This stall took over the People Park Hakka Yong Tau Fu which was possibly my favourite ytf. Not only is it the same food, the stall looks similar. But neither the ingredients nor the execution were good enough. The sausage and the enoki fritter seemed so stale. Only the yam and fishcake were better than average. I selected instant mee and laksa soup.

Usually a safe order because homemade tofu is admirable, but this might be the worst I've tried. All the companions were fine, but the tofu itself was bland and hard.

A veg I usually enjoy. The version here was done well. The mushrooms and garlic boosted the flavour.

A signature dish in a very limited menu. It's really quite good, but a result of a myriad of flavours, not necessarily lemongrass. I detected significant garlic and what tasted like marmite.

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A shop dedicated to samosas only. Bite into the crust and you'll understand why. It's thicker than normal samosas and therefore more fragrant. In terms of filling, I found mutton better than chicken.

A shop dedicated to samosas only. Bite into the crust and you'll understand why. It's thicker than normal samosas and therefore more fragrant. This is such a funky flavour. There's only cheese but quite addictive.

A shop dedicated to samosas only. Bite into the crust and you'll understand why. It's thicker than normal samosas and therefore more fragrant. This filling however was quite meh.

This wasn't on my wishlist, but there's usually a queue. It turned out it shouldn't be on my wishlist. It's one of the blandest Hokkien mees I've encountered.

A stall that specialises in various forms of nasi ayam, like Aspirasi, which I love. This is the most hipster dish. I have to start with the sauce, which was nice enough. But that's about it. The chicken thigh was so-so, the rice was not cooked properly, and the bergedil was bland and hard.

This reminded me of a bygone era when Singaporean families marked celebrations with fast food. Of course, we have since upgraded to better food. Of course, there wasn't Jollibee haha. The sweet pasta is such comfort food. I tried the non-spicy Chickenjoy for the first time. Skip it, it's far inferior to spicy. The mashed potato was so lousy.

Its main difference from normal 肉夹馍 was the bun. It's usually like bread, but here it's a flaky biscuit. Although the meat filling was chunkier, it's less than normal 肉夹馍.