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Adding extra oysters was a good choice.

The oysters so plump & fresh, I enjoyed this so much. I have been craving for oyster omelette since the start of Circuit Breaker. Honestly, eating this only makes me crave harder because it’s so good.

Not the usual kind of oyster you see in oyster omelette, they use sashimi grade oysters and the result is awesome.

Pork Chop Set, though not in photo, is pretty good as well, the curry does hit the right spot. But if I can only choose one, definitely oyster omelette.

Available for takeaway & delivery; $10 for Islandwide Delivery(min. $30)

Oyster Omelette M $16
+ Oysters 6pcs $5
Curry Pork Chop Set $6

The chao tar bee hoon was cooked and flatten like a pancake. It has a nice wok hei and crispy exterior while keeping the inside moist and flavourful. There are also fish cake, prawns, squid, vegetables and pork lard hidden in there.

The roasted kampong chicken was their daily special when we called in to order hence we decided to give it a try. It has a crispy skin that’s juicy and moist on the inside. I also like how the overall did not turn out oily.

The deep fried kai lan with pork floss was the second time I had eaten something similar. The kai lan was fried under high heat to give a hard/crispy texture then topped with a generous amount of pork floss that adds some sweetness to the dish. It's like a savoury dish with either a hit or miss among us.

The fried prawn roll (hei zho), made up of mined prawn, pork and vegetables then rolled with beancurd skin was quite nice but sadly they turned slightly sour when we brought them home. Not sure if it has already turned bad before cooking or was it because of the change in temperature. We did call and inform/feedback to them and they were very apologetic about it.

I'm loving the sweetness & richness of this big pot of Fish Head Steamboat. This milky broth includes plum and fried sole fish which enhanced the flavours. You can choose your ingredients for the pot, I chose red garoupa, tofu, cabbage & seaweed! Yummy fresh ingredients they had!

I've also ordered their Salted Egg Yolk Prawns & Seafood Fried Rice too! .

They're currently offering FREE Islandwide Delivery for orders with a min spend of $50. Pick up your orders to get up to 15% off.

Check out the menu & order from here:

Rating: 💋💋 (Good to Try)

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I initially wanted to get from New Ubin Seafood but was instantly put off by the exorbitant $18 delivery fee and $2 packaging fees. The fees for that alone is absolutely daylight robbery and almost costs as much as my food. Moving onto the next option in the list is the trusty Hong Kong Street chain of zichar stalls, which are priced affordably and tastes yummy too. In the end, I got the usual suspects of coffee pork ribs, sambal kangkong and a fried rice.
📍Hong Kong Street Jia Kee Coffeehouse
144 Tampines Street 12, Unit 01-400, Singapore 521144

Practically swooned over my favorite sambal stingray grilled on banana leaf. Ultimate shiokness!
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One of the few zichar stalls that cook the prawn version of Hokkien mee on top of the black version. When so, it's usually good, especially the wok hei. This was also the wettest I've eaten. It had a layer of gravy. Rare too were the good prawns and sotong.

@WhampoaKeng is offering free island-wide delivery with a min order of $50.00. Enjoy 15% off for pick up orders.
Some of their Signature includes
1️⃣ Fish Head Steamboat Soup (Red Garoupa)
2️⃣ Marmite Pork Ribs
3️⃣ Specialty Food Street Tofu
4️⃣ Claypot Indonesian Style Chicken
Visit for the delivery menu
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SUM KEE FOOD has always been one of our favourite Chinese Zi Char restaurant as their prices are affordable and they have a few remarkable dishes which we enjoys.⠀

Curry Fish Head is one of their ever-popular dish and is one of our fav dish too. They uses fresh Red Snapper and the fish head is relatively big for the price, very meaty. Fish meat is very smooth and silky, with no fishy smell👍🏻. Apart from the fish head, there’s also Tau Pok, brinjal and lady fingers fully soaked in that irresistible signature curry gravy! Curry gravy is very fragrant, not too spicy and there’s also chilli leaves, lemongrass and dried shrimp in it which makes it so delicious! If you love to have more curry gravy like us, you can top up $5 for more curry gravy. If you prefer more veg in your curry fish head you may also top up another $5 for more. ⠀

Very impressed with their food delivery! It’s SUPERB! Food is still very hot when we received them and it doesn’t need to be reheated, yayy! ⠀

🐟 Islandwide Delivery & Pickup available ⠀
📍 Pick Up @ 2 locations: 19 Yung Ho Rd / 2 Telok Blangah Street 31⠀
🌎 Link to order:⠀
💰 $5 Delivery Fee with min order of $38 (exclude Eve & PHs) ⠀

We can never forget about Ban Leong Wah Hoe when it comes chilli crab and tze char cravings. Their har cheong gai is something we would definitely order when we are there and it is still the best prawn paste chicken I have ever had. Chilli crab is still good but not as good as dining in at the restaurant. Not to forget the longevity noodles for the celebrant which comes with pork slices, fish cake, prawns, squid and quail eggs. The vegs however did not turn out well but it's probably because we dabao and it was left there for a period of time.

With circuit breaker still in place, we have to order takeaway meals for a family birthday celebration. It's a different experience though I still prefer dining out to have piping hot and freshly cooked meals. It's more important to stay home and stay safe.

After doing quite a bit of research to find a hokkien mee that is relatively undiscovered, my search led to Warong Kim’s Goreng Delights, which is surprisingly a concept of Kim’s Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee at Eunos. The original outlet is made famous by Mr Tan Kue Kim, who is distinguishable by the photo of him wearing a long sleeve shirt and a gold Rolex watch while frying the noodles. For this branch over at Tampines, Warong Kim’s serves the famous hokkien and other Chinese seafood dishes, all of which are halal-certified. Understandably, many people would frown at the thought that there is no pork lard in this, but if the wok hei and taste is able to trump over the addition of pork lard, I will gladly eat this anytime of the day, as many hokkien men stalls might have added pork lard but the overall taste is far from good. I am thoroughly satisfied from my decision as this takeaway packet of hokkien mee from Warong Kim’s, which is the wetter version, has all the essential elements of a good hokkien mee, from the wok hei to the slurp-worthiness of the noodles. Squeeze in the calamansi for that additional zing and mix in the sambal for a satisfying meal.
📍Warong Kim’s Goreng Delights
51 Tampines Avenue 4, Singapore 520940