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Teochew Porridge
with boiled rabbit fish, braised duck and egg

(from Teo Heng Porridge)

The portion was HUGE - they gave quite a lot of noodles, not sure if it’s the usual portion or because my container threw off the portioning :p The noodle is the typical dry vermicelli that u get at Vietnamese establishments in SG, its soft but not soggy, q standard. Sauce was ok, could be more tangy. Spring roll was retrieved from a packet in the freezer, deep fried upon order. Q crispy and there’s a shrimp in there, but I’ve had better. Pork chop is soft and thin but not juicy and tender the way grilled pork is in other Bún thịt nướngs I’ve tried. They give lots of fresh veg - there’s cucumbers, lettuce, basil, and beansprouts, plus some peanut topping. Thought this bowl could do with a little bit of spice, some mild heat would make it nicer. It’s a passable bowl of dry vermicelli, comparable to pho street / other Vietnamese chain stores, but standards definitely differ from better Vietnamese establishments like moc quan / red sparrow / uncle ho’s / mrs pho.

Swan City Noodle House is a new stall at the level 2 of Amoy Food Centre. This week coming back again to support these hawker in this difficult time.

Serving Sarawak cuisine signature such as this kampua noodles. For $4, the ingredients definitely right in portion with minced meat, char siew. wanton and vege.

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Chef B’s Pasta at level 1 popular for their affordable pasta. You can choose the type of pasta (which I gotten the spaghetti) and sauce (which I gotten the cream). Then choose the accompanying meat or ingredients.

The chicken chop for $5.80 comes with a decent portion of chicken meat. The overall taste wasn’t too dry but it can get overwhelming at the end due to the big portion.

Although Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak stall focus on their nasi lemak variety, many people actually come for their fried radish cake.

From $3.50 for the small size like this, you could already enjoy it a lot; especially to wok hey taste as it only fried upon order.

The more I eat it the more I miss Penang, as the taste pretty similar.

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I know there’s already a few stalls here that sell nasi lemak, but Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak at level 2 is worth trying as well.

They do have lots of choices that you can choose from. For $4.50, you get a decent plate of nasi lemak with chicken wing.

The first bite of the chicken wing felt like I was having KFC chicken, pair well with rest of the ingredients such as the sunny side up egg, peanuts, ikan bilis and the achar. The chilli sauce was definitely generous and taste really great with the lemak rice.