200 Victoria Street
#B1-K23 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188025

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm



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Chili can make or break a bowl of noodles. I asked for extra chili and that really made this dish. One of the few places in Bugis Junction opened for biz on Sat morning 8.50am.

Chicken was dry and not tender, cabbage was good, egg are you know egg, though i like it runny, but curry was good. At $4.3 Let's Eat Hainanese curry is a pretty good deal 3.75/5

Craving for Hainanese curry rice, but not anywhere near the legit ones. This plate is surprisingly able to curb your craving at a decent $4.30. Chicken cutlet, Sofy braised cabbage, and a fried egg, this is quick meal is honestly nothing to shout about, but surprisingly quite endearing. Although I wished they drown my rice in more curry sauce. Great for quick lunches.

Probably the cheapest proper meal with seating at the basement of Bugis Junction. It is actually quite nice too! (Rating:πŸ˜€)

I don't know why but for the life of me, I couldn't taste the meat in these meatballs. Was I mistaken to think that "meatballs" should have some meat (meaning: pork) incorporated in an obvious way? For eg. something similar to the stuffing one gets in "Ampang Yong Tau Fu" or perhaps the balls would have a minced pork core? Looking on the bright side, at least the meatballs were large, firm and full of texture from the chopped vegetables mixed into the fish paste. What I liked was the "meepok" which was cooked al dente. There was sufficient seasoning and sauce to coat every strand thoroughly too. A word of caution: Those of you with big appetites might find the noodle serving size less than filling.

The lightbox signage had an exciting spiel promising a fried oyster omelette with its origins in Penang's Lorong Selamat. Alas, the reality was a letdown. No "wok hei" to begin with, plus a weird separation of gluey starch and egg made this a dish I am not inclined to ever order again. Oysters were decent but for $6, the portion was smaller than expected.

I am not sure if it's really authentic Teochew meatball, mainly cause I have never had one before. But with that aside, these 5 fairly huge sized balls are amazballs. Literally. They are more dense, and slightly chewier (almost remind me of Taiwan fishballs), and extremely delicious. I was surprised. Mixed with probably squid paste instead of the fish paste, it packed all the flavour that makes you wanting more. And the size is rather "value" for me, $5/bowl with noodles, I supposed it's reasonable since the store is in Bugis junction. Now question; where is the meat, in the meatballs?!

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