fish & chips ($15.90) on a separate occasion and was really disappointed at the fish. Could tell it was frozen fish, tasteless and dry. I usually don’t like Dory but in this case, I suggest you save the 💰 and go for it instead of their other selections.

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Expect long queues at this old school roast meat stall! and for good reason too; good quality at an incredible price. Got this plate of char siew + siobak rice for $4. Comes with a small side of veg and a bowl of soup. Great crispy skin on the siobak, but the char siew is just alright. Still, can’t complain at this price. Would consider this above average.

A small and cute cafe under a HDB block at Circuit Road.

We tried their waffle with Chocolate Brownie and Tiramisu ice cream. The waffle is not bad, but the ice cream is probably not the best out there!

The staff are really friendly tho, and the space is nice and cosy.

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Came here cuz the Google reviews looked really good. Was unfortunately rather disappointed by the food 😟

The Tahu Telur ($6.90) is tiny, one person portion, and comes with a side of peanut sauce that is not very punchy. The Ayam Bakar ($8) is not very tender but the chilli that comes with it has a good spicy kick. Also ordered the dancing fish ($12.90), which I think is really cheap for a whole fish!

I guess it’s ok for “fast food” and I’d consider it on the cheaper side as well, for Indon food.

Superb lard-y noodle mix with perfectly roasted fatty char siew. The wantons that came tgt in the soup was great too! Good bite and chock full of ingredients.

Slightly on the pricey side ($6), considering the ulu location. The queue is rather slow moving as well (probably lots of takeaway orders) so we waited for 30+mins although we reached early (11.15?)

Here’s where I go for good and cheap ramen. Fantastic value and terrific quality, you’d be hard pressed to find a better ramen at this price point.

If you like tsukemen, try their Tonkotsu Gyokai Ramen ($8.90, pictured). That bonito + tonkotsu base will truly whet your appetite and leave you salivating 🤤 the gyoza ($5) is not bad too! Skin is not too thick with a dipping sauce that is salty, vinegary and savoury. If you prefer a dry ramen, they do a pretty good rendition with their Dry Truffle Ramen ($6.90).

Overall, highly recommend this place, definitely my go-to for cheap ramen.

Decent prawn mee, very generous with the clams. I’d say it’s a good halal rendition. This was $6!