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Likeable dishes: zhichar wok dishes to seafood, favourites, and sets are available. This is savoury fried seafood kway teow. #01-34


Bathed in a soupy tangy vinegar sauce, I gave the ultra smooth noodles a good toss to coat every strand. What sets this stall apart from the rest is their soup. What is alluring about their soup is the umami flavour thickened with their ba chor, and egg. Pairing it with the al dente noodles which were firm to the bite, each slurp was robust and multidimensional. ☺

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 9 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 6.5 ants


Brisk queue for the savoury bowl of meepok dry at $4 from Song Kee.

From Soya Bean Point $1.60 for the soft soya beancurd dessert with grass jelly.

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You should try this hidden gem at toa payoh area. It is only open for lunch time with a quite long queue. I always enjoy Teochew Porridge. Bring back childhood memories as my mum like to cook Teo chew porridge. It is great that everyone share and enjoy the humble simple looking but delicious dishes! My favourite is the tender Braised Duck. 😍
Peck Hwan Eating House Porridge
📍75 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh
📍01-13, Singapore 310075
🕛Tuesday to Friday: 12pm – 2pm
#singapore #burpple


Probably the few stall with long queue here. Their chicken rice was so affordable that you can have a plate of it from just $2. Don’t forget to add some fried chicken to your plate from $1.40 per piece. It is the crispiest you can get from this stall.


Given that many stalls in this food centre operates for the dinner and supper crowds, I was glad that Chong Pang Huat (#01-28) was open for business before 5.00pm.

Their satays (S$0.60 each) were marinated with a slightly sweet finish and some traces of spice, but the satays were very well-grilled, I must say. I think the pork satay was the best, because the small cube of fat was quite yummy when I chewed it. I felt that their satay sauce was also generous with peanut chunks, making it quite thick when I coated my satay with sauce.