531A Upper Cross Street
#02-03 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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08:30am - 03:00pm



08:30am - 03:00pm

08:30am - 03:00pm

08:30am - 03:00pm

08:30am - 03:00pm

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This large bowl of glorious goodness greeted me after about 30 mins of queueing during the lunch peak hour. Some of the items, such as the Yong Tau Foo and the Char Siew, were slowly sold out as I inched closer to the front. Fortunately, I still managed to snag this Chicken Cutlet Curry noodles, 大 ($5.50). On the first mouth, I could taste the coconutiness of the curry. The gravy was light and not overly spicy such that I could easily slurp down every last drop of the sauce. The alkaline noodles were abit soggy and could be more springy. The Chicken cutlet was the main star of the dish for me. Freshly fried due to the constant snaking queue, the chicken cutlet was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. There was a slight hint of prawn paste as well. The perfect combination was when I doused the chicken with the curry, letting that crispy skin soak in all the lemak goodness. On top of all that, there was also free flow pork lard I could add for that extra crunch. I will definitely be back again to try the other dishes that were sold out.

Tucked at the deep corner of the second floor of Hong Lim Market & Food Centre was this stall that almost seemed to be famous for their Curry Fried Chicken Cutlet Noodles / Rice (S$4.00). Fortunately, I was able to place my order at around 1-plus in the afternoon, as they would have closed for the day if I arrive after 2.00pm (largely depends on whether they still have anything left to sell).

But coming back to the curry noodles (still puzzled me if curry was a Cantonese thing), I was impressed by how the freshly-fried chicken cutlet complemented so well with their curry gravy. The noodles did not disappoint either, as I was happily slurping them down as well. And I must say that self-service garnishing and fried pork lard just added extra “shiok”-ness to the already awesome meal!


Remarkably long queue, I was in queue for more than half an hour.

No wonder the Chicken Cutlet is so popular. The endless order of chicken cutlet resulted in freshly fried cutlet for every order. The thick piece of chicken cutlet was tender, curry was poured upon order so the outer remains crispy. The thin noodles coats and lifted up the curry very well. Great lunch.

Curry Chicken Cutlet Noodles $4

#02-03 Cantonese Delights
10:30am ~ 2pm (Closed on Weekends)

Insanely gratifying meal of all things unhealthy - the calories from all forms (thicccc coconuttiness of the curry, fried cutlet and.... addition of charsiew (+$1.50) were worth it! Little wonder why the queue was snakingly long on a Friday noon, past lunch peak (I was there at approx 2pm!) Fortunately boy made it in time before the 'hot' signature item was sold out. Instead of rice, boy opted for noodles which came in the likes of wanton noodles (not the yellow, alkanine-ish tasting round noodles). For the boy who've just hit the gym before this meal, I can see why there's instant feeling of 'reward'!

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Price: $4 (No Takeaway Charges)

One word - SHIOK. Super worth it and only at $4?! I would definitely queue for this again 🙃

This is the upsized version, although you can't see the depth of the noodles. The meat wasn't perfectly fried this time, the noodles were still very good but slightly alkaline this time, probably due to the portion. That's not to say I didn't enjoy everything. It's still awesome. Special mention for the perfect Hong Kong kailan.