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Hands down the best tapioca kueh I’ve ever tasted!! Fluffy, thick and tasty - whether you have it nicely baked from the oven or left overnight, it still tastes so good. Very value for money also for the portion you get at $1.30! You’ll be coming back for more!

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This stall sell fresh ytf, with good soup base and homemade sambal chilli.
Best is fried items will be re fried give crispy bite.

The fried carrot cake is sweet and salty with good crunch from the cai po.

The wanton noodles are $3 from R&D. The wantons are very tasty. Order this if you like the black sweet type of sauce. Char siew not bad.

They were sold out of wan ton but the dumplings were big and crunchy. $3

Their chilli had a touch of tomato and the noodles were thick. I slightly prefer this one over the R&D one.

Even on a small portion which comes in a bowl, it comes with a myriad of items alongside the kway teow which tasted pretty good, especially when drenched in sweet and chilli sauce, and also comes topped with vegetables and pork lard! The soup that accompanied the yong tau foo was very peppery, yet very comforting to have!

I settled for 323 Food & Beverage Western Food because the other shop I wanted was closed! :/ This was a decent portion at 6 bucks but I have a story to tell.

The menu says chicken chop and there was another item that said black pepper lamb chop so I assumed that they weren’t gonna put the black pepper but alas, my chicken chop came with black pepper which I really didn’t like. :/// Sigh but wasn’t gonna make a fuss out of it. The chicken was relatively tender. But other than that, the fries (probably processed), baked beans (probably from the cans) and coleslaw were pretty meh. The people manning the stall were friendly but I think I’d probably try another dish like the codfish if I ever order from this stall again.