644 Hougang Avenue 8
Singapore 530644

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05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

05:00am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

I got this in the evening so it was a little soggy, having being left out for a significant amount of time. Pancake was soft and chewy, texture was alright. Red bean was very minimal, it was more of a little bit of red bean paste slathered between the pancake. Overall average.

This suddenly appeared on their zichar menu a few years ago but I'm so suspicious of this kpt I avoided it. It turned out really great. There are fish slices, clams and scallops inside. What really unified everything was the broth.

I returned to support this young hawker. He has good stock and decent wok hei, but this time the noodles were a bit too al dente, which didn't match the overall profile of Hokkien mee.

Wow pleasantly surprised by this stall I had never patronised. For once a young hawker not selling Western or hipster food. Strong flavour with some wok hei. Size decent for Hokkien mee. I approve!

Pork chop, hairy gourd, deep-fried chicken. There are days when I not only hate this stall but hate myself for buying. One of the reasons: bloodsuckers. On this day, that pork chop was $2.50. And it's not even special.

One of the biggest jokes of a fish cutlet I've encountered. Imagine dried cuttlefish, but masquerading as fish cutlet. There was no flesh, only the taste of the breading. The texture was like when you take something out of the freezer and throw it into the fryer. The rice was okay, while the egg had zero effort.