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Bun was fluffy and soft, fillings were quite standard. A pretty good deal for the price - sometimes it goes down to an even lower price during Flash Deals too.

We visited on a weekday evening and there was about 1-2 people in the queue, wait was not too long.

Simply the best in Yishun !!!
Worth the 1 hr queue on a Saturday morning

Prices are kept low and the main reason for the superb gravy is because they used a lot of hi bee hiam

A very tasty bowl of noodles! It isn’t as spicy as it sounds, the mala is more of a subtle accent to the dish. It tastes very similar to dandan noodles with the minced pork and chilli oil. Noodles were of great texture and quality. I enjoyed it.

Worth it with the Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 deal!

“Wanton mee of very good quality”, or “atas wanton mee”, is probably how I would best describe this tasty bowl of noodles. The texture of the noodles were great, and the pork collar was roasted nicely. Everything tied together really well and I would say that it was a very yummy bowl of noodles.

Probably the most expensive bowl of wanton mee I have ever bought, but I definitely got what I paid for. Very worth it with the Beyond 1-for-1 deal!

Quite like toast box’s banana cake.

Could do with less sugar but at least it was moist and not too much of that fake banana essence .

Looking more elegant on my nice white plate and own tea cup 🤣

Pretty good. Everything same as normal fried rice except theres a sauce now. Shanghainese tend to lean towards sweeter taste profiles but theirs was mostly salty. Not sure if it qualifies as shanghainese but it's worth a try(if slightly on the pricey side)

The soup was nourishing and it's no wonder they're famous for their soup. The execution on the meat was textbook. Muscle wasn't as good but u can tell they did their best, the meat was naturally slippery and slightly chewy. Portion was generous too

The gelatinous parts though, utterly amazing. Some parts had a pig trotter texture, while others lean slightly to pig skin.

If you're open minded this is some stellar stuff, think it surpasses my grandma's haha and turned me into a convert

Although Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak stall focus on their nasi lemak variety, many people actually come for their fried radish cake.

From $3.50 for the small size like this, you could already enjoy it a lot; especially to wok hey taste as it only fried upon order.

The more I eat it the more I miss Penang, as the taste pretty similar.

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I know there’s already a few stalls here that sell nasi lemak, but Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak at level 2 is worth trying as well.

They do have lots of choices that you can choose from. For $4.50, you get a decent plate of nasi lemak with chicken wing.

The first bite of the chicken wing felt like I was having KFC chicken, pair well with rest of the ingredients such as the sunny side up egg, peanuts, ikan bilis and the achar. The chilli sauce was definitely generous and taste really great with the lemak rice.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! They totally nailed the rice to filling ratio!! AND IT IS SWEET 😭💕💕💕

Not even kidding when I say the filling literally BURST into your mouth when you bite into it. It can be a little too sweet though. But I did enjoy the omph moment when the ondeh ondeh burst 😂

Thin yet not easily breakable skin. Very aromatic coconut. They rly have the best kueh :")