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To each his own I guess. I didn’t really think this was delicious as what other reviews said. Perhaps it’s because I’m not such a huge fan of the “taste” of yellow noodles.. no lor Mee for me..

The viscosity of the soup is close to lor mee style and although it was somewhat tasty i probably wouldn’t eat it again. Saving grace was their home made minced meat ball thingy.. which only came with 3 of them. Wished they would give more ingredients too.

Bedok mall lacks a food court, sadly. Encik tan is the closest for their variety.

Hubs was craving claypot rice and hence we ended up here. Warning: chilli sauce is quite spicy, pls refrain from spamming!!

Not as flavourful as your famous claypot rice stalls at for eg golden mile hawker etc but it was not too bad. Rice doesn’t stick to pot easily and there’s the Guo ba too. Just that there’s not much ingredients.

Balestier is not only famous for the Bak Kut Teh, but it’s also a famous street for Tau Sar Piah. Having tried all the tau sar piah along the street, Loong Fatt is still my all-time fav. Hands down the best Tau Sar Piah I’ve ever had! They only have two flavors, salted/sweet tau sar. I preferred the salted tau sar. If you haven’t tried their tau sar piah, what are you waiting for? There’s always a long queue during lunch. Go aft 3 pm, no queue. Lol~

Hands down my most favourite char siew and roasted pork rice place!

At just $3, you get what you see in the picture. The meat were tender and savory while the sauce and chilli perfected it.

It's a must try if you're in the area.

Good Time Carbonara: homemade alfredo sauce, tons of smoky bacon, shiitake mushrooms, and mee pok. Yep you read that right, mee pok in place of pasta. Swapping the noodles doesn’t make the most innovative of fusion food, and while I commend the effort I can’t say it necessarily works. The thing about pasta is that it’s a lot thicker than mee pok, so when cooked right and al dente, it has a nice bite and carries the accompanying flavours well. Unfortunately mee pok’s a lot thinner and even if cooked right (ie not soggy), it’s still really soft and limp and doesn’t add as much texture as pasta. Every mouthful’s pretty much just a lot of sauce without a good contrast. Can’t say I liked the mee pok over regular pasta, but for what it’s worth the sauce is fantastic and they were extremely generous with the bacon and mushrooms.

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Feature one of their signature dish : Lamb Mandi.

Tender lamb served with rice and a special blend of spices called Hawaij..
📍Sanobar Gila Gula.
48 Kandahar St.

Soft, tender and the lemak from the gravy is just yummylicious.

Not forgetting their fried chicken as well. Solid marination and crispy to almost to the bones.
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Their egg fried rice ($5.50) was fried to a nice texture and moistness, with robust whiffs of smoke mixed in. The fried pork chop boasts an immaculate crisp which wraps around tender and juicy meat. The tobiko (+$1) is just icing on the cake.

Dinner at its best with good food and good company
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This is the HKB Soy Sauce Lor Mee which is comprised of noodle with thick gravy, roast meat, egg, fish fillet and a small piece of homemade prawn roll. Worth a try 👍🏻
💲: $8++

Slightly sour from the squeezed lime, tasty bowl of mee siam, complete it with a cup of Kopi.
Available every Monday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday.
Wallet friendly prices.

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This small curry puff cost $1.60 wanted to try the original flavor but they ran out and only had this left. Even before eating it when I picked it up, the crust crumbled a little bit. It was super flaky and buttery and I must admit I dropped crumbs of it while walking. The filling was filled with chicken cubes and onions coated in a black pepper gravy. The chicken cubes were surprisingly tender and the onions gave abit of sweetness while the sauce had a slight spicy kick. Will be back to try the other flavors.