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Ordered some braised duck, celery, lala and tau pok for our late night meal to go with porridge. We just couldn't resist their braised items like braised duck and tau pok as they are always rich in flavour and goes very well with porridge.

The braised duck was soft, tender and it is particularly good with their rich and fragrant braised sauce. I liked that the tau pok braised with a distinct herbal taste - simply tasty. We also love the fresh lala that comes with some spicy flavours to add some punch to our meal.

Price varies with the choices of dishes ordered. Our meal came up to $19.30 with three bowls of porridge.

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Oh wow, I never knew tofu could be so soft, smooth and silky! It had such a soothing mouthfeel. The soup was really very very flavourful, and not spicy at all really. I enjoyed this very much.

We visited on a weekday evening, and it was really packed - we had to wait for an hour in order to be seated. Perhaps because it was the last day we could dine out before Phase 2 Heightened Alert kicked in, hmm.

With the combo, it came with a main meat dish, hot stone rice, and side dishes (the usual korean sides). Pretty worth it as we were using the Fuzzie app which gave us 30% off.

Only downside was that because it was so busy, the side dishes ran out really quickly and we couldn’t get anymore kimchi or seaweed (the side dishes which were refillable). I also sensed that the staff were quite stressed and slightly irritable, they tried their best to ignore me whenever I tried to call them. When they reluctantly came over to take our requests, we only got our requests fulfilled maybe half of the time despite them saying they’d get to it. They weren’t rude though, despite the peak rush period stresses, at least there’s that.

Service aside, food was really good, and that’s the most important part for me! 🥳

This was amazing. The chicken was grilled to perfection and the spicy sauce complemented it really nicely. I liked that it was grilled to crispiness on the outside, while the meat remains really tender on the inside. Tastewise, it was a delicious combination of slightly charred, smoky, salty and spicy. In case you’re worried, it’s not really very spicy, more of a mild level of hotness.

We visited on a weekday evening, and it was really packed - we had to wait for an hour in order to be seated. Perhaps because it was the last day we could dine out before Phase 2 Heightened Alert kicked in, hmm.

With the combo, it came with a Soontofu, hot stone rice, and side dishes (the usual korean sides). Pretty worth it as we were using the Fuzzie app which gave us 30% off.

Only downside was that because it was so busy, the side dishes ran out really quickly and we couldn’t get anymore kimchi or seaweed (the side dishes which were refillable). I also sensed that the staff were quite stressed and slightly irritable, they tried their best to ignore me whenever I tried to call them. When they reluctantly came over to take our requests, we only got our requests fulfilled maybe half of the time despite them saying they’d get to it. They weren’t rude though, despite the peak rush period stresses, at least there’s that.

Service aside, food was really good, and that’s the most important part for me! 🥳

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Generous portion of pig trotters, thankfully it's boneless. The slightly sweet herbal marinade wasn't my thing though. Their beehoon got some bite, it's not the soft wet kind. Prefer the kind where the pig trotter is cooked with the beehoon but can't complain about this

Dabaoed the half chicken pot ($38.80) and prepared the ingredients at home. So satisfying!!

The sauce(oil) was absolutely delicious. One of the best I've had. It's sweet and has a strong kick, infused w umami too.

Sadly the chicken had a decent texture but there's a lot of bones, impacting the experience. Would have been one of the best I've had if they used boneless cuts

A bit late but fyi they don't serve in claypot anymore. That layer of laksa sauce still made it shiok, but maybe psychological, without claypot there's something missing.

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Ngoh hiang @ $5.20

Love the filling in this ngoh hiang, feels very generous and satisfying. Think there's also chestnut inside so there's a bit of crunch here and there. Chili sauce is also very good and goes extremely well with the dish.

Nonya chap chye $5.80

Very delicious dish with an assortment of veggie in the dish. At first I thought they used quite a bit of seasoning to make it so tasty but after finding bits of dried shrimps in the sauce I figured that's what makes this dish so good.

The most expensive dish among the four that we ordered but it's still very cheap and reasonable compared to other tze char places that usually sell their dishes at like $8/10/12 kind of pricing.

Eggplant with minced meat @ $5.50

Love that it comes with so much onions, and the whole dish is quite good and tasty. Except that the eggplant is a bit too mushy and disintegrated and there is very little minced meat.

Probably will skip this dish to try other dishes next time.

Food is prepped quite quickly, shorter than expected waiting time.

Sesame chicken (spicy) - $5.50 (S)

Quite tasty but the sauce is a bit thinner than expected. Not much spice unless when eating with the chilli.

Will want to try other dishes next time.

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Comfort food but I have to say as much as I love them, the rice was slightly dry. Otherwise it's lovely, I particularly love the soft garlic cloves

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