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349 Jurong East Avenue 1
Singapore 600349

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Disclaimer: so this is from shuang shuang Noodles beside the kai xiang seafood stall but in the same hawker centre

Chong qing xiao mian uses a different mala Base from their mala hotpot, so not to worry and think you're just getting a bowl of mala hotpot Base Noodles. That said it's usually very spicy so i ordered less spicy but then it wasnt spicy as all. I say go for the usual spice level. The Broth was made with a lot of spices, and taste pretty authentic. They also add the braised Beef sauce and thats where they get the body of the sauce from.

Braised Beef was pretty flavourful and very soft. I really didnt expect such a standard cos usually it's dry and tough

Shredded Pork was normal. Nothing bad, abit on the mild Side if anything

P. S. Their toppings are ridiculously generous. I really doubt if they make money. They literally give the normal portion on the Noodles even if u add it as an add on.

The Intestines were not bad with spices and chili, somehow even though it's heavily spiced u dont feel that way, and u can still taste the soft intestines

Pork ribs were tender and is the normal hongshao kind(not to be confused with the soy braised kind of the same name)

Finally their dan dan mian had this sauce at the bottom of the bowl that was predominantly sweet, but was so so good. It's really fragrant, to the point where thats a taste by itself. Noodles were really soft, and while that's my thing not everyone would like it like that. The Minced Meat were q flavourful but it's really the sauce that makes it such a flavour bomb

Kai Xiang’s signature fried eggs with oysters is pricier than the usuals at $10 for just the smallest portion, but it’s bound to impress - look at them plump oysters!! There were 17 of them & yes, I counted HAHAHA. Unlike the more common starchy oyster omelettes, they only serve this full-eggs version. The omelette had nice crispy edges and was well seasoned, while the oysters were creamy and briny. It’s a great side for sharing! It’s also available at $14 and $18 for the medium and large portions.

9 Likes

Actually ordered their Anchovies Fried Rice but was served this instead. It was a decent plate in a sizeable portion, though a teeny bit under seasoned. Bigger portions are available at $8 and $12.

4 Likes

Loved the crispy skin and juicy meat, but it wasn’t as strong in its prawn paste flavour. It’s also available in bigger portions at $14 and $18!

2 Likes

A must-order at Kai xiang's. The other must-order is the prawn ngoh hiang (Hei Zhou in hokkien).

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