2 College Avenue West
Stephen Riady Centre University Town
Singapore 138607

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07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

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Batter was on point and fried to crispy perfection. However, the rice was pretty little and was left hungry after wiping the plate clean.

Yong Tau Foo (S$3.50)
6 items + noodles
Available at the Yong Tau Foo stall in Flavours @ UTown in Stephen Riady Centre in @nus_singapore
Unique made in house items such as stuffed lotus root, long bean wrapped with bean curd skin.

Yaki Udon (S$5)
S$0.50 discount using @nets_sg pay during Wednesday and Friday.
Available at Japanese stall in Flavours @ UTown food court in @nus_singapore

Two pieces of fluffy yet crispy roti prata kosong - this one rates very high on the list of roti pratas that I've tried! I really like it that it's crispy but not too oily. Even now that I've graduated, I still find myself missing it every now and then!

Little packets of juicy meat and little bits of chopped up chives, the perfect snack for any peckish eater. πŸ˜‹

It was really satisfying, freshly fried on the spot, thin crispy skin, moist flavourful meat fillings. And to make the perfect dipping sauce, self-served shredded ginger and black vinegar.

Would not hesitate to recommend this dish and stall to any student (local or international) craving a snack anytime of the day. πŸ‘πŸΌ

[Pro-tip]: Pay using the QR code to get $0.50 off, that’s almost 15% discount


As dinner time approaches, this Chinese stall beside Aston's works non-stop as groups and groups of students, especially the mainland Chinese, walks away with 2-3 dishes for sharing. Similar to a tzichar stall, this stall actually has an extensive menu comprising at least 30 varieties of meat, vege and soups with varied cooking styles/flavours to suit your tastebuds.

Not really knowing what some of the names mean, and because I didn't want the typical sweet & sour flavours, I just went with the unknown and got a big shock of my life when my fish fillet came in a bowl of fiery red soup LOL I was initially afraid of the spice, but I was immediately calmed down when I smelled the intense and pungent aroma of the peppercorn 😍 The taste of the soup came as a surprise too as it wasn't as salty as I'd expected, and the fish fillets resemble closely to a silken tofu - super, super soft and tender.

This dish costs $9 but the amount is definitely generous. Paired with a bowl of rice, it's something you'll need on a cold, rainy day.