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2 Orchard Turn
#B4-03/04 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Fast forward a few years later and the restaurant is back and this time round, they have a space at ION Orchard for you to do takeaways during this period and they even provide delivery when you order via their website at Grandmas.oddle.me and enjoy 10% off your first order when you use the promo code GRANDMAS10 from now till 30 May 2020.

As it is my first time trying out their food, I am not able to judge the consistency of it from the years back but if its similar as before, it is truly a pity that they stopped operations previously. Fortunately, through the perseverance and determination from the restaurant’s stakeholders, they decided to reopen for business again so that we can savour such heritage dishes now. If these recipes are truly lost, it will be such a waste for the future generations. From their relaunched menu, we tasted both their Signature Grandma’s Nasi Lemak ($13.80) and Grandma’s Fried Chicken Nasi Lemak ($13.80), the difference between the both is that the former comes with a curry chicken lemak while the latter is a huge fried chicken leg. Both are served with an aromatic coconut rice, a thick slab of egg and in my honest opinion, an excellent side of sambal ikan bilis that is borderline addictive. I highly recommend you get an additional side of the Sambal Ikan Bilis ($8.90) to pair with your subsequent meals. On the sides, there’s also the Nyonya Chap Chye ($7.80), Tauhu Telor ($7.80) and another star of the menu, the Sambal Sotong ($12.80) which is stir-fried so masterfully that you can taste the wok hei from each bite.
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📍Grandma’s Restaurant
2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, Unit B4-56, Singapore, 238801

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We were recommended the Li Xin Teochew Fishball Noodles at Ion Orchard's foodcourt and ordered both the soup and dry version.

The fishballs are very good! They had a nice bounce and firmness to it, with plenty of fish flavours. 😋

The fish dumplings were equally good. The skin were smooth and flavourful - having being kneaded and rolled into paper-thin consistency from yellowtail fish as well. The minced pork fillings were yummeh too.

Between the soup and dry noodles ($6.90 each) - we prefer the latter with mee pok (flat noodles). The sauce is a mix of chilli, ketchup, oil and vinegar - yielding perfectly sweet, savoury, spicy flavours. The mee pok is served al dente.

The soup version is on the lighter side if you prefer it that way.

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Praised by HungryGoWhere as “one of 12 Best Mee Pok in Singapore” and ieatandeat as “Best Mee Pok in Singapore”, this is in our wishlist for some time. The famous Guan’s Bak Chor mee outlets from their original outlet in Maxwell Hawker have sprung up islandwide. We tried the one at Food opera in Ion Orchard. The stall has a pretty decent queue (not too long compared to Li Xin) perfect for our quick lunch takeaway!! 😜
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You know that it’s Guan’s BCM right away as you will find fish maw. Other ingredients like pork belly, minced pork, a hugh pork ball and pork lard are generous. 🤤 We find the sauce quite little and not as bold as other BCM but we just love the convenience, waiting time and generosity of ingredients.(add $1 for tamago half boiled egg) or go full steam on seafood and pay$10. Stay tuned for more of our fun eats!! 😁🤘

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Yong tau Foo ($6.30)

Price for 7 pieces without rice/noodles. Ingredients are fresh and variety is good. Soup also yummy. Always good!

This is set 2 that comes with half molten egg. ($6.80)
Personally I really prefer Ah Guan @maxwell before they started branching off into foodcourts. Nonetheless the mee pok is still Q and tasty. The meatball is quite forgettable

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Chicken rice small ($5.60)

Amount is just nice for someone who isn't too hungry. Otherwise, will need to buy bigger portions which will cost $7.60.

Nothing to rave about the rice, chilli or chicken though. Just average in all aspects.

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