125 Bukit Merah Lane 1
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11:00am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

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While many people came for the tze char, but there’s actually this wanton noodle stall that start selling from early morning.

Beside having some history, they recently gained popularity because of their special item on the plate. I guess this is the only place that you could get a plate of wanton noodle with a sunny side egg, by adding $0.70.

Starting from $3, the portion wasn’t big but satisfying to begin your early morning.

The egg was definitely the plus point to cheer your day up.

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Savoury feesh 🐠 hor funnnnn 😙🍜💖👧🏻👧🏾 Good food tastes better & gooder w awesummm company! #horfun


From about $16 for a plate, you probably want to have a group to share this delightfully sinful dish with. Although, every time we've been, we've never had a say as to what size we get because the staff always decide for us.

The pile of perfectly deep fried fish skin is drizzled with salted egg yolk sauce and sprinkled with (some kind of) meat floss. Just what you need to feed your soul and clog up your arteries.



This ought to be the fail-safe solution for when Keng Eng Kee at Alexandra is fully booked. On any given weekday night, you would easily walk past Hong Kong Street Chun Kee without a thought — just another brightly lit, zi char spot in the Queenstown area. But come Sunday evenings, the entire coffeeshop is packed with regulars and residents staying nearby. Order any of the fourteen featured dishes plastered on top of the cooking area and you’ll be set for a satisfying dinner with your crew. The key to success here is a giant order of many things — of which the Signature ‘Sen Lao’ Hor Fun (from $6) that appears on every table in multiples is a must. The dish might look pale, but it packs a surprisingly strong and satisfying amount of wok hei. Other noteworthies include the well-executed Cereal Prawn (from $20) that features juicy, plump prawns buried in a heaping pile of moreish fried cereal bits. You’ll walk out stuffed and happy and not much poorer for it. 

Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See


I'm not usually a fan of cereal oats prawns but these are SO TASTY!!! I love how they're so generous with their cereal (I can literally have large spoonfuls of it)! Definitely a must try dish when you're here!!


1. Moonlight Kway Tiao ($8)--smooth and lots of pork lard bites! Delicious and value for money! Totally recommended! 2. Kangkong with cuttle fish ($10)--80% fresh cuttle fish and 20% kangkong~ surprisingly delicious and highly recommended! 3. Pig liver in Claypot ($12)--large, thin and tender 4cm slices! Would be nice if accompanied with rice. 4. Coffee Pork Rib ($12)-- meat is tender but artificial coffee flavour is too strong so not recommended. 5. Salted egg sotong ($18)-- generous portion but easily available in average zi char places. 6. Mingzhu roll-- this is unique for those who have not tried. It's like tau pok packed with mushroom, ham and prawns. But I don't like the overpowering mushroom taste. Not recommended. Table for 5, Ave of $14.60 per person. Xoxo, Wet tissue 20cents