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Pretty salty yong tau foo but if you want something convenient and average, this is it.

Chicken cutlet, sliced potato, cabbage. This chicken can eat all day any day.

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16 Apr’19, Tue⛅️⁣
📍Koufu (Sengkang General Hospital)⁣
- Wholemeal Lotus Seed Paste Bun🍞⁣
- Kopi’o kosong☕️⁣

Decent Kopitiam black coffee, healthier option of the sweet lotus seed paste bun!😋

Damage: $2

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Beside the now famous Korean food stall here, there’s also this Malay food stall that you should check it out also.

Serving all the Malay cuisine and among them I find this interesting. The Mee Bandung is not the drink you thinking of.

It is a noodle soup base with spicy homemade shrimp paste and tomato. The taste was sweet base and definitely interesting to try it out. $5

Available at the drinks stall. Not authentic but passable lah.

From Old Bugis Kway Chap. This dish is basically a gooey version of kway topped with the usual kway. A bit sour and the pig skin was tough, but overall very good.

Grab x go snacks.
咸煎饼 蝴蝶结
Ham chim peng x butterfly bun.
Chewy fluffy texture with sesame seed fragrance.

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What are your must-haves for Mala? It’s been more than 3 months since I last had this Mala Xiang Guo from Joyful Paradise, possibly one of the best finds in the West. Generally cheaper than average, and you get to enjoy a free-of-charge base. This stall is known for its extensive selection of fresh ingredients, but do also be cautious when selecting the level of spiciness as they are pretty generous with the dried chili and Sichuan peppercorns. That being said, I’ve heard from many who felt that they have calibrated the spiciness to locals’ preference, so you’ll be fine unless you decide to take a leap of spiciness to the highest.

#savefnbsg #loveyourlocalsg

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Social media power is real. Previously this Korean food stall won’t attract much crowds until recently there’s post sharing about this stall at Blk 136 Marsiling Road.

Today I went and realised it has a long queue in front. So decided to support this Korean family business with their kimchi fried rice.

Definitely going to try the rest on their menu.