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Xiao Long Bao ($8++) - my favourite, must order! The skin is delightfully thin but yet strong enough to hold all the flavourful soup and meat inside

Far from it. It is sloppy, gooey, messy; but it's a delicious mess. And the curry rice here ($5 for mine) is one of the best.
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This generous flood of sauce was a marriage of curry and braise sauce. The result boasted an impressive ensemble of flavours - a harmonic balance of sweetness, fragrance, umami with just a gentle touch of spiciness that kept the dish interesting. It was gloriously thick and clinged onto all the components effortlessly.
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I particularly enjoyed the fried pork chop which was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and paired very well with the sauce. It did get soggy after a while though. Talk about not judging a book by its cover; this curry rice is a textbook example.

It was good. However, the portion was not too big.

Ordered the favorite menu! It was good and the price was affordable.

Ordered butter pork ribs, omelette, and vegetable w/egg, salted egg, and century egg. All foods are good. Worth to try!

When U’re finally not plagued by work and get to enjoy good and affordable dim sum from this newly open stall in the hood😋
Its name is derived from how they charged their food - $1.30 for EVERY item on their menu😍
Totalling up the 6 items ordered, that’s just $7.80 from this 24/7 stall.
Be prepared for snaking (but thankfully fast-moving) Q though.

A spiritual successor to the delicious Sanshoku Chirashi Don, the dish introduces a spicy lobster meat to incumbent rice bedfellows the shiok-ly fiery spicy salmon tartare and marinated diced seafood, with the spicy lobster evoking longings for Hawaiian pizza with its alluringly smoky and meaty, almost ham-like charms. 4/5

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Nice silky congee packed with flavors and ready detailed prepared ingredients. The liver was cut in just the right thickness which gave it a “crisp” texture. No foul smell from any of the ingredients. Initially I found it a little under-seasoned but as I get into the bottom of the bowl, the taste was just right. Every hint of sweet was felt. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 .
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🏠: Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, 335 Smith Street, #02-082, S050335
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⏰: 0700H to 1400H. Closed on Monday.

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