7 Maxwell Road
Singapore 069111

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Tuesday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 06:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Order their small bowl ($9) which at first I thought is minced meat noodle which mixing would be better. However, each component of the dish is to be enjoyed individual. I am not sure if there is a name for this noodle but it is great and not found in any restaurant setting but a food court

Sliced Fish Soup with Fish Roe

Overrated... taste average, not worth the long queue.

(from Han Kee Fish Soup)

This is from level 1 corner stall, it’s called amoy st cai fan I think. Cabbage was best dish out of the 3, it comes with taukee and glass noodles and was stewed nicely. Spinach was okay only, and the worst was the gulurou. I can’t really call this gulurou because it felt like I was eating crunchy batter.... where’s the meat?? It was so unsatisfying that I decided to go on a hunt for good caifan in cbd area, which was what prompted my 5-day caifan streak the next week I was back in the cbd.

My friend patronises this stall every now and then so it isn’t terrible, but please please don’t ask the auntie / uncle for gulurou, it’s a massive disappointment.

Recently went on a caifan streak where I had caifan everyday for lunch for a week. This is from Zhi Sheng Cooked Food #02-108.

This stall’s spinach was the best out of all caifans I tried that week, as it tasted fresh and homely just the way I like it - not oily, nicely seasoned and tasty. The gulurou was alright and rice was of decent quality. Would have liked the cabbage to be cooked for a longer time tho, as it was rather hard. Would definitely return because it’s actually one of the better caifans in the area, and it’s only $2.50?? Please go support this stall’s auntie and uncle!! 😌

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I’ve had this when they were at LPS, and now they’re at Amoy and it’s just as good as ever. The banmian is springy / qq, sauce was tasty and the pork slices were tender. There’s egg drop soup as well, where the egg yolk is still runny. Definitely a satisfying lunch option, it’s delicious!

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Their mhk is thinner and slurpier, not the thicker kinds, but wasn’t soggy. Kinda has a similar style of mhk pieces as bossi ban mian at sgoon gardens. But here they serve superrrr big pieces, kinda hard to eat actually because it can’t fit on the spoon 😂 This had mani cai + xiaobaicai, and 2 pieces of beancurd skin. Ikan bilis here is a touch more crisp and salty than most. Shallot was also more crisp, but this I liked. They give rousui, but I didn’t really like it. It also came with 2 meatballs, the kind u see in bcm/pho. A raw egg is cracked into soup, but the whites couldn't get cooked enough bc the bowl had a large surface area and the amoy fans cooled down the soup too quickly. Very generous portion, was super full! Soup is the less rich / more clear type, similar to grandma banmian at level 1. Overall, this was decent but there’s better mhk in amoy!

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