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A cross between local and PRC. The bags were big compared to most local wantons. These and the soup were both okay.

It’s good but nothing too mindblowing. An honest chicken rice meal.

Biang biang refers to the thick noodles similar to the local mee hoon kway, except they're served much longer. I never liked very thick noodles so eating this was kinda off-putting. The seasoning was quite yummy though. Together with the ingredients it's a homey dish.

Biang biang refers to the thick noodles similar to the local mee hoon kway, except they're served much longer. I never liked very thick noodles so eating this was kinda off-putting. The spicy and sour soup was quite sharp.

A plate of really affordable and decent hor fun from the chicken rice stall (Yummy Chicken is the stall name if I’m not wrong)!!! Sauce is a mix of sweet and salty, but not overpowering. Hor fun has a good texture to it. Portion is huge considering that this is only.. $2.60. You can pair the hor fun with either lemon chicken, steamed/roasted chicken or even wanton!

$2/piece - affordable but not exactly cheap for the size. It’s kinda small, with a few peanuts sitting atop the UFO and 1 oyster within. Thankfully, it wasn’t exactly doughy, with a decent amount of minced meat within. Unfortunately it was a little too “fried” for my liking - the dark drown colour kinda sends vibes of reused oil. It was also too salty for my liking - both the dough and the minced meat could do with less salt. Perhaps the dark brown colour of my UFO wasn’t a result of ‘recycled’ oil but rather, soy sauce (?) I wish there were more cilantro greens to balance out the savouriness of this pancake!

At $10/bowl, this certainly isn’t the cheapest in the hawker but definitely one of the must-tries, especially if 3 uncles ahead in the queue (seemingly HOBOs of the hawker centre and the precinct) ordered the same. It was a blessing in disguise that the cheaper items on the menu that I’d budgeted to try were sold out! Crayfish were succulent, juicy and peeled off the shelves very readily! Prawns were peeled - so much ease to just pop a pump one into your mouth!

WOW. Serving was amazing the beef was sooooo thick and big but then of course its 350g HAHHA but werf!!!! Texture is slightly more similar to chicken breast and less fatty compared to the ribeye

Rating: 7.8/10

Verdict: nuubbbaaad

Tried the NZ ribeye (200g) with mac and cheese & onion ring sides

Tbh, the ribeye was alot fattier than I expected and preferred but I guess the fats gave it flavour. Mac and cheese was nice!!!! And generous serving while onion rings are just onion rings

Rating: 7/10

Verdict: for affordable steak this place does its job!

😊 Chwee Kueh (S$2 for 4pcs) at the chinatown branch of the popular Bedok Chwee Kueh. I like the texture, its soft and smooth. The chai poh is tasty as well. Its a bit oily but worth it.

Chinatown Complex Food Centre
(Stall 02-42)
335 Smith Street
Singapore 050335

A really good bowl of sundubu ($8)! It doesn’t look like much, but the bowl is deep and chock full of ingredients. It comes with an array of seafood and the requisite tofu & egg! Would love if it was a tad spicier, but this was very satisfying.

Was craving korean and remembered this place! Prices have increased but the food remains good. The pork bulgolgi ($9) is tender and lightly spiced. Each set comes with a choice of sides! Found the anchovies a little too salty but the kimchi is delish and sour.