Heard about this Char Kway Teow from Zion Riverside Food Centre and decided to give it a try. I got the biggest portion at $8, which is definitely enough to feed 2. They are known for the wet version of the dish and true enough, the noodles were drenched in the sweet soy sauce. However, I do find that this version is too sweet for me! The cockles were very fresh and huge as well. It is a good plate of Char Kway Teow, but perhaps not worth a long journey just for it.

We got the Oyster Omelette ($6) at the Riverside Good Food stall and it was pretty tasty! The omelette sides were crispy and there were doughy bits within. The oyster pieces were so huge and plump! 😍😍

We also got satay and chicken wings from Chong Pang Huat BBQ Chicken and they were so good 😍 you can really taste the char and the chicken wings we're still juicy within. A great addition!

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