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10 Tebing Lane
Singapore 828836

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12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

09:30am - 10:30pm

09:30am - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

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Fried Chicken Bowl & Cream Sauce Eggs from @fatposg - #throwback to this super satisfying meal after cycling around Punggol! Fried chicken leg was so juicy and tender + that piece of fried enoki was a real guilty pleashre. Love the ambience here and most of the dishes came with a fusion twist. Will definitely be back to try the rest of the menu!

But when the 2nd dish came, it was kind of disappointed when I saw a fly inside which turn me off 😪 the service is kind of disappointing as well as they didn’t apologise when I 1st reported the incident..

I was super excited when looking through the menu and indeed the bolo you is a must try 😘

The food here far exceeds our expectations and is simply a gastronomical sensation!! Do check out if you're in punggol!

Some dishes to highlight:
Assam Laksa that won with the smokey and fragrant heibihiam Assam taste, with punchy garlic bits ($18)

Harcheongkai burger (back) nestled in between bolo bun. Massive, crisp, juicy chicken thigh nails it. More burgers should be done with the buttery polo bun. The buns are baked freshly here everyday

Thank you fat Po 🐼

This dish, Grilled Squid in Nyonya Sambal and Mozzarella Cheese, is essentially a 'zhng up' version of the Sambal Sotong that we usually order at tze char stores. Stuffed with mozzarella cheese, the squid was carefully scored and the sambal flavours really came through. The spice level was not overpowering, and you can taste a hint of sweetness within. The addition of cheese was great, though it didn't seem to help with the flavours. Nonetheless, the squid was really tender and chewy, and I wouldn't mind ordering a second serving.

Was attracted to this Mapo Fries as fried tau-kwa strips were used as 'fries' in place of the average Joe that is potato. Sadly, unlike its very interesting description on the menu, this dish failed to stand out in terms of taste. Quite possibly the most underwhelming dish of the night, the Mapo Fries also features mapo ragu and grated cheese spread over the beancurd strips. The key ingredient of this dish, the tau-kwa strips, were overly dry and hard, while the cheese didn't seem to play any part in the dish. However, the mapo ragu was tasty. The flavours of the bean paste were distinct, and every bite faintly reminded me of mala. My friends and I paired our fries from the Har Cheong Chicken Burger with the mapo ragu instead, as an attempt to salvage the dish.