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This is one of the more popular stalls at Newton Food Centre and the carrot cake here sure did not disappoint.

The carrot cake was fried to the point of crispy yummy, making each bite a delight. An overall dish I’d definitely order again.

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This popular zi char spot has been around for as long as i can remember, and besides their zi char dishes which are good for sharing, they do individual set meals too.

I would recommend going for their sambal stingray or sambal sotong sets; each set comes with rice and egg. Yummy & value for money!

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The duck meat here was smooth and tender, with thick starchy gravy that had the right consistency and flavour. I usually go for yam rice when having braised duck rice, and the yam rice here was fragrant and yummy as well.

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The duck meat here was smooth and tender, with thick starchy gravy that had the right consistency and flavour. I usually go for yam rice when having braised duck rice, and the yam rice here was fragrant and yummy as well.

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This is one of the rare few places that still steams and make their own radish ‘kway’ and you can tell by the taste; the carrot cake was soft & tasty with generous amount of omelette added. Will be back to try the white version next.

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The fried Hokkien mee here is the super wet style, with a strong wok hei taste (which shows how skilled the chef is). The chilli is also very good, spice lovers will definitely adore it.

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This place may look dodgy and run down from the outside, but this place is home to quite possibly the best fried chicken wings in Singapore.

The skin is so crispy and the meat is juicy & flavourful that you wanna lick your fingers after finishing everything. Pair the wings with their in house chilli sauce which is spicy and has a good kick.

Really damn shiok lah!

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There are two famous soya sauce chicken joints in this stretch of road and this is the one that has ‘2nd floor’ with aircon.

I personally feel the soya sauce chicken here tastes better than their competitor down the road with a more herbal flavour, while the noodles are the qq springy type. Yummy!

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The Phò Tái is another dish i would recommend here at SG Pho House.

The beef slices are tender & thinly sliced, making it very easy to chew through while the soup is light but flavourful. This would be a very comforting meal during rainy days.

This may not be the best beef pho i’ve tasted (that honour still belongs to Long Phung), but it is certainly among the better ones you can get in Singapore.

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One of the ‘side dishes’ i would usually order at Din Tai Fung is the 酸辣汤. It has the right blend of spicy and sour and is a very good appetiser before having the main dishes.

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I’ve always been a fan of Din Tai Fung’s fried rice, but it was my first time trying the pork chop version.

The pork chop was a tad dry but still tender & flavourful, which was a very good combination when paired with the signature egg fried rice that i love.

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For me a good plate of char kway teow must have a strong wok hei taste, and they do it very well here. Each sinful wok hei laden plate is loaded with cockles & lap cheong (chinese sausages); certainly worth the calories in my opinion.

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