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Commando Dessert (S$2) at Changi Village. Quite a unique name for a dessert. Its actually red tea jelly and longan on shaved ice. Refreshing way to cool down after eating heaty foods like satay. It was not too sweet. This is the one of their signature dessert at this stall.

📍Location:
Changi V. Dessert House (01-08)
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

😊 Yummy Hokkien mee (S$5). Cooked to order, noodles were silky smooth and so flavourful after soaking up the tasty prawn stock sauce. This is the slightly wet kind of hokkien mee, which i like. Delicious and will eat this again 👍.

📍Location:
Changi Village Fried Hokkien Mee (01-53)
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

😍 Time for Satays! Weekend dinner at Changi Village. Its has some charred bits which makes it yummier. Pork satay S$0.70 per stick.

📍Location:
Chong Pang Soon Lee Heng Satay
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

Yummy and big portion at $3.50 ! so filled and alot flavor. Lots of prawns too! Available different price to choose. 😋🤤

Noodles were chewy and moist with the gravy, decent serving of char siew however the three boiled wantons that came with the noodles were quite hard

Deep Fried Wantons were tasty with good filling

Price of Deep Fried Wantons: $2 for 7 pieces
Price of Dry Wanton Noodles: $3.50

Have to admit I'm generally not a Fan of Ipoh Hor Fun due to the sweet sauce but this one here is significantly different and very very enjoyable. The sambal was also pretty strong making it really shiok, and the tinge of sourness means the green chili was not really needed. An Ipoh Hor Fun i would definitely recommend to anyone, even those who are not usually a Fan of it

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