270 Queen Street
Singapore 180270

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06:00am - 09:30pm

06:00am - 09:30pm

06:00am - 09:30pm

06:00am - 09:30pm

06:00am - 09:30pm

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I have been reading how popular this soup is and finally decided to go for it. I ordered the mixed seafood soup ($5.50) and the soup is really nice and seafood is fresh. Now I understand why the queue for it.

Beehoon noodles + chicken wing + otah + veggie @ $5

Quite good even though the food is not hot as we were there in the late afternoon. Hope to try again when the food is freshly cooked.

#01-62 Frageance butterfly pea flower nasi lemak

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It's hot, crispy and tasty! The banana inside was creamy. Very nice however price is abit high.

Stall #01-46
Albert Market & Food Centre

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Ren Fried Kway Teow Mee could be one stall that easily missed out among all of the stalls at Albert Market.

But this stall has been here for many years and waiting time could be longer, as the chef usually frying every plate individually.

You won’t find any pork lards on your plate, but it still taste savoury sweet and wet. When seeing the chef frying it, you could find the chef adding lots of sweet soy sauce.

Generous ingredients for the bigger portion, which comes with hum and fish cake slices.

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Green chilli chicken + long beans + peanuts ikan bilis @ $5.20

#01-63 Indonesian food sold by Chinese. Saw a long queue the previous time I was at the food centre and the plates that everyone was walking away with all looked damn good so was very tempted to try.

Came at about 1pm on a Friday and there's no queue at all. Was deciding between the normal chilli or green chilli and in the end went with the latter to give it a try. The green chilli taste is quite mild but the chicken is very tender and juicy, and it's also quite a huge portion.

Also liked that they gave a big portion of the peanut and ikan bilis as compared to how other stalls usually just sprinkle a few on the plate.

There's two types of chilli that are on self-service. The orange one (i think is belachan) is very nice and has a good kick. The red one (I think is sambal) tastes a little weird, but maybe cuz I was expecting the malay kind of sambal chilli.

In any case, it's really good and definitely will be back to try other dishes but after I try other stalls here also.

This was from the corner stall near the whampoa soya bean stall. It was decent, expect a typical vegetarian beehoon. I liked the crispy zai er!