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first stop from our hawker food trail and it’s a Soon Heng Pork Noodles , located at small Coffeeshop Neil Road (opposite shake shack), serves a very good soup bar chor mee. The soup very sweet and tasty, served with minced pork, meatballs and wanton (not a fan for the wanton).. 💰$4. 📍Soon Heng Pork Noodles 120 Neil Road
Cecil
10w
Bedok Style Bak Chor Mee in the City Fans of Bedok style bak chor mee (minced pork noodles) and are working in CBD should definitely check this place out. Soon Heng Pork Noodles is located in a coffee shop along Neil Road. They only sell the soup version of bak chor mee ($4/5) which is largely favoured by most easties (as opposed to the dry version). There’re four types of noodles to choose from mee kia (which I ordered), mee pok, mee tai mak and kway teow. I’ve been wanting to try this place for a long time and only managed to try this very recently. Pork thigh bones are boiled for 7 to 8 hours overnight to give the soup a rich and robust flavour, and this contributes to its murky appearance. The soup contains lots of yummy bits of minced pork (bak chor) and there’s no spoonful of soup that will taste one dimensional. Best of it all was that the soup didn’t have MSG and that means that there’s no lingering aftertaste that will make one thirsty. The mee kia was springy and didn’t have a strong alkaline taste. But I’d recommend those who dislike alkaline-based noodles to go for the other noodle choices. Dumplings are handmade and were packed with minced pork and dried sole fish. Although I felt the filling would be better if it wasn’t moulded into a paste. I was hoping for some fried lard bits as what I saw in earlier reviews but was devoid of them. Nevertheless, it was a great bowl of bak chor mee that I’d recommend for breakfast/ lunch if you’re in the area.
Terence
12w
Bar Chor Mee ($5) Found a hidden gem in CBD. Bedok style soup bcm. The soup was rich but i find the pork balls a bit bland. Overall, 👍
thefoodexplorer
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Pork Katsu ($10) Toast to a GOOD MORNING~ Combing yet another sandwich shop in CBD,@sandosingapore is located at the basement of the newly revamped China Square Central. Pork Katsu ($10) is one of their signature items. The deep-fried panko-crusted pork loin, paired with duck fat confit onions and greens, nestled between two slices of toasted white bread. Drenched in sweet, tangy bulldog sauce, the simple toast is a great way to start the day with
Cassie
11w
Toast to a GOOD MORNING~ Combing yet another sandwich shop in CBD,@sandosingapore is located at the basement of the newly revamped China Square Central. Pork Katsu ($10) is one of their signature items. The deep-fried panko-crusted pork loin, paired with duck fat confit onions and greens, nestled between two slices of toasted white bread. Drenched in sweet, tangy bulldog sauce, the simple toast is a great way to start the day!
Cassie
11w
Another great CBD sandwich place. Originally situated at a more inaccessible Alexandra, this hidden gem has brought their Japanese-style sandos to the CBD at B1 of Cross Street Exchange. Right beside Ground Zero, so you can #treatyoself after hectic spin classes. - The 𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗸 𝗸𝗮𝘁𝘀𝘂 𝘀𝗮𝗻𝗱𝘄𝗶𝗰𝗵 ($10) featured a pristinely crispy panko crust, which encased a succulent and bouncy patty. The caramelised onions imparted some edge to the sandwich through acidity and a controlled sweetness, which tangoed elegantly with the soft piquant notes of the tonkatsu sauce. A mix of light crisp and softness from the buttery buns was the perfect finishing touch to an enjoyable sandwich. - Not quite toppling Park Bench Deli but definitely a great, and more affordable, alternative for sandwiches — especially when PBD gets busy during lunch. ----- 📍 𝗖𝗿𝗼𝘀𝘀 𝗦𝘁𝗿𝗲𝗲𝘁 𝗘𝘅𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗲 𝟭𝟴 𝗖𝗿𝗼𝘀𝘀 𝗦𝘁𝗿𝗲𝗲𝘁, # 𝗕𝟭-𝟭𝟮𝟱, 𝗦𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗮𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗲 𝟬𝟰𝟴𝟰𝟮𝟯 ⏱️ (Mon-Fri) 8am-3.30pm, or till sell out
Evan
19w
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White Pita ($5 For 6), Whole Wheat Pita ($6 For 6), Flavoured Pitas ($2.2 Each) The perfect excuse to get these freshly baked pitas is when you travel to North Bridge Road for a bread and cake run at Mother Dough and Edith patisserie during the circuit breaker period. I mean why not stock up on bread since the family is perpetually at home? Another good excuse for Mum to put her cooking creativity to the test by whipping up great pita dishes. The plain and whole wheat pitas here are affordable and easily one of my favourite staples around.
timtam_tum
5w
Free Filling Pita Bread Nice, kinda filling filled with meatballs, vegetables and sauces. The meatballs are salty and the vegetables and sauces give a refreshing and sour taste to it. The bread itself has no taste and together w the ingredients, they complement each other. Do bring your own water though, we were really thirsty after eating it.
Sim
9w
Fill Free ($9) A falafel pita which brought me straight back to Israel. They really nailed it with the tahini and amba sauces, but it was the falafel that was outstanding - perhaps even better than the ones I have had in Israel! You may be skeptical, doubting if 3 falafel balls and 1 pita bread would be filling enough. Let me assure you that it is - there is nothing more I could've asked for...except maybe some hummus. What could've been better? For one, the Israeli hospitality would have made my experience more enjoyable. When I found out that Pita Bakery was opened by an Israeli, I was excited to check it out not just for the food, but also for the banter and chit-chat with the chefs/ storeowners that I had become used to in Israel. Maybe the owner was out at the time I visited, and while his staff were helpful, I didn't get /that/ level of hospitality. Second, I would have liked the option of getting a small portion of hummus to eat with my pita! Currently, if you dine-in, there is only a $4 portion of hummus available to order. Given that the pita itself is pretty filling, I would have liked the option to get a smaller serving of hummus just to complete the meal but not fill me up too much.
Wee
13w
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Smoked Salmon Burger I have not been to Scrambled for a while and I almost forgot how glorious their scrambled eggs burgers are. The Smoked Salmon Burger ($11.90) comprises of creamy scrambled eggs, melted cheddar and smoked salmon topped with torched mentaiko mayo. The Brioche buns are super soft and fluffy and the whole burger is smokey, moist (the eggs and cheese are literally dripping) and simply delicious. I topped up $4.50 for the set meal which comes with a generous portion of shoestring fries served with an addictive curry mayo sauce, as well as a drink of your choice. A really decent scrambled eggs burger I must say👍🏻
Gladys
12w
Scrambled Egg Burger with fries set Dropped by for lunch at Scrambled and got their smoked salmon scrambled egg burger with fries! The bread was a tad oily but it was toasted well. Unfortunately, the mentaiko sauce and smoked salmon overpowered the scrambled egg (which i assume should be the main star). Nonetheless it was still a good burger, and I’d come back to try other flavors. My friend enjoyed her katsu pork variant alot more! Got their cajun fries and truffle fries from set A and set B respectively. Fries were very crisp and fresh, and seasoned well. Truffle dip came separately and it was really fragrant! Overall pretty pricey (about $16 for my set A meal w salmon) but delicious fast food!
Emily
16w
Bacon & Cheese ($9.90) Quite a filling breakfast burger filled with Scrambled Eggs, Melted Cheddar, Crispy Bacon Strips and Sweet & Savory Maple Aioli.
Chu
28w
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