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the horfun from New Choy Lam Eating House was tasty! the aunty was super nice too hehe. gonna come back to try the hokkien mee.

i also tried the oyster omelette (i got the med $4 portion) from Xin Xin Famous Fried Oyster a few stalls down. theirs is crispyyy and less starchy with fresh oysters. overall i thought it was not bad! but i’m not a fan of the chilli tho

this one was a lot more normal though, the broth and the ingredients were as banal as they look

It's interesting how the different kinds of chili pots in Chinese cuisine can taste so different based on the region they're from, even though it probably looks very similar to many people

This was quite light actually, and there's a mild sourness from various preserved veggies alongside the heat which was significantly less intense than it seemed. The minced meat had a bit of dandanmian flavour GG on, in terms of the nuttiness

The beef was tender but not very worth 5nett, not at a hawker centre at least.
Despite it being called dry, it's only relative to the rest. it's still a broth rather than a sauce. The noodles had a very good bite though, but it doesn't catch the thin broth well

How can I miss Curry Yong Tau Foo with Ke Kou Mee ($4.50) as it is my all time favourite! The portion is generous and all ingredients are really fresh. You can smell the aromatics of the curry filled with ginger, garlic, curry powder, herbs and spices. It is absolutely marvelous taking every bite on the bouncy, smooth and succulent Yong Tau Foo. Dipped into a mixed of their chilli and sweet sauce for a perfect meal.


Portion is decent for $3 with all sort of ingredients such as Minced meat, fishcake, fish dumpling, fishballs and meat ball. The handmade fishballs are definitely super fresh and bouncy. The savoury sauce, mixed with vinegar, fish sauce, lard oil, chilli, blended perfectly well with the springy noodles. The soup is light and great.


Bought Satay Bee Hoon from this Yong Tau Fu stall at Clementi West Hawker Center. The stall has been around for many years and just says Yong Tau Fu in Chinese. They also serve Laksa, Satay Bee Hoon, Cuttlefish Kang Kong.

At $3.50, the price is reasonable, considering the amount of cuttlefish, pork, Tau Pok and two shrimps. But the amount of Bee Hoon is definitely not enough to satisfy those who need a lot of carbs.

Learnt that they recently raised prices for Yong Tau Fu, something they have not done for last 10 years, from 50 cents to 60 cents a piece with minimum of 6 pieces. Sign of the times.

Will come back to try their Laksa and Yong Tau Fu one day.