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$6.20 per pax after BB

since i took picture might as wells

Would come back its affordable and quite nice

Costs $10 but used Burpple Beyond's 1 for 1

Was really impressed by this. Pork chop was cooked just right, with just a very slight tinge of pink in the middle (relax that's fine). The pork was moist on the inside, and crispy on the outside. Amazing dish. One thing that could be done better would be to change the sauce at the side, perhaps to a sweet soy based sauce (or even plum sauce), because the mayo sauce they provided did not go well with the pork.

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Bought this with Burpple Beyond 1 for 1, which makes this an affordable 2 dishes for 10 dollars. Heard good things about this place and I'm glad they lived up to the hype. It was fried well and seasoned beautifully with the typical Taiwanese popcorn chicken seasoning (most likely with msg, 五香粉, pepper), to give a nice umami kick!

Well I do! I can eat bread 🥯 all day everyday. Just give me a cup of coffee & some sandwich 🥪 & I’m goooood. 😂😍⁣

Tried Fong Sheng Hao’s Spicy Pork Egg & cheese ($6.30) & the spicy sauce was hardly spicy at all. I expected more from the pork slice because it was quite thin & I wished it was marinated more to give it a better taste. Aside from that, eggs were fluffy and bread was well-toasted. ⁣

For drinks, I tried their signature cane-flavored black tea which I had to top up $2.60 for it. It was more on the sweet side but really fragrant and tasty. ⁣

Final Verdict: Average, would visit again if I’m in the vicinity. ⁣

🍽 is at 15 Paya Lebar Rd, B2-04, Singapore 409049⁣

🕰Opens Daily: 8.00-11.00pm ⁣

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First time here for their $9.90 hotpot! Both the chicken and mala soup are of good quality and doesn't leave you thirsty like some msg soup does. The ingredients served were also fresh and an extremely generous portion for $9.90++

Free sauce before 4pm on weekdays!

Special mention for the chewy handmade noodles 🍜

For the price, the quality is definitely worth it.

We waited 25 mins for a table during weekday lunch.

Will definitely be back!

Food was 3/5 - nothing to shout about, but portion was a lot for the 1-for-1 price paid (i mean... look at the pic!!!). Spent ~$18. Couldn't finish the food. Milk tea was on the sweet side. Menu variety is quite good.

From their range of green bean, red bean and taro series, we shortlisted the green bean soup with QQ jellies. We loved the comforting taste of the warm green bean soup while the QQ jellies added a nice funky bite.
Exclusive at the store was also their mango dessert drink which was a hit for the mango satisfaction. Much like a good mango sago but in a drink and it was addictive.

Now, I know, you’re thinking that I’m a clown for paying $18++ for an omelette. But it ain’t just any ol’ omelette, it’s Sun King Ryoriya’s Fried Eggs (omelette)& crab stick with carrots, mushrooms, bamboo shoots & onions. And just like the dish name on the menu, it’s one helluva mouthful.

It’s a majestic mouthful though, as the wonderfully wet omelette was astoundingly addictive and fluffy. There was a nice, light browning on a good bit of the omelette which made the already eggceptional eggs even more sublime. The bamboo shoots & carrots were present to provide a charming crunch to each bite, and every ingredient flawlessly fused together for full flavour fabulousness. Hey, teamwork makes the dream work, right?

Normally I wouldn’t even think to dip omelettes into ketchup, but once that taboo was broken, it was the only way I wanted to polish off this plate of eggy excellence.

Omelette du fromage? Nah, not this time, I’ll rep the Sun King cause he’s also egg royalty.

Ordered 红油抄手, pork rib braised rice and intestine mee sua. Redeemed via burpple and added another ala carte main. The wanton skin abit too thick for my liking, not enough braised meat/ rice abit dry. I like the Intestine mee sua the most, the intestines is braised and well flavoured.

I’ve ordered this dish for 1-for-1 deal ($6.80) because the braised pork rice here looks nice but once you’ve tasted the ingredients, the pork is soft, the onsen egg is delicious and the cucumber acar is just so appetizing.