21 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188108

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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We ordered their signature 跷脚牛肉 ($43.80), which is beef soup comprising sliced beef, beef balls and a variety of beef parts such as tendon and tripe. The portion is very generous but the soup is on the lighter side and not as flavourful as I expected it to be. I also find it too pricey as this tasted like a normal bowl of beef soup to me.

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The skewers are very good and affordable! We ordered pork belly, large intestines, black fish slices, tofu skin, mushroom and cauliflower - all of them come in a bundle of 3 at $3.80 per bundle. The skewers are well seasoned and grilled to perfection - wouldn’t mind coming back for this to satisfy my skewer cravings!

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Tried their new dish recently as I saw lots of people ordering this the last time I was here. If there lots of Chinese ordering this so this must be good right?

It's basically a pot with all parts of beef from tripe to tendon etc in a light beef broth that reminds me of 兰州拉面 but better. Really good and theyre having a great promo for this pot + 6 sets of skewers+ 1 dessert for about $55? Very value for money considering each set of skewer is already $3.80

More detailed review up on IG @canihaveabitepls


I have to say. This is probably my favourite Chinese skewer bar hands down. Of cos there are things for them to improve on or have a wider variety of skewers, it’s really really good.

Their skewers are all priced at 3 sticks for $3.80 which is not too bad but some items are a little smaller than usual skewers we see. They don’t have some of the usuals like golden enoki mushrooms and the chives felt like a low effort level dish where they blanched the veg and added some powder spices to give it some flavour.

Their chicken feet is sooo good. It’s 2 for $3.80 but the size is pretty big. And they are the ONLY Chinese skewer shop with 鸡中宝 which is basically the soft bone at the palm of the chicken feet. My favourite when I was living in China and can be found in almost all shaokao shops there but I have never ever seen it here till this place!! So I’m super overjoyed to find them again.

Their mixian is also one of the best I’ve had here in Singapore. I’m comparing to Chinese mixian which I used to eat a lot when I was living in China so this could be a bias on my end as it’s a comfort food for me. But the bite and texture is very good even for Chinese standards imo! I like their pig intestines one but Chinese do it a lot smellier so I don’t think it’s for everyone. ($11.80 for the noodles and good to share with 2 if you have skewers!)

More detailed review up on IG @canihaveabitepls


Looking for an affordable yet tasty Chinese Skewers place in town? We found 很乐山 along Tan Quee Lan Street on Tiktok coincidentally when we were headed to Bugis.

The food here can be described with 2 words: affordable & tasty.

Despite its location in the heart of the Bugis area, the skewers here are all going at $3.80 for a set of 3 sticks! We ordered 5 different types and none of them disappointed! I particularly like the fried cauliflower and fried pig intestines ones.

Other than Skewers, they serve Mee Sua dishes here too.

We ordered the 酸菜鱼/Pickled Fish one and the flavour was on point! It’s a little spicy though! The wife and I both chocked on our first sip due to its deceptively mull appearance 😂 But it was a great dish and we liked that the fish slices were fresh and had no smelly/fishy taste.

We will definitely be back for more skewers and to try more Mee Sua dishes! 😋

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