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I don’t know if any of you remembers the old western stall at Clementi Market & Food Centre years ago called Tanglin Halt Western Food. But it has closed for several years and I have been in the hunt for a taste similar to theirs since then. Not just because the taste of their sauce is unique, but it also brings back memories of mum delivering it to me on Friday nights when I was working part-time during my postgrad days.

When we first walked past this stall at Ghim Moh market, there wasn’t any queue at all but I caught the fragrant whiffs of fried chicken and eventually decided to try their chicken chop. While it looks really ordinary, the tender chicken chop was rather massive given the price and well-executed with some slightly charred edges. To me, the soul of this dish had to be the sauce definitely; tomato-based, zesty and tangy. *screams in excitement* Somewhat like that of the Hainanese pork chop but lighter in flavour and thickness. Served with crispy shoestring fries, baked beans and coleslaw (the only thing I dislike in the entire box).

Wouldn’t say this is up to Tanglin Halt Western Food’s standard, but at least now I know where I can find one relatively close in taste to fix my cravings!

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This stall is situated just near the large open air carpark not too far off from AH Sxxx durians 🤣.

This is my preferred place to get msw durians.

Creamy , bitter - sweet , heavenly .

Siang kee traditional crystal bun
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What 🥳?
Purple sweet potato and yam crystal buns ?
Simply unheard of .

These were so moist , not too sweet and the skin was thin .

Skip the savoury ones and go for the sweet ones .

If you’re at Ghim Moh Food Centre for breakfast, why not have some thosai (dosa) or appam (hopper)? Heaven’s Indian Curry (01-15) serves pretty legit hoppers that are made to order. You can also order putu mayam and idly. It sells out pretty fast on weekend mornings so go early.

Masala Thosai/ Dosa ($2.50 per piece). Truth is I prefer thosai to prata. For a potato lover like myself, I usually go for the masala thosai. Within this fermented rice flour pancake is a decent serving of spiced potatoes. The final product is slightly tangy and on the softer side. It’s not crispy like paper thosai.

Served with dhal sambar, tomato chutney and coconut chutney made with fresh coconut, I like to mix the condiments together for maximum pressure.

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If you’re at Ghim Moh Food Centre for breakfast, why not have some thosai (dosa) or appam (hopper)? Heaven’s Indian Curry (01-15) serves pretty legit hoppers that are made to order. You can also order putu mayam and idly. It sells out pretty fast on weekend mornings so go early.

The appam/ hopper ($2 per piece). Cooked to order using griddles imported from India, it’s not easy to find appam in most hawker centres. Each piece is like a thin and crispy fermented rice flour and fresh milk pancake (it’s usually coconut milk) with a soft centre.

Eat it asap as it gets soggy pretty fast. Remember to eat it with the orange sugar and grated coconut.

I enjoyed the egg hopper too although I wished the yolk was runny.

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Had an extreme craving for black carrot cake this evening - must be the weather .

But I shudder at those that are cooked too sweet so as a precaution , I asked for less sweet sauce.

Very very impressed by the execution here - what a pleasant surprise !
So glad that this stall operates till the evening 😜

Crisp morsels covered with a fragrant black sauce and a Generous amount of garlic , Chye Poh and egg.

I asked for more homemade chilli on the side and it was so addictive !

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