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Hungry Ghost
Hungry Ghost

I am really here for their Shanxi Liang Pi [S$3.50] which is really good. The liangpi is chewy and the Chinese sesame sauce goes really well with the sliced cucumber and bean sprouts. There are also other Chinese dishes such as dumplings and noodles and 12 cold dishes to choose from.
Please read my full review at https://hungryghost.sg/jue-wei-ban-cai/

Xin Wah Kee is a casual Chinese restaurant with outlets in Velocity @ Novena Square and 100AM. I recommend Xin Wah Kee’s Toman Fish Soup, Herbal Chicken Soup, Braised Pork Rice and Fried Prawn Paste Chicken. https://hungryghost.sg/xin-wah-kee/

Wok Hey serves up stir-fried noodles and rice with a detectable charred aroma (wok hei). Only delivery and pick-up available, perfect for the covid-19 situation. https://hungryghost.sg/wok-hey-velocity-novena-square/‬

Mini Star (HK) Fermented Beancurd is about the only place to have authentic Hong Kong snacks such as fermented beancurd in Singapore. http://hungryghost.sg/mini-star-hk-fermented-beancurd/

Boneless Chicken Rice [S$5] is the most basic chicken rice at Lucky Chicken Rice.


Xiao Yao Ge 逍遥阁 is the only restaurant in the west of Singapore that has Northeastern Chinese food, Sichuan food , BBQ food and karaoke all in one place.

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Ma Zi Lu is one of the most famous brands for Lanzhou beef noodles. There are 8 types of noodles to choose from and this is the Signature Beef Noodles.

Ban Heng is a traditional Cantonese restaurant that serves many traditional Cantonese dishes at affordable prices. Ban Heng is currently offering a “all-you-can-eat-ala-carte-buffet”. You can choose from over 50 dishes for just S$27.80++ person (1 fines for free with 3 paying adults).

Mademoiselle Tang Noodle specializes in Yunan cuisine. Check out their Signature Rice Noodle with 13 ingredients beautifully presented in individual plates in a wooden grid box, Homemade Bing Fen and Flower Cake.

Wan Tan Kia 老派云吞仔 started off as a stall in Esplanade Xchange and there are several outlets in Marine Parade and MRT stations. They serve traditional wanton mee and side dishes.

Mahota Pantry is one of the two restaurants in Mahota Commune. Mahota Pantry serves Chinese dishes cooked with fresh organic ingredients. http://hungryghost.sg/mahota-pantry/

Dong Bei Ren Jia 东北人家 is another restaurant on Upper Cross Street that specializes in Northeasten Chinese cuisine. Although it does not serve barbecued items but the dishes are more exquisite.

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