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Had a satisfying Breakfast with this Crispy, Big and Chunky Carrot Cake, with generous amount if Chai Poh. This is now one of my fav White Carrot Cake.

Location: He Zhong Carrot Cake, 51 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #02-185, Singapore 588215
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Kinda like Milo but okay lah it's a bit more chocolatey.

Used to eat this almost every week in sec sch! Before I became someone who wanted to explore new options for each meal :p The noodles are the authentic phad thai noodles, slightly thinner in width than guotiao / pho. It’s nicely fried together with some prawns, eggs, beansprouts and shrimp. The sauce is flavourful, my bf remarked that it’s on the sweeter side. So that’s probably why I like it. I had some super nice egg bits with wokhei! The portion of eggs / prawns has gone down quite a bit compared to a few years ago, so it’s not as nice as before :/ But I’ll still continue to patronise the stall bc it’s still pretty satisfying to me, plus the nostalgia :’)

[ Food Review — Teck Hin Fishball Noodle ] Finishing the weekend with something I grew up with — fishball and fishcake noodles from Bukit Timah Market! (Nope, it’s not Sheng Cheng!)

I know quite a few people who diss TH in favour of SC, but hear me out: Handmade fishballs and fishcake cooked à la 1970s style.

Sure, the couple can be grouchy, and sure the number of toppings you get have dwindled significantly over the years, but if shelling out for a large is what I need to do to get their springy, succulent fishballs, sign me up! Their fish cakes are even better IMO — the crumpled mantle of gold that coats each slice has excellent texture, especially when paired with chilli! Moreover, since they do a more even blend of fish and flour than other traditional stalls, you get an actual crunch with each bite, which makes the overall mouthfeel even more remarkable.

For those who are still sceptical, think about it this way: You’re tasting a part of SG’s rapidly disappearing food heritage. Who knows how long we will have left before such flavours become eroded by time, only existing in the ambiguity of our memories?

If you’re looking to try this, climb up the stairs to the food centre and make a left. After you pass the first dual-stalls row, it’s the one immediately after — backfacing the entrance and flanking the edge of the row. (Or you can just keep an eye out for #02-141!)

Not a connoisseur in satay beehoon as I haven’t tried many and it’s honestly not that common in our hawker centres. But this one always has snaking long queues so I believe it should be not bad? Satay sauce was on the sweeter side and thick enough to hold on to the beehoon

Many satay stalls in Bukit Timah Food Centre but this stall is right at the back near the other zichar stalls. It is also the only one with snaking long queues so it’s hard to miss! Very generous with the satay sauce laced with a bit of minced garlic. Got a 👍🏼 from the fam too

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