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Crispy fried chicken drumstick, fried tofu served with white rice and a soup resembling the taste of mee soto. The chilli is quite essential to bring the flavors together - perhaps the reason why such a large dollop of it is given.

Smooth and slightly savoury.
Minced Pork Porridge that is comfort food for the cool morning.

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We ❤️ their bouncy fish dumpling and fishballs as well as the awesomely fresh prawns (this stall even helped us to peel it, on special request) in this bowl of fishball mee pok [a.k.a. flat egg noodles]. #burpple #burpplesg #stfoodtrending #sgfood #sgeats #foodsg #wheretoeatsg #whattoeatsg

😊 One of my favourite wonton noodles in Singapore at Albert Hawker Centre. The texture of the noodles is nice, al dante.

📍 Location:
Traditional Wonton Noodles
Albert Centre Market & Food Centre
270 Queen Street
Singapore 180270

A must order: deep fried prawn cakes! Highly additive!

$95 for a family of 8! Must order the signature curry dish head! Ordered French beans, sambal kangkong, meat omelette, pork ribs and hot plate tofu!

Umami flavored bowl of soup. However, was disappointed with the sliced fish as it has the “mud” taste.


Carrot Cake (White) ($3) I didn't eat it for a long time. It's first time to try it out and they opened on evening time so I didn't have time to try it out. Since I was on last week for night course, I decided to try it out before my night course ended. It's quite crunchy and smooth texture but the size of carrot cake is quite generous. I felt it's a bit oily for me and but overall it's great preserved radish (chai poh) taste.

Yan Fried Bee Hoon Ordered Bee Hoon ($0.60) instead can be mixed with different fried food. I decided to order chicken wing ($1.20 ea), fish cake and luncheon meat but chicken wings was quite delicious and savoury when served in hot. Great value for simple meal and a lot of people queue for food during dinner time.

At this kinda cooling climate, there are not many foods that could bring you great comfort!

Fish cake is amazing, hae bee hiam is excellent and overall great prices. All these dishes amount to $11.

Sliced fish with cabbage and lala fried with bee hoon full of wok hei smokiness and seafood broth. He Le is one of the must try stalls at bukit timah hawker centre.