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The curry rice is drizzled w 3 different gravy- 2 curries and 1 braised sauce (I guess). Homely taste to pair if off with braised pork belly, fried runny egg, and cabbage. Try the MVP- crispy pork chop and cereal prawn!!

The mee rebus sauce has a punch of oomph to it as there is an extra ingredient to it- SATAY SAUCE.
Definitely a must try for mee rebus lovers and the green chilli adds a spicy dash to the dish. Remember to get the begedil and soak it in the gravy for more shiokness.

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One of the most affordable you can find at $6.90 only!! It’s good if you have to satisfy your ramen craving, but do not have high expectations. I would rate 6.5/10 for the ramen. Garlic in the ramen broth didn’t quite pull through and the soup was average.

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Salted egg sauce is super thick and flavorful, perfect for salted egg yolk fans! Also comes w/ one free serving of noodles to add on if you don’t get gelat of the salted egg taste. Super affordable for its price of $10.90.

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One of the best korean kimchi pancake i have ever tasted. Batter is flavorful with super crispy crust, i dont mind it being a tad oily because its just so good!

We ordered marinated pork shoulder loin and pork belly. The meat were flavorful and marinated well.
The place also serves complimentary side dishes and the egg(!) with unlimited refills.

There was a snake queue for the stall, so we decided to give it a try. All the ingredients that we chose were solid and the curry has got kick!

Worth coming if you’ve got a craving for curry/malay food!

The noodle is nicely textured, not too mushy nor hard. Nicely seasoned with the vinegar based sauce for that extra tangy taste. One can never go wrong with vinegar. Pork wanton is a nice complement to the dish.

Compact cafe decorated like the streets of Vietnam.

Had seasoned pork and meatloaf with rice, the pork was well seasoned and reminded me alot of the grilled pork you get in Thailand.

The pho stock was awesome too with a tinge of sweetness. Worth coming back and as comfort food.

This unassuming overly decorated place with led lights actually serves really good seafood. The soup was sweet and light and the seafood is fresh. Spice was manageable as we only ordered 小辣. Definitely could go for medium spice and beyond if you can handle your spice well.

Price point wise, it is super affordable as they have ingredients like crab, lobster, prawns, mussels, lala, MAGGIE(screams), scallops, quail eggs, corn, cabbage. Additional items can be added, they will have it cooked and add into your platter.

Definitely worth coming back and food is great for sharing.

Tried the don place i’ve been walking past a few times but didnt get to try. Signature flaming chicken don is quite bland to the taste, and chicken skin is charred.

Miso buta yaki don- The garlic sauce on the pork is delicious, and pork is grilled nicely. Meat is not tough and goes well with the raw egg and spring onion.

Second time having the brown sugar pearl with milk. It is good for its price and great that i can satisfy my brown sugar pearl craving w/o traveling out.

Pearl is soft and chewy, and soaked with brown sugar, paired along with meiji fresh milk.

They even have a guide on how you can stir your drink for the best drinking experience.