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There's perpetually a long queue outside so we were lucky to snag a table within 5 minutes when we decided to have an early dinner. The soup was smooth, creamy and sweet, carrying the flavours from the fish and vegetables. The fish, fried just nice. The batter wasn't too thick so it was easy to bite into and overall, it was light and crisp.
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📍31 Tan Quee Lan Street
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The best thing about this is the Crispy Pork Chop. Crispy on the outside and tender inside. The fried rice is just so-so. Their Chili is also a bomb, love it! Definitely worth the try! Will be back again!

Love these thin sliced Fresh pig livers ! 滿滿的美味 😋 .
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Really simple dish but I think I should have ordered the pork chop instead of this lol (I probably made the wrong choice in ordering the unPORKular dish). The chicken comes with lots of fats which is what I hate and there is nothing special about it sobs. The fries are alright and the coleslaw is pretty bitter (like my life lol). But oh wells I shouldn't have such high expectations cause it's really cheap. The place is located in the basement and pretty rundown.... but the auntie is very nice so ok not bad haha.

Located at 31 Tan Quee Lan Street, unit 01-01, Singapore 188117. .
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Curry Sliced Fish, $13.90. Freshly sliced fish stir-fried with onions in curry gravy! We love their thickly sliced fish and that aroma fragrant curry that not only smells so good, but taste so good too! The smell makes us wanna finish the plate so quickly! .
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Decided to give this stall a try. The lady told me the minimum order for the pork belly was $5 and the pig organ soup $4. It was a disappointment as the portion as seen in the picture - that small portion of pork belly cost $5! There wasn’t much offals in the soup either.

so back to islamic down the road again.
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got ourselves a mutton briyani, sambal prawn and mango lasso this time round. same as our previous meal here, rice was quite bland but flavourful after mixing everything together. the mutton was tender and it was not too gamey. i could accept it.
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the sambal prawn tasted very home cooked with a nice seafood aftertaste. mango lassi is your normal sweet mango smoothie to beat the heat. these were enough for the both of us.
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$25 for all 3 items.
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At $40 a crab, it was pretty tasty bbq crabs. But for extra shiokness, add some belachan to the the ‘roe’, and magic happens. Next time, I want to try the plain ones.

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Dubbed Dry Hor Fun at Happy Crab (they can call it whatever they want tbh) and despite not having much of it, was aromatic, flavourful and a must order alongside their BBQ crabs which I will post about soon.

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Mixed fish soup (fried fish and sliced fish) at $8.80, (with rice additional $0.80) Still one of the better fish soups around in Singapore.

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Simple yet tasty pork chop fried rice. $4.50 for plain rice, $5 for fried rice. The pork chop is crispy and well-seasoned. The serving is huge. Fried rice is home-cooked style though without wok hei but it’s acceptable .

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Founder’s did not disappoint with its peppery BKT soup and its tender pork and pork liver. Really enjoyed the mee sua as usual. Staff was attentive and refilled our soup promptly. However the veggie seriously was not well cooked and I had to soak it in the soup to ‘cook’ it further.