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Not many stalls were open during to the Heightened alert. This is one of the most popular stall but it was deserted during lunch hour. Decided to support auntie and dabao back. The chicken chop is huge and tasty. Probably better to eat on the spot as it was cold by the time I reach home.

This place is a gem. The western food stall is always having a long queue. Where else can you get such a huge chicken chop at this price in town? You can customize your set with different sides.

Decent bowl of Yong Tau Foo. It’s not the best ytf I had but for the price it’s definitely value for money.

This is my go-to place for affordable lunch in town. One of the hidden gem. Didn’t expect much from this white beehoon but this is surprisingly good. I’ll say it’s even better than the famous stall I’ve tried at Bukit Timah food centre. Generous ingredients are given, the broth is tasty and sweet. Surprised to see the huge fried omelette hidden under the beehoon. I have only one complain, most of the lala were empty shells except for two pieces lol~

Open on weekdays till 2.30pm but most stalls are closed by 2pm.

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Bar chor mee is affordable at only $2.90 (S) and $3.50(L) at somerset area. Tasted not too bad.

Lunch was an unassuming bowl of beef noodles in peppery broth at Singtel Comcentre. It’s a short walk across the road from Somerset MRT Station Exit A.

It’s a dark air-conditioned cafeteria selling the usual likes such as Western food and Asian food.

The beef noodles were quite average but I liked that the broth had a slight peppery taste to it. There were only a few beef pieces, which didn’t stand out, but woah... the noodles. They were springy and chewy, and the portion was quite massive, all underneath the soup.

Overall, a decent meal to keep me working through the rest of the day.

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