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238 Thomson Road
#03-47/56 Velocity
Singapore 307683

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07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

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Honestly, I wouldn’t mind eating Mixed Vege Rice everyday as you can very well mix & match all the different dishes that the chefs whip up (probably some rotation too!) It is also the best way to up my veggie intake for the day! 💚💚💚 The only cons - being spoilt for choice & stressed up when it is finally my turn to choose the dishes! 😅
As I was going vegetarian, here is what I chose:
🔹️Stir-fried kangkong: although my favourite version is still having it spicy (sambal belacan kangkong), this 清炒 version works for me as well. 😍😍😍 Just the fragrance of garlic, onions & simple seasoning is enough to bring out the natural sweetness of the vegetables! 👍🏻 Especially love the crunch!
🔹️Stir-fried egg with onions: Friends who know me well will know that I’m not a fan of onions. However, omelette with onions seem to be something that is completely acceptable to me! 👌🏻 When cooked, these pungent onions become incredible sweet & impart this natural sweetness & its aroma to the eggs. A fragrant dish for sure! 😋
🔹️Beancurd skin: More affectionately known as Tau Kee, I love these especially when eating porridge as they act as perfect sponges, absorbing all the essence of the gravy that they were braised in. 🤤🤤🤤 These were thankfully pretty soft & of a good chew, & glad that they went easy on sodium, so the amount of rice was just nice to accompany my dishes with. 👍🏻
A simple yet yummy & filling meal! ❤

The Chinese delights and soup stall at this Kopitiam is one of the stalls open till late. When we arrived at 9.10pm, most of the stalls had already packed up. I guess it’s because the soups are kept in a steamer cabinet rather than a vat which is why they can stay open longer. The herbal chicken was pre-packed in foil and kept in the same steamer cabinet.

A half chicken is wrapped in the foil. The broth itself is pretty good - the herb flavours do come through nicely, but this is nicely balanced with sweetness from the wolfberries. The herbs were stewed so long that they were quite tasteless already, but they were tender and made for nice ingredients to munch on since there were no veggie options left. For the chicken itself, the meat from the drumstick and the wing was tender, but the rest of the meat was tough and frankly quite tasteless. I ended up using lots of dark soy sauce and chilli sauce in my meal.

I wouldn’t order this again. Even the rice felt pretty tasteless, and I usually like rice.

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Generous portion of tender chicken meat inside.
Really satisfying with a bowl of fluffy rice.
Tasty green curry.