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I don’t know the price & stall name as my mom dabaos them back but this is the only min jiang kueh stall at Kovan 209 Market :D Only discovered this stall recently and now it’s my Saturday breakfast staple. The mjk batter is squishy and chewy, and there’s just something addictive about that texture. It’s like Granny’s Pancakes but thinner. The red bean paste is mildly sweet, smooth and has a sweet and savoury flavour which I really like as there’s a variety of flavours going on there which makes eating exciting. The peanut one is not as fragrant, and the peanuts were soggy. It doesn’t have the roasted peanut fragrance but it wasn’t bad either if you love peanuts. I alternate between these two flavours one bite at a time and I felt like I was in mjk heaven.

Relatively new stall here. You pick the style for your chicken, including grill, curry and sambal. A good concept in the hands of a not-so-good cook. The cabbage and the rice especially weren't done well.

I had been wanting to try this. Quite shiok, although a bit dried up. The pork slices especially were excellent.

💸: $3

💬: Woah their picture on the signboard is really a bog fucking lie because there was but the smallest portion of duck meat and instead of century egg, i was given 1/8 of a braised egg (oh how i wish i was kidding about the 1/8) &&&& fucking rude China lady who served me & got irritated when i said the wrong number while ordering

but ok all in all, if you just want smthg to slurp down, i'd say this could be an option, because the braised sauce was flavourful and tasted v comforting with warm porridge

This BCM is good. The liver tasted fresh and the fish all texture rather bouncy.

Overall very satisfied

Hmmm not the white beehoon I was expecting. This is more of sliced fish beehoon soup with the addition of a few clams. Pretty light on the palate.

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