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Featuring 136 Hong Kong Street Fish Head Steamboat (Clementi), Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup (Kembangan), Tian Wai Tian Fishhead Steamboat (Serangoon), BBQ Box 串烧工坊 (Bugis), Bao Today (Marina Square), Tiong Shian Porridge Centre 長城粥品 (New Bridge Road), Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh (Jalan Kayu), Boon Tong Kee (Bukit Timah), Din Tai Fung (The Seletar Mall), ThaiPan Restaurant (Mandarin Gardens Condominium)
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The deep, rich and sweet 🦀 flavours were executed perfectly in the unami and savory broth. Furthermore, it comes with a generous portion of thick bee hoon (served in another large bowl seperately w/o crab)》$88.90 (1kg 🦀)

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Satisfying bowl of vegetables paired with a bowl of rice. This was much lighter and not as salty as their fried egg and green pepper 》$6.85/Ala-carte with rice

📍 Delibowl 壹碗 (Paya Lebar Square)
60 Paya Lebar Rd, #01-77/80, Singapore 409051

Handmade ebiko prawn paste, succulent prawn dumplings and fresh big prawns served with Japan-inspired Signature Shrimp Broth and delectable noodles 》$19.90++

The savoury broth is made up of big prawns that are baked at 180°C to perfection and grinded to a fine texture, then simmered for more than eight hours with an array of ingredients.

The portion of noodles is huge that I wished they had an option for lesser noodles. It would be even better if we get to customise the texture of noodle as it feels a little too soft (I like it firm) for me. Among the trio, I prefer the dumplings which has more flavours as compared to ebiko prawn paste and prawns.

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Delibowl recently opened 2 branches in Paya Lebar Square and Singpost Centre. The one at Paya Lebar Square serves chinese meal in a bowl while the one at Singpost serves dumpling and wonton.

I took advantage of the 3 course meal promo on fave that's going at $9.90 for a main, side, soup and drink 》U.P. $6.85 (main) + $3 (side & soup) + $2.55 (drink)

I ordered fried egg with green pepper, cold mixed konjac, bean curd soup and iced lemon tea. Do not underestimate the size of this small bowl. It's actually quite filling and recommended to pair it with rice as it's a bit salty on it own. The cold mixed konjac was tossed in mala oil, smells like picnic ham and it has a nice Q texture. Tofu soup is starchy, similar to our chinese fish maw soup.

📍 Delibowl 壹碗 (Paya Lebar Square)
60 Paya Lebar Rd, #01-77/80, Singapore 409051

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The ratio of vegs to prawns is about 3:1 per dumpling. I feel healthy having this bowl of prawn dumpling soup 🤣 Beef dumplings looks like it has more meat than vegs 》$8.65/12pcs (Beef/Prawn)

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Their asam fish, braised meat and minced pork were quite good. I would say to just skip the salted veg (kiam chye) and try other dishes.

Not the best Teochew porridge along Kovan but this could be a place for late night meal. We paid less than $20 for everything that’s on the table so it’s definitely value for money but it does not taste as good as it’s competitors along Kovan. It’s a choice between lesser crowd, value for money and average tasting food or crowded place with steep prices and quality food.

• Tasty Braised Drumstick (Boneless) Bento
• Taiwan Railway Pork Chop Bento
• Spicy Drumstick Bento

Taiwan bento(s) are commonly sold in railway station for passengers to dine in a train. It’s usually packed with a balanced nutrition which includes braised egg and dried tofu. This pretty much reminds me of my trip to Taiwan.

The size of spicy drumstick is HUGE! (Comparable to the size of my hand). This spicy drumstick is tender, juicy, mouth-watering and wrapped underneath the lightly battered crispy skin that gives the perfect crunch. 

Most bento are priced at $8.90 except Lu Rou Bento at $6.90

Thanks @burpple for the invite and @wooricebox SG for hosting.

Here comes the soup version of mala xiang guo (麻辣香锅). This is unlike mala steamboat (麻辣火锅) which usually comes with a layer of chilli oil floating on top. There are 4 types of broths available - Mala (麻辣), Chinese Pickled Vegetables (酸菜), Pork Bone (猪骨) and Tomato. Ingredients comes in a variety of meat, seafood and vegetables that goes for $2.88 per 100g.

I liked their thick and chewy noodles that looked like 酸辣粉. The normal level mala broth comes with acceptable amount of heat and it’s drinkable - similar to those I had in Taiwan from 马辣顶级鸳鸯火锅 while pickled vegetables broth is sour and spicy.

Thanks @burpple for the invite and @gongyuansg for hosting!

Char siew has the right amount of lean meat with a little bit of fats that melts in your mouth. Not to mention the sauce was quite delish.

They offer 2 types of char siew - Dark Char Siew & Honey Glazed Char Siew. I chose the latter 》$4.50

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Chinese birthday Ee-Fu noodles with broccoli, mushroom, prawn, sliced fish and squid to wish the birthday daddy fortune, happiness and longevity 》$25

This was pretty ordinary and nothing to shout about. I find it lacking of flavours (bland) but the older folks would probably prefer this 》$20/Small

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