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Sarawak Kolo Mee at SGD4. Nice noodles go with some minced meat, char siew and deep fried wonton. Usually, some Kolo mee is quite oily but this is not very oily. Really delicious!

Toa Payoh Hwa Heng Beef Noodles has a perpetual incessant queue here. There are two versions – soup or dry. The dry version is drizzled generously with sauce, though I found the soup version to be more hearty. The taste of the soup and noodles have a very old school flavour to it, just the way I remember beef noodles to be.

PSA: Bendemeer Food Centre and Market will be closed from May to 1 August 2019.

Xiang Ji Gao Dian’s chee cheong fun.

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I forgot the name of the stall, but let me update it as I have been frequenting it lately. Not too bad, though not the type I’d rave about as it is a pretty average fare. Meek in spicyness and generous amount of chicken and tofu given here, which are definitely THE ways to go. 😍


So hard to find such affordable breakfast in singapore.

Very tasty and shiok.


Juicy and succulent, comes with free beansprout tuck under the chicken.

Very affordable.

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