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Tried the Penang Hokkien mee prawn noodle from this stall. It’s $3 for the small bowl, which is very decently priced and so affordable. I like that the bean sprouts don’t taste very very raw. The soup is also very flavourful. They are also very generous with the other ingredients as well. Perfect for a cold weather!

Prices have risen slightly ($2 for 4)! The skin was thick with only a thin layer of filling for the peanut ones, but the coconut version was generous with sweet desiccated coconut.

The Penang hokkien mee ($3) uses the same soup as their prawn noodles, so you’re not missing out on much! The prawns are unquestionably smaller but they were surprisingly sweet and firm.

Felt my heart drop a little when I received my bowl of sliced fish soup ($4) - sure, it was a large bowl, but it looked awfully empty. The sparse portion of fish & vegetables was rather disappointing! I did like the clear, clean soup though. And their chilli is a big draw - fiery with a strong roasted garlic flavour!

From One 2 Eat Chicken Rice, #01-26.
Tabao version for this period.
Chosen the $15 combo of Roast Duck, Chicken & Pork belly.
Overall, not bad on the texture, as every piece is consistently tender.
Also it’s packed separately with savoury sauce, chilli sauce and chilled archar.

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The ccf here has got to be one of the best I’ve tasted in Singapore! It’s soft and chewy, but still retains a bite when you chomp into it. The sesame oil and sesame seeds are fragrant and give flavour to the plain ccf. We really enjoyed this, and ordered another plate as we all wanted second helpings.

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