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In the evenings and on the weekends this busy street closes for cars and opens up many pop-up satay stalls. You can get 10 sticks for $8 with their infamous peanut sauce (highly recommend!)

Was quite pleasantly surprised by the Qiu Lian Ban Mian stall in Lau Pa Sat, as their soup ban mian ($5.70) is really of good quality! The noodles were al dente and don't have a overpowering flour taste, the minced meat given were really tender and the soup had a deep fish broth flavour. Best of all, they were generous with the ikan billis given ๐Ÿ˜ Definitely wiped the bowl clean. If I'm working around the area, it will definitely be one of my to go!

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expect long queues during weekdays lunch as this seemed to be a popular stall

on first look, i felt that the pieces of the pork chop seemed abit too little? afterall i was paying $7 for this and eggs also donโ€™t really cost that much.

but anw the highlight of the dish is really the scrambled eggs that were really creamy and went super well w the rice and the sauce. pork chop was not bad lah.

The outlet is quite hard to find at Lau Pa Sat, being that Lau Pa Sat is humongous and with a plethora of stores.
So it will help as an indicator that the shop is on the outer side on the circumference of the establishment.

Ordered 2 Pelmeni, 1 Pork & 1 Beef, Zharkoe - Pork Stew & Ukranian Borscht Soup - Pork.
The two Pelmeni came with a side of Yogurt, which complimented the Pelmeni perfectly!

Zharkoe was packed filled with a variety of different delectable ingredients.

Ukranian Borscht Soup was rich in flavour.

Both came with a side of bread for you to eat it with.

Overall, the food was definitely affordable, even value for money.

My first time eating Russian cuisines so it may not be accurate for me to judge on its authenticity, however from a general viewpoint, the food was delicious!

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New veg stall at LPS. Sells dishes and makes seaweed wrapped rice on the spot. Friendly owners who wished me good health. Do support.

This satay was from Stall 7 & 8, where they clearly lay out different sets for you to choose from. For 2 people, I went for the XS Set which offered 20 sticks - 10 sticks of chicken & 10 sticks of beef/mutton. One would have to witness for themselves the satay competition happening at Lau Pa Sat before experiencing how spoilt for choice theyโ€™d be, and then be overwhelmed from the touting by various stallholders. I went with 7 & 8, which was said to be the best amongst all the carts there.

I thought it was pretty good. At 70c a stick - well inflation has led to satay prices rising, the quality of the satay was pretty worth the money. It was a smaller stick, but it was well grilled with great flavour and char. At the same time, the sticks were on the meatier side and less fatty, which I personally preferred. More importantly, the peanut sauce was amazing! It was tasty and had the right amount of spicy kick. To me, this truly made the satay delicious.