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This reminds me of old school porridge. Thick, gooey yet had a bit of sweetness to the porridge, as comforting as what grandparents can cook. On top of that, pork balls were handmade and well seasoned.

The medium portion was worth the $8. Many oysters were packed in the omelette. Personally, always prefer the omelette version to fried oyster that has starch. The omelette was fried with pork lard that were crispy giving it that fragrance and crunch. Sinful yet satisfied.

Quite a generous portion of carrot cake. Springy and flavourful chunks, mixed of saltiness and sweetness from the dark soya sauce with hints of garlic.

Char siew wanton noodles

Interesting new stall which replaced the Teochew fishball noodle stall .

Granted that this black mess looked like a mess ( duh...), it was actually petty good char siew . Tasted somewhat like bah Kwa ... hahaha. Meat was tender and had a good fat to lean ratio .

The noodles were springy and without any alkaline taste. Wantons were passable .

I realised Singaporeans like anything that’s cooked with β€œ charcoal β€œ and sounds intriguing- -think charcoal cooked claypot rice , Satay , fishhead steamboat .

Worth a try.


Purchased from Lee Kwang Kee chicken rice stall. Chicken was tender and soft. Best part about this stall is that it provides ginger to go with your chicken whichI am a sucker for. 7.0/10

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This stall has been around 448 market since a decade ago. When I used to stay in clementi, I will eat this once a week without fail.

The curry still as spicy as ever. Shiok.

For only $4


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