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From the Mini wok stall. $5.80. The saucr is really good, makes the whole meal better. Chicken meat is alright, just not as tender.

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If you didn’t already know, Malaysia Chiak is now at Level 2 of Westmall.
I grew up eating loads of Malaysian food so of course I had to try this place!
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I love Malaysian style Char Kway Teow.. I can never eat SG’s CKT because it’s too sweet for me.
This Penang CKT is quite good; the texture of the noodles and taste is nearly there. However it is lacking in fragrance (probably not enough pork lard in this) and that little bit of spiciness.
Plus where are my cockles ☹️
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Read the rest of my review on my blog ;)
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Rate: 3.9/5🌟
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Not bad, but I have had better elsewhere #burpple #burpplesg #marsilingteochewfishsoup

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Cheap prata that is heated on the spot, the curry is great just that the serving is too small. Got the keropok by request and everything is great just that its not enough.

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Wooh! Just look at that moist hokkien mee. Chap chap ah. 😋Noodles absorb well with broth, ingredients use were fresh. With that sambal to add in an extra kick.
Simply tastisfying for a fan of wet hokkien mee.
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Why? If you want to know it.
Exactly one month ago,
It was a normal weekend like any other day; just that I need to go to work.
Yup... Work.
That day, the crave for hokkien mee is strong & also meeting crew over there to cab together. Before meeting them, I went to this hokkien mee store which is beside Shun Feng Crayfish Delight. It seem to me like had change owner or is I too long no go there eat liao & wanted to try.
So I 打包(takeaway) & go meet them liao. Once in cab, I enter the front seat and place my hokkien mee on the mat. On the way, the smell is tempting me & making me larry d hungry.
Ah Ha! You might have guess correctly by now. Indeed, once I left the cab, I forget to take my hokkien mee.😭 Donate to the cab uncle liao.😂 Got to dream of you liao.
You must be wondering why I don't want to go back again the next few days or weeks. Because I just came back recently from a month of work out at sea meeting King Neptune & his crew.😅
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🚩Broadway Coffee Shop, Blk 848, Yishun Street 81, Singapore 760848
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Located at Tampines Mall, check out this new place opened by food junction. I personally like this pasta and you can also check out the prata stall there!
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Sushi popiah ($3.5)

I prefer this as this has more crunchy vegetables. A interesting twist to the normal popiah.

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Salted egg prawns popiah ($5)

Quite a big portion for popiah. Subtle salted yolk taste.

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The nasi lemak($1) is hot, but the rest are not...chicken cutlet ($2) is great, not so much for the luncheon meat($1.50)

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Taking the road less travelled to Bukit Batok. Our table of plenty consisting of the popular stalls (blk 155 bukit batok east)(yes.. we googled). Big prawn noodles, hokkien mee, roasted duck, assam laksa, charsiew and crackling pork belly. Hits and misses. But unanimously agreed that hokkien mee was the best tasting. Next was the duck which was aromatic with a hint of mixed spices.
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A fun start to our hop with awesome company @ivan_teh_runningman
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Date visited: 19/5/2018 (Sat, 8pm)

There were quite a number of orders ahead of me. A few people were standing around, probably to takeaway their food.

Western BBQ uses a wireless paging system. So, after ordering my food, I just had to wait at my own table in comfort.

Waited for about 40minutes before I went to collect my chicken chop. If you request, the stall will gladly add their special garlic sauce - which is meant for their pork chop- to your chicken chop. No extra charge.

Unfortunately, by the time I collected my food at 8:40pm, my favourite (old-school) butter bun was out of stock. I love their old-fashioned butter bun because it was something I always had when I was young, thus it never fails to ignite a sense of nostalgia in me. Was sorely disappointed.

Their signature sauce packs a wallop! It is garlicy, savoury, yet somewhat sweet. If you don't like the 'spiceness' of garlic or tasting sweetness in your savoury food, then this is not for you.

The serving size of their chicken chop set (with two sides- fries & coleslaw) is quite substantial for an Asian lady with an average appetite. After all, they use a whole chicken leg for their chicken chop.

I enjoyed my dinner; the chicken was perfectly cooked; the fries and the coleslaw were good too; but I felt like I surfeited on (highly-flavoured) food. Part of the reason I was surfeited could be because of the sweetness of the sauce.

I couldn't finish my fries though if I had the butter bun, I would have saved it for breakfast the following day.

At $6, the chicken chop is very good value for money for a good dinner.

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