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The old stalwart still does it best. That wonderful crunch, the super yummy marinade. And doesnโ€™t it look just beautiful! Even good dabao. Doesnโ€™t come cheap though

Had high hopes as it was one of their signature dishes. However the salted egg sauce didnโ€™t survive the wait of 20 mins before I could eat it. Solidified and was wierd

Finally tried SBCD @sbcdsingapore and I must say, although the price point was high, the food quality served was excellent.

The LA Galbi Combo Meal ($42.90) may be expensive, but the amount served can fit about 2 average eaters. The LA Galbi itself was the show stopper, as the meat was so well seasoned and grilled. With a good smokey flavour, the meat was tender and succulent and I loved the sweet and savoury marinade used. Absolutely excellent! The tofu stew that comes with it is of a smaller portion than ordering it by itself, but it was definitely flavourful and very comforting. The seafood was very fresh!

We also got a Korean Seafood Pancake ($27.90) which was thick but crispy on the outside and fluffy within. A good sharing dish but I wished that there were more seafood ingredients used!

The side dishes served were all excellent, especially their kimchi which wasn't too sour and had a satisfying crunch. I was surprised to see a whole fish served as a side dish as well!

Definitely a good Korean food place to visit once in a while!

Surprised by how modern the shop was when I visited Geylang Claypot Rice. It was clean, aesthetically pleasing, and honestly, an attractive place for tourists to patronise. Went on a Friday night and managed to be seated immediately, although as with all claypot rice, they warned us that a 30 minute wait is necessary.

The claypot rice was served the classic way, hot and mixed right in front of you. This claypot rice has a good amount of ingredients for its price - chicken, sausages, and salted fish, all of which is a must have for me. The chicken was not as juicy as Iโ€™d like it to be and the chilli on the side didnโ€™t give that nice punch with the savouriness of the rice. But I enjoyed the texture of the rice and the bits of salted fish that youโ€™d get. In all, Iโ€™d think itโ€™s a good place to satisfy your claypot rice cravings because of how accessible and affordable it is!

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First time at Sin Heng Claypot Bak Koot Teh, even though I have walked down Joo Chiat Road so many times for my entire life!

Saw some crowd at this food place so we decided to give it a go!

What we ordered:
-Bak Kut Teh (medium for $15)
-White Rice ($1): We wanted yam rice initially, but it was already sold out
-You Tiao ($2.50)
-Lime withe Prune Drink ($2)

The bak kut teh soup was a dark brown colour, however the tastes is not the herbal kind, but more of the pepperish kind, quite similar to songfa bkt i must say! The soups here are also refillable, and they give so much at one go (so much more than song fa)! Enjoyed the meal here!

Looking for place to dine solo? Well, fear not! At Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye Steamboat Buffet, your hot pot experience is all about warmth and unlimited delights, BBQ included for an extra $3 no matter you eat or don't eat. Whether you're a voracious eater or planning to take it slow, the joy of hot pot awaits you. ๐Ÿ˜

For lunch ($19.80++) there might be a few unavailable dishes, but come dinner time ($26.80++), the entire menu is at your disposal. Remember, you have a 90-minute time limit to savour the feast.

To place your order, just whip out your trusty smartphone, and scan the QR code on your table. From there, pick your dishes, press send, and let the kitchen work its magic. Drink fountain, sides counter are also provided.

Now, let's talk soup base. I'd recommend the herbal chicken or pork bone soup; they're top-notch without any extra cost. If you're into some spicy excitement, dive into their mala broth.

Are the dishes any good? Well, it's a bit like being your own chef here. ๐Ÿ˜… Feel free to mix and match your condiments to your heart's content.

Wrap up your delightful meal with some fresh fruits, desserts, or pastries. ๐Ÿค—

And here's a tip: Book through @eatigo_sg to enjoy up to a fantastic 50% discount during selected timings. What a steal! ๐Ÿ˜Ž
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๐ŸšฉYi Qian Ling Yi Ye Steamboat Buffet, 930 Yishun Ave 2, Northpoint City South Wing, B1-184, Singapore 769098
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We went to the JEWEL outlet - Tanyu Exclusive. They have a free flow jelly dessert which you can pick and choose the condiments. Free when you leave them a google review.

Broth was really good. Companions loved it and staff were in the ball to constantly top up the broth. Sides were not great sadly. The bbq golden mushroom was quite bland and very disappointing.

Review on IG @canihaveabitepls

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This place was recommended by one of my foodie friends! While I donโ€™t particularly like steamboat, I found myself really enjoying the food at this one, as the soup base (signature soup base) was tasty, the service was good, and the food we ordered came fairly quickly.

Would recommend this place; the prices were still fairly reasonable although just a little bit to the expensive side - we spent about $50/pax.

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This is the $15 portion.

Comes with 4 prawns there may seem "huge", but wasn't. Chilli was great. Lots of lard and fried onions mixed into the bowl of beehoon/kway teow.

Prawns were fresh.

Soup was good, but not necessarily the best I ever had.

Next time just get their normal prawn mee, the size is almost same. And cheaper

5 small prawns> 4 King prawns

Portion also not worth the $15.

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Choice of noodles: Mee pok, Mee kia, Kway tiao (sadly no more Mee sua)

Dried (personally more appetising) version with dark soy, chilli, shallot/็Œชๆฒนๆธฃ oil sauce mix. Clear broth with lots of seafood flavour and rich in ingredients like prawns ๐Ÿฆ, fish maw, thin strips of homemade ngoh hiang.

Freshest sprigs of romaine lettuce bathing in a sauna of fish soup with floating fish ball, minced pork, fish, lean meat and mock abalone slices.

Though thereโ€™s only 1-2 pieces of each item, the wide array leaves one feeling full and satisfied by the end of the meal. The soup though not as rich as certain styles of fish soups is tasty enough to make one sip the bowl dry.

Crispy crust with tender meats
Pairs well with the soupy meal

Orders and payment via QR code online (probably implemented after COVID-19):
https://order.laojiangsuperiorsoup.com/?StoreID=5f1f721c-68e1-4fe8-ae0e-f0921c2dbf3c&Service=PickUp&lang=EN

They are back with their claypoooots (only on weekdays)! But that said, the taste seems subpar than how it used to be

Still creamy but lacking on the spice punch (chili sauce is readily available tho) and gravy is a bit watered down

Queue can still get long, while service is tad bit slow

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๐Ÿ“ Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Laksa
120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, 01-75 Alexandra Village Food Centre, Singapore 151120

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