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😋👍Savoury glutinous rice topped with lots of fried shallots and peanuts (S$2).

This stall specialise in glutinous rice and sells sweet and salty version. I prefer the salty version. Nice rice texture and not too oily. Best to go early in the morning to eat this before its sold out. This is one of the breakfast option in this big food centre.

📍Location:
Millennium Glutinous Rice (02-092)
Chinatown Complex Food Centre
335 Smith St
Singapore 050335

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And you know why this charkueyteow place has long queues at Chinatown Complex (imo one of the best kopitiams around). You can smell the char and wokhey around the stall, and they whipped this dish that: soft QQ kuayteow and beansprouts, extremely juicy clams. Not too oily and it's on the wet side.

$3 for regular, wished we went for the bigger one at $4. The queue never stopped.

This stall is near the escalator

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😋❤ Roast pork belly rice for dinner in Chinatown. The sio bak skin was sooo crispy! The rice drizzled with sweet sauce plus cucumber at the side and comes with soup. Overall not bad, would eat again 👍. This stall also sell side dish like vegetables. Must eat veges 😛.

📍Location:
335 Hong Kong Roasted Meat (Stall 02-181)
Chinatown Complex Food Centre
335 Smith St,
Singapore 050335

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❄🍧Ice Kachang topped with some sweet corn. Great in this hot weather 😤. Ice kachang is shaved ice with colorful syrup flavouring.

📍Location:
Chinatown Complex Food Centre (Stall 02-183)
335 Smith St,
Singapore 050335

Fish porridge

Indeed like what the signboard says - this is a yummy bowl of homemade goodness.

I like how the porridge is just lightly flavoured and the grains still maintain a nice bite . It’s really like something that would come from my mum’s kitchen just that we save the hassle of cooking and washing up .

The fish slices are fresh and plentiful .
And what better than a bowl of fish porridge with thinly sliced ginger for this sweltering and unbearable weather .

You don’t see Long queues forming but you do see quite evidently that people who come are the regulars who are mostly grey haired uncles and aunties - whom probably have been eating here since the 1960s 😊.

This bowl of porridge just brings this comforting warmth to my tummy - very soulful .

This was so good. Sour, spicy, sweet... all in one! Haven’t tried Assam with chicken before & now I’m a convert. The homemade ngoh hiang was amazing as well. Full of flavour & texture and you can really taste the fresh ingredients. Must try!

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