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7 Wallich Street
#B2-22/23/24 Tanjong Pagar Centre
Singapore 078884

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 08:00pm

09:30am - 08:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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Same same but different

It’s nice to switch to a Mian jian Guo , peanut pancake instead of the usual toast .

I like that the regular coffee / tea could be switched to green tea because I was a little under the weather.

This has become one of my choice places for a no frills breakfast .

I would have loved the pancake to be a little more fluffy and less dense ( although the not so sweet granular peanut filling made up for it ) . The eggs would be nice hot too ....

But for 3 dollars 💵- and for a quick fuss free meal - no complaints 😚

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Usually going for beef rice bowls I decided to try their iberico pork jowl[$12] one and was really satisfied with the choice. Sou vide to perfection, the fatty pork was so juicy and really the star of the show. My only complaint is that their wasn't more of it but hey you could always add extra meat😛 The rest of the bowl was pretty standard and osen egg and a generous portion of rice topped with a light soy based sauce. A really great hearty meal if you're around the tanjong pagar area. Foodier🖖🏼

Not the best mian jian Guo I have eaten but good enough .

The kueh would have been better if it was softer and less dense but the peanut filling was commendable - not too sweet and it was luxuriously flowy and gooey - not hard and dry although it was left out sitting in the cold 🥶

The eggs were not hot too ....

But for 3 dollars with a drink included - this was indeed pretty value for money for a quick bite.

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Returned back to Ah Lock & Co. to get my hands on their Hakka Karni Bowl. Created for the meat lovers, the Hakka Karni Bowl features all the different types of meats available at Ah Lock & Co., from Hakka Pork, to Hakka Meatballs and their all-time favourite Hakka Tofu less the greens served atop the same short-grained rice as all the other rice bowls that they have to offer. Having enjoyed the meats in the Hakka Tofu Bowl and Hakka Pork Bowl, the Hakka Karni Bowl was certainly satiating with fried silken tofu that is stuffed with pork for a meaty bite, juicy Hakka Meatballs which were crisp on the exterior and easy to chew within, and the Hakka Pork that comes with a bite without being too porky or tough to bite, whilst also being crisp on the exterior. Still prefer the Hakka Tofu Bowl overall; the Manicai and the other greens provide a good break amidst all the meatiness that gives a better contrast of flavours (aside from being that signature dish of theirs since Day One at Yishun Park Hawker Centre as Ah Lock Tofu), but the Hakka Karni Bowl would certainly do well for those who just simply wants to go for the meat and can't really be bothered about their vegetables; a meat lover's dream!


The juicy meatballs were a cross between luncheon meat and ngoh hiang, while elsewhere the titular tofu possessed a savoury, meaty quality and the slitheringly luscious greens played it all sorts of eloquent economic rice joy. 4/5


Ah Lock & Co. 08/06/19
Min Jiang Kueh (1 for $1.60, 3 for $4)
- Unlike the ones you find at hawker centres, the peanut filling here had a distinct lack of sugar crystals making the filling here subtly sweet. I personally prefer the peanut filling here as it brings out the natural sweetness in the peanuts more. The peanut filling also provided a good crunch to the pancake.
- The red bean filling was fragrant and subtly sweet as well
- The coconut filling was fragrant and really substantial, making it my favourite out of the 3
- Pancake was fluffy and moist
Overall: 8/10

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