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18 Raffles Quay
Singapore 048582

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Chicken feet was tender
Egg was solid
Sauce was herby
Veg crunchy
Mushroom was big
Service was fast

Just near the Qiu Lian Ban Mian store. Wait can be quite long after 12pm so go slightly early if possible. I really like the noodles! Not overcooked and really Q. Soup is decent, and the chilli is spicy enough for spicy lovers like me haha

Buyer beware though: This KL-style smoky & sticky barbecued roast pork can be really fatty on some days. I love that they use chicken rice instead of the usual white rice. The chicken rice itself can be another feature item on its own. Don’t even get me started on the chilli. Totally bring the foodgasm to a different level. Queues are still manageable for now. Seems like not much people know abt its existence at LPS yet. *hopes nobody reads this*
📍Roast Paradise, Lau Pa Sat (facing Robinson Rd)

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Had their Special dry beef noodles in gravy with 2 bouncy beef balls in soup included. Loved the way I could add spring onions and Chinese celery to taste (I like my noodles extra herbal) and the sauce was thick and delicious. Found the chilli a bit too sour but for sure this will become a lunchtime staple!

A lot of stalls in here. Ordered hokkien mee and it was good!

Tried another stall from the satay street at Lau Pa Sat. Different from the usual satay, this stall actually marinated the satay meat with some spices before put onto the grill. Is another kind of flavour that different from the usual ones that we ate normally. Meat was grilled to tenderlicious and the coated spices makes it possible to eat 20 sticks even without the sauce.

The sauce provided by the stall did not match my tastebud tho. It was more peppery and spicy rather than peanut-y which i prefer.