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Segamat Tze Char from circuit road hawker! Saw many ppl ordering from this tze char stall so we decided to try it too!

-Fujian Mee Noodle ($5)
-Sliced Fish Hor Fun ($6)

While the portions looked quite big initially, it was smaller than it seems due to the shallow plate 😂 but it was a good plate of tzechar as the noodles were full of wokhei!! Loved the spicy sambal chilli sauce too! But really not too much ingredients/noodle though the price quite affordable

We were still feeling hungry/mouth itchy after these 2 plates hence we ordered another chicken chop as seen in my previous post lol

79 Circuit Rd, #01-45, Singapore 370077

Who else always get cravings for chicken chop when at hawker centre? I always get such cravings😂🤣

Decided to give this western stall - Yuan Xiang Western Food 01-67 a try! Got the chicken chop which was priced at $7. Comes with the usual fixed sides such as fries, salad, baked beans and toasted bun.

At the first bite of the chicken chop, i got the taste of lamb and i really do not like the taste/smell of lamb!🤢 most likely the order before mine was a lamb chop. Lol made a mental note to myself to never order from a western stall ever again if they sell lamb chop 😂

Luckily there were still some parts of the chicken meat on the other side that did not have a strong lamb taste.

Thought the amount of fried given was quite little too?

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From Taiseer
Mee Soto $3 only.
Yummy breakfast!

Closed on Monday.

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🥰 Local hawker delights! Mee Siam, Laksa & Lor Mee from

🌟 Mee Siam
Stir fried vermicelli noodles with tau pok, bean sprouts and egg. There's coconut milk added so its thicker than the usual mee siam gravy. It would be great with more lime juice, but that is my personal preference. This is my favourite amongst these 3 dishes 👍.

Thick and rich coconut curry gravy topped with tau pok, slices of fish cake, egg and cockles. Yummy comfort food~

🌟Lor Mee
Flavourful gravy without being too starchy. It had tons of garlic and vinegar but it wasn't too overwhelming. Well cooked noodles with slices of ngoh hiang, egg and bean sprouts. Eat it with the chilli for extra shiokness!

Prices are affordable at only S$3/$3.50 per bowl.

📍 Location:
Hup Hup Mee Siam (02-14)
Circuit Road Market & Food Centre
80 Circuit Road
Singapore 370080

Laksa ($3/3.50). Noodles (I had thick bee hoon) served with loads of cockles, taupok (beancurd puffs), boiled egg and fishcake with a choice of noodles (I had thick bee hoon). I felt that the gravy could do with a little more coconut milk to give it a richer taste throughout.

Lor Mee ($3/3.50). For the price, it’s a pretty good bowl that’s slightly more traditional in taste and ingredients - fish cake, ngoh hiang, boiled egg, braised pork belly. The gravy was thick and gooey with slight herbal notes. I actually was hoping for that it had some fried fish to go along with it. Add a spoonful or two of black vinegar to give the gravy a balanced taste.