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Laksa (S$6.50)
Wednesday special at @empressporridge
Packed with chunks of chicken, prawns, slices of fish cake, bean curd puff, and hard boiled egg.
Very filling.

I like the noodles here, firm to the bite, somewhat al dente. The braised gravy/soup was also quite thick and flavourful. Reasonable portion of ingredients too.

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Ordered the spicy pork broth ramen and the broth was really thick and spicy! Really recommend if you love spicy food. Also love the interior of the place, added a nice touch to the ambience!

Come to this simple, old-school fish soup shop along Beach Road (just across from The Concourse) for a comforting bowl of Mixed Fish Soup ($6). What's great about this spot is the option to have your fish soup with Yi Mian, an unsual pairing that works so well. While the fish here isn't the very best, the milky soup served with crispy ikan bilis and spinach is what you're here for. Prepare to wait for 15 minutes at lunch hour. Pro-tip: order an portion of fried egg wisps ($2) for you and a friend to share.
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Service was prompt and pleasant. Had original king with level 2 spiciness, food was good and portions were generous especially with the char siew toppings. Soup was a little too thick for my preference but would recommend it to those who like thick broth

Would recommend this place to people who enjoy their ramen with a thick broth. The slices of pork given was generous. Staff was attentive and attended to our needs.

If you are particular about the way you want your ramen to be done, ramen nagi offers some degree of customisability. Thumbs up for effort!

Absolute favorite prawn noodles in Singapore!!!!

Get both types of soup to try: one is slightly spicy while the other is herbal. Perfect for rainy and cold days

Perfect for rainy days and cold weather. All plates are at $3.30++ and this bowl of goodness always gets wiped out completely. Super addictive and fulfilling. A nice change from traditional Chinese hotpots. Best to come before 6.30pm as the queue starts forming after that.

Highly recommend the tomato soup and mushroom soup. Good quality and no-frills Chinese hotpot.

Wholesome and satisfying Korean army stew that comes with generous amount of cheese! Not too spicy so it’s perfect for non-spicy eaters.