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Saw so many positive reviews of Jiu Jiang Shao La (ไนๆฑŸ็‡’่‡˜), since already in the queue for so long, must well order a plate of Roast Duck, Char Siew and Roast Pork ($8.00) to try whatโ€™s so special about them. Hmmm, their roast duck is so salty (especially the skin), the char siew is quite dry, roast pork still not bad with a crispy skin. Not really my type that I will go back again.

Location: Jiu Jiang Shao La (ไนๆฑŸ็‡’่‡˜), 20 Ghim Moh Rd, Ghim Moh Road Market & Food Centre, #01-17, Singapore 270020

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Craving so much for Curry Yong Tau Foo but my mind tells me to go for healthier choice, Spinach Soup with Yong Tau Foo. Bye curry, see you next time.

Location: Jia Le Yong Tau Foo, 20 Ghim Moh Rd, Ghim Moh Road Market & Food Centre, #01-51, Singapore 270020

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Ghim Moh Nasi Lemak offer a variety of sides to go along with nasi lemak or fried bee hoon. Didn't order their nasi lemak but char beehoon instead. Not wow but not too bad for breakfast.

Location: Ghim Moh Nasi Lemak, Ghim Moh Rd, #01-09, Singapore 270020

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Chanced upon this western food stall that seems promising and indeed they serve up real old school western food!

I had the chicken cutlet ($6.50) which came with a sizable portion of fried chicken that isn't too greasy. The chicken within is lightly seasoned and pretty tender and succulent! Wished they had a certain sauce to dip but chilli will do. The chicken came with a variety of ingredients like baked beans, fried bun, fries and coleslaw which were okay. This does remind me of my childhood!

I would say this is not bad of an old school western food, though nothing to shout out, this can still be a viable option if you are in the area!

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I am not really a fan of The Hakka Yong Tau Fu at Ghim Moh but some times you just has craving for Laksa Yong Tau Fu.. so went to get some Laksa from 63 Laksa and mix it.

Location: 20 Ghim Moh Rd Market and Food Centre, Singapore 270020

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This hokkien mee is of a wet version, and it has a relatively flavourful broth (that is abit too salty) and the noodles are not mushy at all. There is a good amount of ingredients including fresh prawns and squid slices. Not bad of a hokkien mee and I loved the crispy pork lard and sambal chilli they added in as well!

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