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Standards back to norm, ckn, pork, and veggies were all on point

(2/2)

Finishing my meal at @tamoyasg with their freshly fried tempura. They also accept order for unavailable tempura over the payment counter, subjected to ingredients availability.

Kakiage $2

soya sauce chicken noodles ($6), soya sauce chicken hor fun ($6) and fried salt and pepper tofu ($3.80)

food came in fairly large portions and did not taste oily despite the exorbitant amount of oil on the plate... the chicken was smooth and tender, the saucy noodles had a good bite and the tofu was crispy and well-seasoned!

They had the $6/$8/$10 options but I went with the $6 one. The $8 and $10 came with a larger bowl of soup with ingredients inside while the $6 one is just a tiny bowl 😅

Noodles cooked perfectly al-dente and wanton was nice and meaty. The portion of meat was quite generous and the salted fish on top provided a nice crunch. But would I queue and pay $6 for this? I would say this was worth trying once but I will go to other places to satisfy my bak chor mee cravings. While the bowl was huge, portion was quite little.

Ordered the Sliced Fish Soup ($5.80), Double Fish Soup ($6.80), extra egg floss ($1), Fried Tofu with Sesame ($4.80) and Calamansi with plum ($2)

Opted out of the milk in the soup to taste the original flavour, but sadly the broth fell a little short of my expectations. The fish flavour was not very strong but if you love garlic oil, you will love this. Many small pieces of garlic on the soup, which made the soup really fragrant. Fish slices were fresh and sweet, but quite little 🥺 think there were only 5-6 slices.

The fried tofu was really delicious, slightly crispy on the outside, and perfectly silky and tender inside. Was a tad bit oily though. With the sesame sauce (tasted exactly like Kewpie’s), it really complemented the flavour 😛

Calamansi with plum (not pictured) was a surprise. Even till the end when most of the ice had melted, the flavour was still very strong. The plum provided a nice, slightly salty aftertaste to the sour calamansi, worth a try!

Bill came out to be $20.40 for 2, which is pretty value-for-money considering a meal in town. We went down at around 3pm, but there was still a queue, which is a testament to the popularity of this place!

8.5/10

Intense prawn flavour with good wok hei. A bit in the salty side but in a good way.

Another must order is the Yong tai foo. Goes well with rice.

The prawn paste chicken is average at best. There are better dishes to order here.

Presenting to you......noodle knot instead of noodle pull. 😅

This place is my go-to for udon. Udon texture was excellent, matches with their flavourful broth very well. Making this udon place second to none in my heart.

Sanuki Beef Egg Udon $11.60

Loved every dish we ordered. What a culinary experience!

You can’t leave this food centre without bringing back home some buns from Serangoon Garden Bakery, selling their famous old school buns.

It seems like this Serangoon Garden Carrot Cake has a long history that they even using the old Serangoon name in Chinese back then.

Gotten the black version, which cooked perfectly and taste good together with the fried egg. $3