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Then you have to try this one.
Large intestines, cleaned, then deep fried with dried chillies, Szechuan peppers, sesame seeds and sliced celery. The batter they’ve achieved for this dish is HIGHLY SATIS-FRYING! They’ve really thought through this crispy+chewy combination and it just keeps you reaching for more.

Side note: the whacky direct translated names of dishes in their menu will definitely be your dinner time entertainment.
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As it turns out, you could Roti Canai your Pumpkin Soup. Especially if your Roti Canai was hand-smashed to crispen the flakey outer crust. It adds a nice savoury kick that goes well with the natural sweetness of the roasted pumpkin. Tear, dip, repeat. Gotta love this version of food fusion.
Naturally lit industrial space filled with plenty of plants was definitely another plus!
📍Johor, Malaysia
16ringgit/portion

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It’s an umami bomb waiting to be devoured.
Quite possibly my current favourite main course on their menu!

48bucks/3-course meal
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Although I’ve never been a fan of glutinous rice balls (aka Ah Balling), this stall definitely does tasty renditions filled with your choice of Peanut, Sesame, Red Bean, Yam or Matcha.
Still, on some days like this Rainy morning, I prefer to go simple; just peanuts and soup.
Stall 01-75
1.4bucks/soup only
2bucks/4pcs Ah Balling
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Masala Chicken and Mutton Kheema were so flavorful and extremely tender. Especially enjoyed the Raita here; cucumbers were still crunchy unlike most restaurants who serve them soggy.
I’d say almost as good as Samy’s Curry in Dempsey, without the hefty price tag.
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Especially enjoyed the Raita here; cucumbers were still crunchy unlike most restaurants who serve them soggy.
I’d say almost as good as Samy’s Curry in Dempsey, without the hefty price tag.
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Udon in tasty miso broth with a good hit of spicness. Quick lunch/dinner fix. Very value for money considering it’s within Orchard area!

11.9bucks/serve

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Can always rely on Chen’s for a heart warming bowl of Mapo Tofu.
Sze Chuan peppers and spices are well balanced, packs a small punch of heat and as you eat your way through the gravy-laden rice bowl, you’ll get the occasional savoury punch from their fermented black beans.
Haven’t found that many Mapo Tofu spots in town, but this is definitely one of my favourites!

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A small scaled eatery specializing in Chinese snacks. Amongst them, their signature: Fried Bao, also known as 生煎包.
Each serving comes with four buns, each piping hot and filled with minced pork and pork soup. Don’t be deceived by it exterior, these buns are HOT; take extra caution before sinking your teeth into one.
Although multiple other reviews have expressed their dissatisfaction with these buns, I think if you put stereotypes aside, the thick bao walls were necessary to hold in the soup, also to ensure that delicious crisp crust at the bottom. Definitely one of the items I’d return to savour.

Not one to scrimp on ingredients, Uni Gallery’s maki is stuffed generously with shredded Snow Crab Meat, Cucumber, their secret Tamago sauce, then finished with top grade Canadian Aka Uni and Tobiko. Sweet, saline, creamy and everything screams freshness.
Quite possibly my favourite item on their menu.

Thankyou @theprsalon for hosting and @burpple for the invitation.
68bucks/maki (8pieces)
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I’ve never been a fan of Black Carrot Cake. This stall made me a convert, well, at least just for theirs. He’s got plenty Chye Poh along with the egg and white radish cake, fries everything in a wok on high heat together with a splash of black soy sauce, allowing the sugar to caramelize and form crisp sweet edges around the carrot cake itself. They only open till 11am daily, so you’ve gotta be a early riser to catch this worm.

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I’ve never been a fan of Black Carrot Cake. This stall made me a convert, well, at least just for theirs. He’s got plenty Chye Poh along with the egg and white radish cake, fries everything in a wok on high heat together with a splash of black soy sauce, allowing the sugar to caramelize and form crisp sweet edges around the carrot cake itself. They only open till 11am daily, so you’ve gotta be a early riser to catch this worm.

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