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Observe the delicate pleats on the turned over dumpling. The filling is juicy and easily one of the nicest dumpling I have eaten. Coupled with the 酸辣汤 it makes a complete meal. The soup ingredients are authentic and cooked very well. 👍🏻 highly encouraged to go and try.

This shop is rather new (5 mths old), opposite Po Kee Cze Cha restaurant. Love their special flavors ice-cream, which is not so sweet yet the flavors are so fragrant and refreshing. Single scoop is $4, double scoops $7. The also carry a couple of cakes and bubble tea. Looking forward to try their new home made creations.

It’s a small establishment with about 8 tables. So do call and book. Otherwise the wait can be up to half an hour or so for diners to finish. People typically just eat and go. The ingredients are very fresh and it’s a pleasure to watch the chefs cook in style. They welcome diners to join in in the cooking too. Most of the staff are Japanese, so it’s a very authentic feel. Ordered the seafood set, an egg wrap and the very filling mixed okonomiyaki and cost us $99. Not exactly cheap but it is reasonable.

It has a nice wok hei taste and the chili was good. I had to ask for second helping.

Totally satisfied with this Cripsy Pork Belly burger which I had. So crispy and loves it when the fats melts in the mouth. 10x more worth it than fast food chain burgers and it is obviously popular looking at the number who ordered from this stall!

Love the relaxing atmosphere and can see airplanes take off and land near by. It’s like a little Thai village, served by Thai and authentic Thai dishes. The Mookata seems to be most popular. We order a Kang Kong dish, tomyam soup, charcoal grilled prawns, pad Thai and pineapple fried rice. Very strong tasting and a tad salty for us, but delicious nonetheless.

It’s a nice experience and we would love to come with more people to enjoy their Mookata.

Came for a coffee and some light snacks. The deco was retro and pleasant. They serve cakes, wanton new and cottage pies. We just need a cafe to chill for about an hour or so and it proves to be idea.

A dish commonly found at most zhi char stalls, but this is one of the better variations, comes pipping hot and doesn't feel oily, well marinated too! Great with beer (according to the beer drinking peeps anyways).

Here's a venue to catch up with a large group of friends over hearty zi char dishes, all in the comfort of an air-conditioned restaurant. Located on the second floor of City Square Mall, Wok Master's menu is extensive, portions are big, and prices are reasonable. The Curry Fish Head ($28) is a must — the bubbling pot ladened with vegetables is present on every table, and easily feeds three comfortably. For those who cannot handle the spice, get the Claypot XO Crayfish Tang Hoon ($14 for small, $28 for big) to share instead — it comes with a massive portion of noodles and is topped with an egg. Other noteworthy dishes include the saucy Mongolian Chicken ($10 for small, $16 for large) and the tender Golden Salted Egg Spare Ribs ($12 for small, $18 for large) — all great for sharing!
Avg price: $20 per person
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Crayfish is sliced into half to absorb the essence from the broth as well as to release the crustacean flavour.

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With more than 30 years of experience under his belt, renowned Chef Tonny Chan helms the kitchen at Tonny Restaurant just a six-minute walk away from Kallang MRT Station. Expect innovative items using quality ingredients, like the Crispy Yam with Truffle Oil ($16) — a pile of thinly shredded yam drizzled with truffle oil, or the tummy-warming Double Boiled Black Chicken Soup ($32) with almond milk. The crown jewel however, is the award-winning Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon ($9) — a pool of silky smooth scallops and egg white held together in a crispy wonton skin shell. Then, load up on carbs with the Braised Pork Hock with Mee Hoon ($20). This sinfully satisfying dish of stewed trotters and fried lard sit atop a hill of mee hoon that feeds two comfortably. Pro tip: Book a table via his website and get one of four of his signature dishes at half price (only one item per table).
Avg Price: $35 per person
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