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I'm hungry now as I'm typing this. I like the lor mee here, where there were fresh ​fried sea bream​ meat (Ang Go Li Fish) accompanied with slices of ​braised pork belly​, half a ​braised egg​, ​bean sprouts​, ​parsley​, freshly grinded ​garlic paste​, a dash of ​vinegar​ and ​chilli.. all of which sits atop the thick, ​flat yellow noodles​.
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This isn't a new stall. It first started in the 1980s, but just reopened after an 8-year hiatus. Mr Goh is still using the recipe passed down by from his mother-in-law, culminating in a bowl of yellow flat noodles with signature gravy made from potato starch, chinese herbs and spices.. all left to boil over long hours.
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I first visited this stall because I'm supporting my friend @spadely and his dad's lor mee, and found that I really like it. Give this a try and let me know if you love it too?
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Albert Food Centre
270 Queen St,
Unit 01-53
Singapore 180270
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10am to 8pm (Saturday to Thursday)

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@sgphohouse is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant that open merely TWO weeks! Congrats🤝
(Opening Promo: 20% OFF all day till 10th October 2018)
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Most importantly you dont burn a hole in your wallet 🤭 "Swipe to last to see MENU". Even though if it does 🔥🔥🔥!! This is definitely the place that worth the price and is label as [MUST TRY]😋😋
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I personally would recommend you to try
• Fried Chicken Wings w/ Fish Sauce 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 (Pork Lard is da Bomb💣)
• Grilled Pork Vermicelli (The broth is 😘 is better than many more Fur Fur Fur in this little🔴)
& also • Grilled Fermented Pork
• Sauteed Blood Cockle w/ Garlic (Small Size)
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P.S will go back to try more of their food 😅😅
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📍Address:
SG PHO HOUSE,
774 North Bridge Road,
Singapore (198742)
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☎️Contact:
(+65) 6299 8774
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🛎Opening Hours:
Open Daily
11AM ~ 10PM

I finally found the time to try out Taufik Batisah’s new f&b venture: @chixhotchicken! Helmed as the go-to place for unique Nashville fried chicken, do satisfy your fried chicken craving right here in Bugis! A must-try is their Soul Sliders ($12.90) that comes with 2 buns and the most crispy, juicy, and tender boneless fried chicken ever😫 They topped the sliders with some pickles (that surprisingly went really well with the sliders!), slaw, and pink mayo. Awesome combination! We also tried their Nashville fried chicken wings ($10.90 for 3 wings) and since I’m a wuss, I chose the Mild Hotness spicy level. It was not spicy at all so it’s great for people who can’t really stand spicy food. The chicken was really fresh and the wings were decently seasoned though I would recommend getting their Quarter size for a more worth-it meal. Perhaps a more spicy level would give that additional kick! Pair your meal with their extra thick and creamy Vanilla milkshake ($5.90). Perfect combination 😋

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Pretty impressed with whatever we have had at Motsu-Ya so made a return visit for the other dishes. Opted to go with the special of the day; sautéed pork with caramalised onions, the Buta Shogayaki Don is really delicious — tender pork slices that’s all savoury yet sweet from the caramalised onions atop the pearly short-grained rice. Very simple, very comforting indeed — even the Miso soup manages to impress as well; very well-rounded.

Finally, the stall which started in the 1980s has reopened after an 8-year hiatus. Mr Goh is still using the recipe passed down by from his mother-in-law, culminating in a bowl of yellow flat noodles with signature gravy made from potato starch, chinese herbs and spices.. all left to boil over long hours.
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I loved this, and I found the gravy sufficiently flavoured by the ingredients. What sets this apart from other lor mee is the use of fried sea bream, which I found to have a much better bite compared to shark meat or battered dory used in other lor mee.
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I first visited this stall because I'm supporting my friend @spadely and his dad's lor mee stall, and found that I really like it. Give this a try and let me know if you love it too?
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Albert Food Centre
270 Queen St,
Unit 01-53
Singapore 180270
⏱️
10am to 8pm (Saturday to Thursday)

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Boneless chicken,Slaw,Pickles & Pink Mayo in a buttered bun.

The patty is one of the nicest i ever tasted. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Superb 💯

The portion is just nice for 1 pax even though you saw 2 burgers in the picture. 🤣 Slightly bigger than size of a palm.

Great hospitality and service. 💯
5/5 🌟

3 levels of hotness (Mild,Extra,Insane)
The good thing about getting this is you can mix the level of hotness so you can try all three levels.

As a person who finds Samyang noodle not spicy, the Insane hotness is literally insane. It was super hot! 🔥Try if you dare.

The hospitality and service were superb. 💯
4.5/5 🌟

With the opening of Peppercorn, you can now bring your muslim friends to try this well-loved dish by the Chinese. The setting is interesting, with the typical cafe feels juxtaposed against oriental vibes (there's a wall filled with Chinese dragon door knockers). I personally prefer my mala drier, so the soupier version here didn't quite appeal to me. It also isn't very fragrant. However, I do like the scallion oil noodles that were coated in a sweet-savoury sauce - a good balance to the spicy-numbing mala pot.

The ingredients here are charged by weight, so pick wisely!

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The fried chicken portion is so huge and juicy. Good marination of the patty blended into the batter for frying. The fried chicken was delicious too. Definitely will come back to try their nashville chicken.

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Tried a variation of the popular mala hotpot at Peppercorn, 30 Kandahar St. The usual mala hotpot is a dry version, this one comes with a flavorful stock, topped with peppery hot spices. The pepper stays on your tongue, giving the "ma" feeling. As usual, you get to select from a wide variety of ingredients, from meats to fish, tofu, mushrooms, vegetables... The place is cosy and air conditioned.

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