631 Hougang Avenue 8
Singapore 530631

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These two stalls in opposite blocks serve pretty much similar handmade noodles, except the one here is slightly less salty/healthier.

Braised pork belly, deep-fried chicken, tang hoon. I've avoided this stall for years and I'm reminded why. Chicken was so stingy. Tang hoon even I could've cooked better.

From the mlxg stall. It's never a good sign, but non-food first: rude service and long wait. Food: gravy was not bad, but the beef was chopped small and had many unbreakable pieces.

Ordered too much for one pax. Their yam and eggplant were sliced very thin, which improved the texture considerably. Don't waste money on their mutton - so much couldn't be chewed.

A pretty nondescript stall in a coffeeshop right opposite Xin Min Primary School, we had both the normal wanton mee and the pork ribs noodles. Can’t do without extra fried wanton too, cravings satisfied!

I haven't tried this wanton mee despite it being quite near my house, so I decided to try it for breakfast this Saturday morning! The portion size was pretty big for the noodles and I appreciated the little chunks of water chestnut inside the wantons, which was a nice touch. However, as I personally prefer more "eggy" noodles, rather than springy ones, the noodles were not my favourite. But all in all, it was alright!

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