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I thought it was my mistake for patronising Changi Famous Nasi Lemak at an off peak hour, but after having a rather dissatisfying meal, I checked google reviews and alas, there have really been some issues with standard. Firstly, the whole plate was stale and ingredients were cold. Granted the rice had a decent flavour and the sambal was just right (not perfectly spicy enough though), the entire plate was just lacklustre. Not forgetting how unpleasant the vibe of the whole stall was, I should’ve thought twice and went for the many other options there.


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Google is not updated, this is open in Changi village

Generally they were cooked well, interestingly there's no mutton (as in the muscle) in the soup. The tripe and smoother stomach were both decent in texture, penis was very soft and quite pleasant, ribs were fine, and lamb meatballs not very memorable. The testes however had a very strong stench and wasn't good

Their soup is a very unique thick herbal kind, with this depth that's not from mutton. I didn't like it at all, I prefer clear broths or if it has to be thick, it should be from mutton umami

Overall it's okay, if you stay in the area it might be worth a try, but otherwise very overpriced and not particularly good

From Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin
$2 a bowl of not-so-sweet shaved ice dessert, with canned longan and signature red tea jelly cubes.
Quite addictive actually.


The hottest topic at this moment, chicken meat has been everyone’s discussion over these few days.

So here I am getting myself a plate of Hainanese Chicken Rice from Thiam Kee. Great texture of chicken meat and you wouldn’t complain much about it.

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Another stall at Changi Villlage Hawker Centre that open early in the morning, selling fishball noodle and minced pork noodle.

Situated at the back row, you can find Lai Heng Fishball Minced Meat Noodle stall here.

Pretty much an ordinary and comfort bak chor mee for the morning.

Is been awhile I traveled far to another side of Singapore, came here early in the morning to look for breakfast.

Ganbang Lor Mee is relatively a new stall here, selling a few options of lor mee with different main ingredients.

I wasn’t looking for something heavy for the morning, so I got the fried yam option.

The lor mee was delicious, came with many pieces of fried yam and half braised egg. Do add chili, vinegar and garlic to maximise the taste.

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