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Somewhat crispy, but somewhat dry and slightly hard as well. Expectedly it loses its crisp quickly, and the gravy was thin

I didn't catch this zichar stall's name. It's on the same row as Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Hokkien mee. What makes this stall special is the interesting menu - it's a PRC couple whipping up local zichar! This for example you'll never get it anywhere. But I gotta admit the oysters got jelak eventually.

I didn't catch this zichar stall's name. It's on the same row as Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Hokkien mee. This was very good, not just for prawn paste. It tasted more than that and was fried very well. What makes this stall special is the interesting menu - it's a PRC couple whipping up local zichar!

Hong Sheng fish soup seems to be a small chain of fish soup hawker stalls that serve up screaming hot bowl of fish or seafood soup, and I’ve patronised their stall on a few occasions. Their seafood soup is laden with acceptably fresh seafood and the broth is delightfully hearty with the sapid essence of the prawn (I presume) and fish stock. The fish soup is no slouch either, and delivers wholesome satisfaction every single time.

Despite them being a seafood soup merchant, I was quite surprised to see them jump on the pao fan (rice in seafood soup topped with rice grains that have been deep fried) fad. For six bucks, I got a bowl brimming with supremely savoury soup, a ponderous prawn, a solitary scallop, and a wealth of both poached & deep fried fish slices.⠀

As with the regular fish soups, the seafood pao fan is delicious, but not particularly memorable. The soup is solid, with the rich, briny umami from the fish & prawns that’ve been boiled into the stock, and it’s a great base for the seafood. The prawn & scallop were passably fresh, but the fish were absolutely fabulous. The poached fish slices were remarkably fresh, while the equally fresh fried fish was battered & fried fantastically. ⠀

I would’ve preferred if the fried fish was served on the side instead of being immersed in the soup, but you can’t win ‘em all. Still, this is a hearty, redolent bowl of soup that is a soothing balm for your soul. Not quite a souperstar, but still pretty soup-er in its own right.⠀

It's not clear what went into this. The stallholder only revealed avocado. But I tasted mango - or at least something fruity. Avocado's partner is always important as it doesn't have much taste.

At the far end of ABC Brickworks Food Centre is this Hokkien Mee stall run by an old couple. The Uncle does the hard work but the Auntie is the resident food nazi! You got to keep to her unwritten rules or she’ll unleash the kraken on you. 1) Queue for your food in FRONT of the stall. 2) Don’t skimp on the self-service pork lard. 3) Don’t touch the Chilli (this is Auntie’s exclusive domain). Also please let yourself have at least the medium ($5) serving to make the trip worth your while.

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