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Chappati & Chicken Masala We were walking around Little India last night and wanted to eat chappati from Azmi. Checked Burpple and it showed it closes at 8pm. We continued walking around and chanced upon the coffee shop Azmi was located at and it was still open! ⁣ ⁣ We quickly ordered 1 chappati and chicken masala to try as we already had dinner prior to arriving. ⁣ ⁣ I haven’t had other chappati from other places before but I loved the chappati from Azmi. It felt very healthy and I loved the texture of the chappati, it was very chewy! ⁣ ⁣ The chicken from the masala was good too, it was all very tender! The taste of the curry was quite nice too! I cannot decide if I should eat the tasty chappati by itself or dip it into the curry cus both was good! 😋 ⁣ ⁣ The next time we’re going back with an empty stomach, I wanna try the keema and the potato! ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 💵 Total: $4.50 Rating: ☀️☀️☀️🌤☁️ ⁣⁣⁣
Jeanette
12w
For Old School Fresh Chapatis Find this tiny stall at the junction of Serangoon Road and Norris Road and be treated to the wonderful sight of chapati made fresh. Order a couple of their hot-off-the-pan Azmi Chapatis ($1 per pice) to accompany their delicious meat curries (from $3) and vegetable sides (from $1). Good for sharing is the Minced Mutton Keema ($3.50), the Goat Bone ($5) and their Potato Cauliflower ($1.50). Bring a hungry friend so you can share and feast properly! Photo by Burppler Julius Lim
Burpple
23w
Mutton Masala W Chapati Generous portion mutton masala ($5.50) with Chapati ($1/pp)! Tender, cheap & dope! Love it!
Sarah
25w
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Chinese Taro in Hot Toffee And my personal pick, being the sweet-tooth that I am, was the Chinese Taro in Hot Toffee ($12/small). Well-executed, the dessert is made to order and presented at the table with the staff separating each piece coated by the molten syrup by dunking them into ice water - creating a crystalised shell and then sprinkled with sesame seeds. Grant with a choice of Yam or Sweet Potatoes, we had the former and it was so good. The tender bite of yam is accompanied by the caramel sweetness of the crunchy exterior. Hence, I would highly recommend all to order this to end off your meal. Think a warm, glossy, honeyed glaze coupled with the natural earthiness of the root vegetable.
Vanessa
5w
Baozi Stuffed with Juicy Pork in Bamboo Steamer On a roll, their rendition of the classic Xiao Long Bao or as known on their menu as Baozi Stuffed with Juicy Pork in Bamboo Steamer ($5/Small, $8/Medium) were definitely crowd pleasers. Wrapped in respectably thin dumpling skins, the staple dish was slightly larger that those I was familiar with and that was really a plus point in my books. With the increase in size, there were more broth and ingredients in each mouthful - the proportion of each element just right. The soup itself was lip-smacking, light and fresh-tasting.
Vanessa
5w
Fried Dumplings with Leek, Pork and Shrimp Thin and beautifully crisp, the Fried Dumplings with Leek, Pork and Shrimp ($7.80) were a tad greasy in my opinion yet oh-so-good! The minced meat filling being both savoury and fragrant. Love that you get the satisfying crackle from the lattice and the silky smooth skin of the dumplings. The hint of sweetness from the plump chunks of shrimps as you bit into the juicy packages were icing on the cake. Do note to eat it while it’s hot.
Vanessa
5w
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POPULAR TEOCHEW PORRIDGE! The aunty at the stall is really friendly &cute! My lunch kaki went to reserve the ingredients at around 11am. She heard that the dishes get sold out real fast! So we've got sotong, taupok, braised eggs, intestines, braised belly, taugwa &fish cake! Every ingredient feels like they're homemade. The fishcake is really soft and yet BOINGBOINGG (aka QQ) 😋 The braised egg is like those japanese ramen eggs with molten centre (溏心)! Taupok is stuffed with some chopped cucumber, carrot &minced meat. The taugwa is sooooo well braised; infused with all the essence of the gravy! This is the perfect pairing with plain porridge! All these + 2 bowls of porridge for $18. Pretty affordable i would say!
Pearlyn
47w
Super Satisfying & Comforting Porridge The fish was cooked in a huge pot of salted vegetable soup, then served with a generous sprinkling of salted vegetables.  Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/teo-heng-porridge-stall/
Maureen
1y
For Hit the Spot Teochew Porridge In our opinion, the best hawker meal on cold, rainy days has got to be Teochew porridge, preferably with tons of side dishes, shared among our favourite makan kakis. When the weather calls for it, gather your foodie friends for a meal to remember at Teo Heng Teochew Porridge. In all honesty, every dish here hits the spot, so it's bound to be a good meal, whether you keep it simple with salted vegetables and stuffed taupok, or if you go all out and pile the table with boiled squid, oozy braised eggs and the like. Be sure to order the fish cake, which is springy yet soft, and super fresh tasting. Our Tastemakers also liked the rabbit fish, whole squid and well-braised innards. Expect to spend an average of $5 to $7 a person. Pro tip: The stall is closed until 31 December, so come by in the new year! Avg price: $5 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang
Burpple
2y
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