7 Maxwell Road
Singapore 069111

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06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

06:00am - 06:00pm

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This looks like something Korean high schools would serve to their students.

Beef was relatively tough.

Tbh, I only enjoyed the egg roll. Can give this stall a miss.

Located on level one of amoy food centre, the chef looked korean which gave me high hopes but left me fairly disappointed.

This is definitely my fav Lor Mee stall at Amoy Street. Thick flavorful gravy with generous amount of pork belly and crispy fish. Love the option to add ajitama. Normal $3, Extra fish $4, Add half ajitama $0.30.

I choose

Biryani rice
Tau Kwa Goreng
Pork Masala (sauce)
Molten egg w chilli 🌶
Pineapple salsa🍍
Spiced chickpea

💸 $5.50

A bit too much gravy/sauce but everything is really fragrant and delicious 👍🏻😋

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This stall serves up Hong Kong style soup and steam rice. This pork rib rice comes with a bed of cabbage and tasted really good especially when most of the rice is also drenched in the delicious black bean sauce.

This is quite good. The price is $4 for the big portion. Stall #01-01

Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee
Kopi O Kosong ($0.80)
- Strong, smooth and fragrant
Price: 10/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 9.5/10 (I think its kind of obvious where to get good traditional Nanyang Coffee...)

Butter Kaya Toast ($1.80)
- One of the most fragrant kaya I've ever had
- Significant amounts of butter was used
- Bread was well toasted all-around
Price: 10/10 (Cheapest I've seen thus far, especially for the quality given)
Taste: 10/10 (No joke, wanted to order more, best thing I had there)
Overall: 10/10

Bake Of
A bakery known for their muffins and apparently, their western-style breakfast in the morning as one of the owners was a Chef in Italian and French restaurants for 14 years (Adapted from the Straits Times, https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food/stuffed-from-5-brunch).
Scone ($1.70)
- Comes with a bit of raisins
- Dense, slightly dry; Could have been more fluffy, buttery and moist
Definitely not the best scone I've had, better to try some of their other baked goods which they are known for
Taste: 5.5/10

Mama's Boy Mac & Cheese
This stall serves a variety of unique Mac & Cheese flavours including Korean, Butter Chicken and Lemak Chili Padi. All their bowls comes with a crunchy bright orange topping as well.

Truffle ($10.50)
- 'Signature cheese blend, sauteed mushrooms with truffle oil'
- Hearty cheesy flavour and robust truffle flavour throughout the entire dish
- Crunchy topping provided a contrast in texture but was lacking in flavour; As the topping was very fine, quite easy to choke on it as well if you take large spoonfuls (Happened to me a few times)
- Mushrooms could have added more flavour to the dish as I felt the cheese overwhelmed it
Overall, after awhile, the dish can get overly-rich and the flavours gets quite dull and monotonous. If ordering this, may be good to opt for their spicy version to balance out the richness of the cheese. Quite a sizeable portion given due to how rich it is; A classic comforting bowl of mac & cheese with a nice truffle aroma.
Taste: 6/10 (Would not get this as can get quite 'jelat' and flat but may try their other selections)

More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0pbFi8gpEL/?igshid=53sg4hs3rgmf