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Two underrated dishes at the appetiser bar. The noodles weren't really udon and more like Hokkien mee or linguine. It was tasty. Meat was quite Chinese and I guess that's a good thing haha.

From the appetiser bar. Eggplant was fantastically umami and how it should be treated. Sweet potato was kinda over-fried but the sweetness helped a lot. Potatoes weren't really seasoned so take them only if you love natural potatoes.

Sweet Potato Salted Egg Pao (forgot the price, around $2~$4)
The salted egg paste inside is actually a bit dry for me, so it depends on your preference, but I love the crispy anda bit salty/sweet taste of the pao! It's not sickening type of sweet and the crispy texture makes it fun to eat.

Rice Roll With Prawn ($3.8)
Swee Choon is famous already and I think it's a no wonder they're famous! It's not that expensive and yet the taste is sooo good and fresh! There's 4pcs i think in 1 portion, and it's so fresh! I love the soy sauce that comes along with it, it's not the sweet sauce they usually serve in Singapore, but the salty Hongkong style and so I love it!

Hmms, am sticking with their signature egg tarts instead! While this was a change from the standard order, it wasn’t a “wow” change. Coconut lovers would love this tho - a tartful of distinct coconut shreds which provided the much desired texture. However, the mouth do get quite tired from all the chewing. I love the buttery crust tho! I think it would have been a better mix if it was more moist than dry.

Prepared with garlic and fish sauce, it turns out a little savoury with saltiness from the roasted pork which goes well with plain rice. Comes with fried garlic sprinkled at the top.

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Chose the clear soup which came moderately spicy, packed with flavours and tanginess. The portion and ingredients is good enough to share among 2 pax.

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One of the most common street food found in Thailand that usually comes with chopped long beans, onions, oyster sauce, chili padi and basil leaves. Except being a little salty else everything went well and pairs well with plain rice.

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First time here for their $9.90 hotpot! Both the chicken and mala soup are of good quality and doesn't leave you thirsty like some msg soup does. The ingredients served were also fresh and an extremely generous portion for $9.90++

Free sauce before 4pm on weekdays!

Special mention for the chewy handmade noodles 🍜

For the price, the quality is definitely worth it.

We waited 25 mins for a table during weekday lunch.

Will definitely be back!

Seven Wonders Ramen: $7.80

The Seven Wonders Ramen was a surprising delight with the sweet chilli adding a wonderful depth and dimension that made my tastebuds sing. Though the ingredients were a little cold and the minced meat with ginger had an odd taste, the noodles were delightfully springy and tasted very authentic. The soup itself had a strong but pleasant spicy ginger and garlic kick that had me craving for more!

Overall: 4.2/5 🍜😋

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Visiting Lau Wang Claypot Delights has became one of my family’s weekly affair. We were all impressed by the claypot dishes, and the generous portion yet pocket friendly food! It is especially shiok to enjoy them while they are sizzling hot with a bowl of plain rice!