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An overall decent plate of fried hokkien prawn mee if you’re in the area. The style here is the wet type; broth/stock is thick and quite flavourful, but leans more towards pork-forward than seafood-forward. The squid is really tasty though, tender and not overcooked. Quite like the sambal chili too – solid with a punch!

📍Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodle
#01-50, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre (208B New Upper Changi Rd)

Hands down the best carrot cake in SG!! I can’t identify what exactly they added that makes it different and a clear cut above most other renditions, but this was absolutely delish. We ordered a large portion ($5) - it usually comes with premium ingredients like shrimp, but we opted to have a larger plate of carrot cake instead. Very tasty!!

This store took over Teo’s, which was famous for its fishballs! You can give these minced meat noodles ($3) a miss - the noodles were mushy and dry with regular factory-produced toppings.

😁 Yong tau foo bee hoon with laksa gravy (S$3.80). Have been craving for hot foods since the weather has been cold. (6pcs YTF with bee hoon cost $3 add laksa gravy $0.80).

They were generous with the bee hoon. It looks dry but because the laksa gravy has soaked into the noodles, its really yummy.

📍Location:
Qing Tian Yong Tau Foo (01-49)
Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre
Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd
Singapore 462208

May look like regular fishball noodles, but this is a notch above. The fishball and meatballs are handmade, and they contain little or no flour in them, creating a different meaty texture, with a great flavour. The noodles were springy and beware, the chilli packs a punch! It's my go-to whenever I'm here 😍

Yong Hwa Delights (Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre)
Fishball noodles ($3/4)

Love their pau and dimsum!

Had the lotus pau, carrot cake, char siew pastry, peanut fritter🥜 and fried yam char siew for $4+

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