18 Raffles Quay
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Had the Salt Baked Chicken Noodle ($6.80) with scrambled egg ($2).

I like that the chicken was quite a huge portion and the huge slab of egg. Really nice food at Lau Pa Sat

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On the other hand, the oyster omelette paled in comparison against their Hokkien mee. It was overwhelmingly starchy, and slightly tasteless as well. Egg was also a tad bit dry.


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For some reason the reviews for Seng Kee isnโ€™t that great, but the Hokkien Mee Iโ€™ve had was arguably one of the best Iโ€™ve had. That being said, I enjoy my Hokkien Mee more on the wet side, which Seng Kee very successfully delivered. Every bite was slurpy, with the gravy being both sweet and savoury on both ends. The chilli packed a super complementary punch which completed the dish.


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~$7 for dumplings ru pork dumplings (other flavours like chicken and beef are also available). Taste pretty good, slightly like ravioli x Chinese dumplings.

Grilled fish from Lau Pa Sat from Zichar seafood stall. The sambal heebeehiam is nice but wait can be quite some time. Best to order early!

Shop Name: The Phoenix
Smoked-grilled stingray spread with a load of yummylicious dried shrimp sambal, then topped with red onions. Meat was smooth, meaty, firm chewy and tender. Fishy taste was distinct but the solid sweet savoury sambal helps to mask it. Really love their sambal, not too spicy and quite addicting.