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Yong tau foo with pink neon lights and glossy white walls in the background? You got it. This modern-meets-traditional favourite highlights a Hakka Tofu Bowl ($7.80), which features warm Japanese short-grain rice instead of your standard white rice. Expect also the usual yong tau foo suspects like taupok, tofu and toukwa stuffed with minced pork and doused in yummy soy sauce. If you’re feeling extra peckish, go for the Hakka Tofu Bowl Classic Set ($9.90) that comes with a hot drink and a charcoal peanut pancake — perfect to munch on while waiting for your rice bowl to arrive.
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There were many pieces of pancakes left (of different flavour varieties) at 6pm on Saturday so I really wonder what they do with the remaining pancakes 🤔

Anyhow, since my Hakka Pork Bun took a while to prepare, I got a pancake while waiting (maybe this is their strategy to increase sales). The cashier warmed up my pancake, but I felt that only the exterior warmed up. The filling was still cold, and the skin wasn’t crisp - they should increase the heating time. Despite that, the pancake is still pretty good and I enjoyed it more than those sold at some local chains in Singapore. The filling to pancake ratio is great, as the pancake isn’t too thick. The peanut filling also isn’t too sweet, and there’s a nice balance of creaminess and crunchy peanut bits. Nice snack to grab and go!

Note: You can use GrabPay here if you wanna go cashless or rack up some points!

Ah Lock & Co has a few new items on their menu which include the Hakka Pork Bun, Hakka Karni Bowl and the Hakka Meatball Bowl. Got the Hakka Pork Bun to go, which costs $3.90 ala carte or $5 as a set with drinks.

The Hakka Pork Bun comes with slices of roast pork belly and cubes of slightly sweetened tamago sandwiched in a soft bun. This took close to 10 minutes to be served, which was a little ridiculous for a bun that wasn’t even hot. The ingredients weren’t outstanding, but they were tasty. The roast pork was tender, and the skin was slightly crispy. The tamago was soft and not too sweet, which was great. However, the bun seemed to be sprinkled with some white sugar which made it really sticky and a little too sweet for my liking. Although I do love soft breads, perhaps a firmer bun would’ve done better in this case as it all felt a little too ‘nua’ and I couldn’t get over how sticky the top of the bun was.

Maybe this would be better if it was toasted or served warm. Given that it wasn’t, and the waiting time is relatively long, I’d say to give the Hakka Pork Bun a pass. Just go for the bowls, or the min jiang kueh for a quick fix instead.

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