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From the Burpple community

Lau Pa Sat has been rejuvenated with a new concept called the Fook Folks, that introduced a few healthy food stalls and grocery.

Smol is one of the stall here serving healthy grain bowls that gained some news recently for their support in LGBT.

They are surprisingly an interesting startup that driven by a team of women, and I really love their food.

The kena salmon comes with all the ingredients including shiitake mushrooms, corns, french beans, 63 degree egg, rice and honey soy salmon; topped with garlic chips, sesame seeds and pickled ginger. The overall combination make the taste very exciting. $14.90

All time favourite!! Cili kicap to die for 😻😻😻😻. I have allergy to shell fish but this is worth the pain. Trust me go and try.

Pretty decent bowl of bibimbap, with the vegetables still retaining a crunch and the chicken freshy cooked before serving. Asked for extra kimchi and the kind lady added it into the bowl for me to mix it up ☺️ kimchi is not sour and a little salty, complementing the crunch of the other veggies and the meat. Not a bad meal when you’re looking for a filling and affordable meal late at night (I usually go around 9pm+ and it’s one of the few stalls still open) The plastic cutlery made it quite hard to mix though, so just be careful not to break them while mixing.

The retail arm provides a launch pad to help local and imported food retail grow their brand presence while the dining area offers a mix of new foodpreneurs and second or third-generation food operators looking to modernise their brands.

One of the new F&B brand in this revitalised Lau Pa Sat space is Chef Kang’s Prawn Noodle House, who is a Michelin star recipient for his main restaurant. For this outlet, he has the Food Folks exclusive, Prawn Soup Ramen besides the regular bee hoon and egg noodles. When it first opened in Toa Payoh back in end 2019, there was much fanfare and crowd for a Michelin starred chef to open a hawker stall selling prawn noodles. Despite its popularity, I didn’t get a chance to try it until now and I was disappointed with it as I expected more oomph and umami, especially in the broth. It was not “prawny” at all and just by the colour itself, it looks a regular clear soup and it has the alkaline flavour in it. The saving grace was probably the huge prawns that come with it and the deep fried spare ribs by the side.
✨ Chef Kang’s Prawn Noodle House
📍 18 Raffles Quay, Food Folks at Lau Pa Sat, Singapore 048582
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Roast Paradises serves up some delicious mouthwatering charsiu and roast pork on a bed of springy noodles. The noodles soak up all the lovely flavour of the meat and you get a umami explosion in your mouth. Highly recommended trying when you are. In the area.

Hokkien noodles full of "wok hei" here at Seng Kee Local Delights. Very decent portion of hokkien mee for only $5.50. Add your desired amount of pork lard, spring onion and chilli to amp up the flavour. Trust me you won't regret it.