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17nett(feeds 3) Ingredients were cooked well and my only complaint was that the peanut werent as fragrant or crunchy as other stalls. The Base had a body, and there was a certain sweetness. Ordered xiaola and it was really manageable, didnt even have to stop to drink water so spice lovers should go ask for more heat. Theres also random ingredients thrown in like a meatball and this super chewy translucent Noodle but i just cant rmb what its called. Overall a really enjoyable meal as i dont like excessive spiciness.
Wuu
38w
MLXG $7.50 For Two PRICE: $7.50 Includes 1 bowl of rice, chicken, potato, small cabbage, cabbage, beancurd sheets, sweet potato noodles -- feeds two!!! WAITING TIME: 15 minutes on a Thursday night RATES: Counts by portion, not by weight. Veg $1 Meats $2 Seafood/Beef/Mutton $3 Instant noodles $2 Rice $0.50 Base is FOC ❤ SPICINESS LEVEL: Ordered mid level this time because 2 of us were sharing. No peppercorn so it's not numbing. Fragrant. Not oily. WAITING TIME: Long queue at 9.33pm on the eve of National Day. Ready for collection at 9.57pm. WILL WE RETURN? Of course. This is already our 3rd visit to this stall since June this year. And we don't even stay in the East.
Eatssentially
42w
Happiness In A Bowl At Only $7 PRICE: $7 Includes pork belly, mock fish maw, luncheon meat, sweet potato noodles RATES: Counts by portion, not by weight. Veg $1 Meats $2 Seafood/Beef/Mutton $3 Instant noodles $2 Rice $0.50 Base is FOC ❤ SPICINESS LEVEL: Ordered the spiciest. No peppercorn so it's not numbing. Fragrant. Not oily. WAITING TIME: Long queue at 9.33pm on the eve of National Day. Ready for collection at 9.57pm. WILL WE RETURN? Of course. This is already our 3rd visit to this stall since June this year. And we don't even stay in the East.
Eatssentially
1y
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New Rong Liang Ge Cantonese Roast Duck Double Boiled Soup. Located at 269B Queen St, 3838 Eating Place, Singapore 182269. . . . Char Siew & Roast Pork Rice, $3. Messy plate of white rice covered with dark gravy over a bed of charred grilled Char Siew & crispy roast pork! Crispy pork belly is roasted to crispiness with nicely ratio fats and meat that’s not too oily for our liking. Charred grilled char siew has some burnt smoky edges that’s so tender! Best combination when paired with their tasty chilli sauce! . . . #hungryunicornsg #newrongliangge #newronglianggecantoneseroastedduckdoubleboiledsoup #charsiewroastporkrice #charsiew #roastpork
HungryUnicorn
36w
Char Siew And Roasted Pork Rice Hands down my most favourite char siew and roasted pork rice place! At just $3, you get what you see in the picture. The meat were tender and savory while the sauce and chilli perfected it. It's a must try if you're in the area.
Dilys
43w
roast meat rice ($2.50) for its competitive price tag, this is a really good plate of roast meat rice. not only are the portions generous, it’s delicious as well. the roast meat boasts a good ratio of lean meat to fats, providing a tender chewiness throughout, as well as a crisp, crackling layer of caramelised skin. the smoky yet sweet dark sauce mixes well with the chili that carries a mild spice; making for an overall comforting meal. despite the crowded and humid coffee shop environment, this affordable plate of rice will make the wait worth it. rating: 4/5
mad
45w
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Beef Balls & Sliced Beef Elite but visit at your own risk. I always found the estrangement between old and new Singapore sharpened in hawker culture. New Singapore is orderly and mechanical, old Singapore is informal and spontaneous. So you get customers who struggle to order in Mandarin/dialect, you get confusion in the system, and other angst. This coffeeshop is a classic example. They're very busy, they have no structured ordering, they allow callers to jump the queue, and they're one of those notorious hawkers who take liberty with your order, which is neither a good nor bad thing lah. My queue took half an hour although there were only five customers ahead. There, it splits into beef noodle and yong tau foo - and they seem to inter-cook! Both stalls would serve you what's left or what's convenient - that's how we ended up with ytf mee kia. On the food, the balls and soup were first-class. Balls were plump, flavourful and juicy. Soup was so sweet it demanded respect. I think they used the same soup but the sliced beef gave its soup a meatier profile. Although this beef was inferior to the balls, its texture was unique. The noodles and Hakka minced meat were good too.
Thiam Peng
1w
Near Lavender MRT is The Beef House, commonly known for good Hakka Yong Tau Foo. However, when I was there at 12.30pm on a Saturday, they were completely sold out. So, I just ordered what was left - Beef Ball Soup and Noodles [$4].⁣ ⁣ Because it was not planned, those 2 dishes certainly caught me by surprise. Firstly, the beef balls tasted springy with strong umami. The owner makes them by hand everyday and I can assure you their taste is completely different from any beef ball you buy outside. Secondly, unlike the usual MSG soup from many noodle shops in Singapore, the soup here was very refreshing. It was a clear soup but it had good concentrated flavours. Lastly, the noodles were thin, chewy with a strong onion taste. It may not be suitable for everyone but I certainly liked it as it paired well with the beef balls.⁣ ⁣ Overall, I may not have gotten to eat the famous Hakka Yong Tau Foo set there but the Beef Ball Soup and Noodles were definitely not subpar. In fact, they were so tasty now I wonder how good the Yong Tau Foo is that it overshadows the success of these 2 dishes. I shall return another day, albeit earlier to make sure I try them. -Foodier✌🏻
Foodie
1y
Handmade Hakka Beef Balls This corner stall located along Syed Alwi Road is famous for 3 things, their Hakka Beef Ball Bee Hoon Soup, Hakka Yong Tau Foo and Hakka Beef Kway Teow. Although I’ve never tried the latter, I must admit both their Yong tau foo and homemade beef balls are seriously good. Their beef balls are dense with a nice chew to it. The flavour is legit and tastes miles better from what you typically get from factory-made ones. For one, you can actually taste the beef in the ball. They’re also really massive which is a major plus too!
Alvin
1y
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With just one more day to go on 10 August, The Salted Plum has put together a SIN-JIAK-PORE 55 Set Menu (2 pax $48, 4 pax $88) with four National Day specials in this menu that include XO Sauce Scallops with ginger strips, Grilled Spicy Eggplant, Brussels Sprouts Rojak and Braised Spicy Duck Wings. Both the rojak and duck wings are my top favourites from the special items as the former is an innovative twist from the familiar rojak which replaces the youtiao with charred brussels sprouts and the latter is packed with umami goodness from the braising liquid that you can eat it clean. Also included in this set menu are the mainstays of The Salted Plum such as the lu rou 2.0, burnt chilli chicken and cold tofu. Fingers crossing that they will put the National Day specials into the main menu after this! •••••••••••••••••••• ✨ The Salted Plum 📍 10 Circular Road, Singapore 049366 🛵 https://order.saltedplum.co/#/ 🍴 [Media Tasting]
Julius
11h
Don’t Ignore The A La Carte Items. Besides the Bento Sets, I added on three items from the a la carte menu ($10 each) for my family to share. The “Burnt Chilli Chicken” was easily my fave. Charred in a pan with Szechuan peppers and Chinese chives, the pieces of thigh meat were mouthwateringly good. In second place, the “Crunchy Fried Oyster Mushrooms and Smashed Baby Potatoes”. This was dangerously addictive, due in part to the coating of piquant plum powder. The “Braised Cabbage with Bamboo Shoots and Minced Pork” was decent but I‘d have preferred the bamboo shoots a little less hard. For deliveries, The Salted Plum charges a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at: 𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴 P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.
Veronica
16w
Your Tastebuds Can Still Travel To Taiwan. T R E A T With the extension of the “Circuit Breaker” till 1st June 2020, it looks like we aren’t able to travel anywhere for a bit longer. However, our tastebuds can still go places. Like to Taiwan for instance, thanks to @thesaltedplumsg’s Takeaway/Delivery Menu of Taiwanese delights. My family and I got to try their Bento Sets recently, and we found the food appetising as well as great value for money because of the generous portions. Unlike the classic “Lu Rou Fan” or #卤肉饭 where the pork belly is minced or cut into very small pieces, their Bento Set serves it in a large slab, albeit a very tender one as it’s been braised for hours with a mix of spices. This also means both the meat and sauce are fragrant and tasty. If you are a fan of fried food, you won’t be disappointed if you zero in on their Fried Chicken Bento Set ($11.90). The batter used to coat the boneless chicken is well-seasoned, which makes all the difference in my opinion. Besides the above, The Salted Plum also does Taiwanese Style “Zi Char” dishes such as “Mei Cai” (preserved mustard greens) simmered in a house-made soy mixture with pork belly and shiitake mushroom. They’ve even designed a “Family Set” with “Red Tea Jelly” dessert and drinks ($68) as a convenient and complete meal for a few people. For deliveries, a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at: 𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴 P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.
Veronica
16w
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