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One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves the ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves to makan on ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves to makan on ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast.

A must-try at London Fat Duck 🦆 has got to be their Signature London Roast Duck ($58.80 whole; $30.80 half; $18.80 regular)! 💯
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Tender & moist duck meat with that perfectly crisp skin & fats beneath that melts in your mouth instantaneously - just who can resist this treat! ❤ Just look at that perfect golden-brown skin glistening under the light - are you salivating yet? 🤤
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They use a quality, special breed of Irish Ducks with a great taste profile of meat & substantial amount of quality fats under the skin. 💕 Enhanced with their Hong Kong chef's secret duck roasting technique & heritage recipe, you are guaranteed a mouthwatering treat everytime! ✔ Remember to dip some plum sauce! 😋😋😋

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Having been to a couple of BTK outlets, I must say the new one at Century Square has the cheapest price point prolly cos of its heartland location!

While the main egg was undercooked (egg whites still disturbingly clear and runny), taste was great and generous for the price. This dish fed three girls easily.

This cost around $40 (for about 3-4 people), it's pricey for mala but the taste and quality is pretty good. The taste is more of "la" and less "ma" (less peppercorns) though.