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21 Bukit Batok Crescent
#02-01 WCEGA Tower
Singapore 658065

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Value set rice with fried egg and mongolian fish. The fish is slightly peppery spicy and portion was decent. Egg was slightly overfried but is still a good lunch meal 👍🏼


Sliced beef soak in deep red curry zup! The curry sauce here has got a kick and is definitely not for the faint hearted! The sunshine egg here is a tad fried till too dry tho.

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Sheng mian, direct translated into english is raw noodles. It’s usually an assorted variety of ingredients such as seafood, pork slices and vegetables, cooked in gravy and pour over the crispy noodles. Everyone’s love more but wait, that does not means that everthing must be more just like this gravy here. The gravy is too much that it drenched out the noodles and it is not crispy anymore even when it just served to me. Taste is not too bad but cut some slacks on the gravy and is all good for me 👍🏼


Zichar stall in Bukit Batok industrial area. The curry really got the kick! Those who are not so good with spicy food, beware! Very substantial for a lunch meal, good price at $5 for a everyday’s meal.

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It’s been quite a while since i patronised and here it goes again. Feeling generous that day hence i ordered the salted egg pork rib. Pork rib is deep fried before stirfry with salted egg sauce. This is way better than the chicken one that i ordered previously. At least i can taste the salted egg sauce from this dish. Topped with a fried egg, what a protein-packed dish!

Located within an industrial complex, this place may be a little out of the way but it’s definitely worth the drive! We ordered a range of dishes, from fried rice to Lala white bee hoon, fried pork to French beans, but my favorite dish would have to be the salted egg prawns. The prawns were large and juicy (and peeled!), and the salted egg yolk batter was not too thick or cloying. As one who isn’t the biggest fan of salted egg yolk, this was the perfect combination for me. The skin was crisp and not soggy even after being left out so it’s definitely worth ordering! Overall, the portions were big and the prices reasonable (and they have free ice cream for you to choose from after your meal!)