335 Smith Street
Singapore 050335

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That's some Malay stalls in the Chinatown Complex Market & Hawker Centre like this Warung Soto which sell Malay dishes like Mee Soto in the morning for $3.

I like their fu zhou fishballs because it really a big one and don't forget to request for more Ikan Bilis. $3.50

eventually, settled for fried kway teow that seems more reliable. skilful, there was a short queue, it was operate by a couple - one doing the cooking and the other settling everything else, and the wok and other surfaces had a visible layer of grease on it to suggest business was probably good. 😌 I thought it was not bad but my friend say not nice la. 😟

There are 2 stalls in Chinatown Market selling Japanese cuisine. If you looking for something more simple, Don&Udon is the stall you can looking forwards. For $4, you get a bowl of Teriyaki Chicken with rice and Miso Soup.

We were in for a treat as we tried out 16 different dishes, ranging from simple one meal dishes such as hor fun to items meat for sharing such as satay!
For me, the obvious winners were the Char Kway Teow & Har Cheong Gai (Prawn Paste Chicken). Generally, most CKT are pretty oily, but packed with so much flavor from the cockles & Chinese sausage. With 7Up, you can wash that all away with one mouth, then proceed on to take another scoop of CKT & slowly finishing the entire portion on your own.
As for the Har Cheong Gai, well, this is a sure win dish too. The lemon flavours within 7Up helps to alleviate the saltiness in the prawn paste batter, making it easy for you to eat your through the entire plate (or two) of HCG.
#Burpplex7Up #7UpBringOutTheFlavour #BurppleSG #Burpple

I actually really liked this despite not being able to try the noodles. The huge fishball was quite bouncy and savoury while the variety of toppings were all q nicely executed

Wow they really have a lot of dishes no wonder they're super mummy haha. Laksa was q bland imo

188 B.B.Q
Flesh was tender and flaky but wow the sambal sauce was really good. More sweet than spicy but still, the decent heat goes so well with the smoky stingray

Crazy hawker feast last night to discover which dishes pair best with 7Up! Filled the tummies up with 16 different hawker dishes + endless supply of the clear fizzy drink, before we all did our final voting using limes and kopi cups. Personal top picks were the Har Cheong Kai, Char Kway Teow and Satay! Thank you @burpple! πŸ™‡πŸ»β€β™€οΈβœ¨ #7UpBringOutTheFlavour

Burpplers chose their top 7 pairing with 7UP!

Which do you think it is? At first glance it looks like Har Cheong Gai might have the winning shot! Can’t wait to hear from the crew who won!



Har Cheong Gai (not in picture): great crunch and flavor. Batter is just nice! 5/5
Xing Long Food Stall – Prawn Paste Chicken $8/portion

Oyster omelette: nice chew and flavor in omelette 4/5
Hokkien mee: not the best, but decent hokkien mee 3.5/5
ε…¨θƒ½δΏε¦ˆε¦ˆ (Super Mummy #02-103) – Fried Hokkien Mee $4/$6, Fried Oyster $6/$10

Satay: fatty and juicy meat skewers. Very delicious peanut sauce 4.5/5
Shi Xiang Satay – Chicken Satay $0.60/stick

All good with 7UP too!



Roast meats 4/5: great crisp and flavor in Siu Yoke
116ηƒ§θ…ŠΒ·ι’ – Char Siew & Sio Bak Platter $40/8 pax portion

Seafood Hor fun 3.5/5: smooth hor fun
Xing Long Food Stall – Seafood Horfun $8/medium

Char Kway Teow 3.5/5: nice caramelized flavor but abit dry. Hum has kind of strong sea taste
Wang Wang ζ—Ίζ—Ί – Char Kway Teow $3/small

Delicious food and good to go with 7UP


Bright lights all set up! All our burpple folks hard at work getting the delicious dinner ready!


Another stall here at the market that sell their food for only $2.50! Look for Jin Hua Fishball Noodle, The amount of fishballs given was generous.

Ikan billis yong tau fu, pork porridge, and yam cake with chee cheong fun. Now to get to the library to attempt to understand some confusing stuff.


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