63 Jurong West Central 3
#03-89 Jurong Point 2
Singapore 648331

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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We chose mid-joint wings, radish and mushrooms. Not a fan of the latter two but they seemed authentically Hong Kong to me hahaha. Although step 3 is sauces, every bowl is soup here, so your sauces and soup will be mixed. In my case, the satay and chilli sauces did nothing to the soup and the entire thing was quite disappointing.

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Apparently this is how Hongkongers eat and as a fan of caifan I take well to this concept. Here we chose beef tendon, curry fishballs and chicken cutlet. The beef was tinier than I imagined but its sauce really lifted the soup (read my next review). The chicken tasted like any cutlet you buy in Singapore.

the milk tea was like $5.10?? supposed to be real authentic. i guess the tea taste was thicker but defo not worth $5.10!! have not tried a decent cart noodles in SG, all tasted so diff from hk’s :-( maybe gg to try nerdy’s noodle opened recently at bugis, anyone knows if it’s good?

Added damn near every meat so usually it wont be anywhere near this price. Beef brisket was extraordinary and the intestines were well braised and soft as well. Satay sauce wasn't really too strong, it was more like a standard gravy instead of satay. Minced pork was full of flavour with a variety of ingredients incl preserved radishes I think but the pork and chicken chops don't taste very good, esp soaked in the sauce it becomes soggy

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Set me back at $4.20 which I think it's not expensive. I have never thought it will be nice till you try it. I can't locate the stall in foursquare but it's within Jurong Point near to the Hong Kong street.