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Featuring Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Chong Qing Grilled Fish (Liang Seah), Da Dong Prawn Noodles, Hai Xian Zhu Zhou (Ke Kou Mian), Albert Centre Market & Food Centre, First Street Teochew Fish Soup, Beng Hiang Restaurant, Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa (Alexandra Village Food Centre), Hainanese Village Centre (Lorong Ah Soo Market), Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake (Berseh Food Centre)
Paul Tan
Paul Tan

Had it daopao once...today went to actual stall located at 153 Serangoon North Ave 1 to try before picking my son. I was told to wait 20 mins even though it was non peak - I guessed the chef was preparing a new pot...and so I did...waiting patiently while noticing activities in the kopitiam. Many plates were seen lying on tables with no helper to clean it - one common thing I notice was that all these plates were wiped out! Well it maybe the birds who were scavenging on any crumbs found. 😝😝😝 Finally my 20 mins wait was over and wah la...(See profile picture of dish)....everything was done in less than 5 mins. CLEAN CLEAN! Definitely on my list for cheap hawker Food Singapore Style 😎😎😎

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A queue was what drew me to this stall, although the uncle (I would think he is the owner) had only one hand, he demonstrated strength and skills as would any normal being. Very helpful and polite despite his disability, salute to that!

Never knew “Punggol” had any association to noodles except Nasi Lemak, however this stall doesn’t look like its new too. Nevertheless, noodles tasted above average. I especially like the hand made pork balls and the combination taste of lard with Chilli sauce, yummy! Lol...😝😝

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Nestled in a corner of a neighborhood coffee shop. You probably will not even think that such heavy weight would be amongst the common. Truffle Wanton Noodles....yummy, with generous portion of semi fatty char siew, fried wanton and steam wanton. The noodles are moist thoroughly with truffle oil...definitely worth a try. If you are not so adventurous, they do serve normal wanton noodles and other delicacies. 👍👍👍

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Another new kid on the block! Located on the same stretch as popular Kin Kin Chilli Ban Mee on Macpherson Road. Both entities are selling similar stuff - Chilli Ban Mee! The noodles here are tastier and had more flavor. Anchovies, minced pork, meat balls and a poached egg makes the signature dish here. With the incorporation of chilli into this simple mixture, the transformation is just superb! I must say the chilli here is POWER! It make just well be a home run for this kid. Yumminess: 4/5 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

QQ noodles make from egg white only no alkali (kee) added, splendid braised pork, succulent wanton & dumplings, char siew and fried wanton makes this simple Sarawak Kolo Mee a must to try if you haven't. I especially like the chilli which is tangy and comes with a sour bite....real appetizing. Slightly improvised from its actual form found in many parts of Malaysia where it originates. This is comfort food at its purest just like Bak Chor Mee to Singaporean. You won't missed the snaky queue form by hungry patrons at Tampines Round Market. Yumminess: 3.5/5

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Much publicity on social media lately that I have to go personally grade this 😬😬😬 Extreme long queue were there to greet me on this wet Saturday morning.... the long wait had me salivating while contemplating what to savor on the menu!!! Price tag of $24.90 for its premier Lobster Noodles is unheard of considering serving from a neighborhood hawker centre. One full Columbia Lobster, 2 big prawns and loads of pipis. Sweet soup based with fried garlic floating above. Whatever style you choose, be it prawns, crayfish, lobsters all come with the same soup based. I personally feel the chef had been slightly generous on the 花雕酒 portion hence making the soup a little bitter at the end. I salute the entrepreneurship of the young owner for this extremely daring price tag. Conclusion: similarly to White Seafood Beehoon or Wen Wen Prawn Noodles at Geylang Bahru, traditionally prawn noodles transformation. Yumminess 3.5/5 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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Trying to secure a seating area posses some challenges at the previous Song Kee stall and wait time can easily stretched up to 45 mins or more. It had since been taken over and operated by FINEST SONG KEE now. A new owner and related to the previous owner. It opened with much fan fare and across social media platform announcing its operations. As I reside nearby, am naturally drawn and reminisce the great taste of Song Kee. I came with high expectations, I must say that adding the word "FINEST" is not gonna do magic! I do not think it's fair for me even to compare the both. Everything was simply wrong, fish balls were unlike the previous, tau pok seem to have shrunk in size plus flatten. The soup was just horrible, really fish ball and water taste! Do note that these are my personal opinion as everyone has different tastebuds, hence please do not feel offended if you are a fan. I do offer apologies for my outright bluntness. Yumminess: 0.5/5 👎👎👎

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Congee - traditional Cantonese comfort food for breakfast. Unlike it's cousins, Taiwanese porridge or other rice water form of food, this is the glue like state of rice and water through constant boiling of it. The magic happens when the introduction of ingredients like, minced pork, sliced pork, cuttle fish, meat balls, sliced fish, shredded chicken, sliced beef, century eggs, peanuts, eggs, or any other imaginable food makes this simple dish transform into such delicacies. Best served with 炸油条 or deep fried dough starts the day right. Surely a stall I would recommend if you are looking for simple and old skool type yet delicious breakfast, this is one. Yumminess: 4/5 👍👍👍👍

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Been around for decades serving what they do best - Hor Fun (White Flat Rice Noodles). A comfort dish originated from Malaysia, State of Ipoh. Various styles are available, comes serving with Chicken/Prawns/Mushrooms/Dumpling etc... The gravy is usually quite bland. This is even the case in Ipoh. The magic is in the smoothness of the rice noodles. Yumminess 3/5

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Situated along Macpherson road, next to veteran Duck Kway Chap is this Crabmeat Wanton Mee. Stall owner is friendly and helpful with orders. Darkened sauce wanton mee, no ketchup available. A $4 or $5 choice is available and each comes with generous amounts of fried dumplings, steam wanton and Char Siew. Mee Kia dominates all the servings. Nothing fantastic nor are there any wow factor. I do have to say each dumpling's fillings is generously filled and not the skinny can find the meat type! I did not really taste any crab in these wanton too. However, for a quick meal just to ease your hunger or least try something which claims out of the norm, it's worth a trip to gain you your bragging rights. Yumminess: 2.5/5

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YTF - a lady killer by nature, scores of ladies flocking such a stall is a common sight at any food court here in Singapore. Many different types too...this particular stall brings forth yet another choice for us - THE IPOH STYLE!!! various varieties all freshly hand made. You can opt to have your choices deep fried or simply boiled. Various style to have it with, choose from Kway Teow, Noodles, Rice, Chee Cheong fun or even served it with yummy Curry. Worth a try....Yumminess 3.5/5

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I don't think the word "Zi Char 煮炒” is suitable for this place. Tucked away at Blk 47 Tanglin Halt Road, one can differentiate due to the settings, light music, wine glass, Alaskan Crabs which are not normally found at a HDB area. I quickly settled in with my family, 7 adults & 4 kids and started ordering....1) 虾酱鸡 which was not bad and because we were famished after waiting 45 minutes, another serving was ordered. Only to realized from the helper that the chef here cooks by the table ordering so if you ordered again, it would probably take a while😡😡😡 2) 肥牛豆芽 deliciously done...yum 3) 蚝卷 had an unusual taste...oyster and salted egg yolk combination not bad 4) 烩饭 looks too wet for my liking. Mui Fan should be sticky gravy and not like watery porridge 5) 螃蟹米粉 - claims to be top 15 in Singapore, I agreed to give them that as its top 15!!! Vermicelli tasted too peppery like 猪肚汤, crabs is also a little disappointing, freshness and sweetness is missing 6) 砂锅笋壳豆腐 this dish is unique as it tasted perfect to go with rice, saucy, with bits of minced pork, egg plant, bean curd and fish - splendid combination. 7) 竹蛤 cooked with fried garlic with oyster sauce - yum. Lastly, I probably would not visit again as I feel they are more suited at a mall venue or actual restaurant setting to command nearly $600 bill. Not your average Joe joint. Yumminess 4/5

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