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Asian Delights

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These platters are great for sharing and to get a sense of what they have to offer. After trying both, we would most probably just order the Warrior's Chicken Curry ($10) and Farm Tempura ($4) with rice (white/red/blue nasi lemak; from $1) next time, and try other dishes on the menu.

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Not the biggest fan of ordering army stew (as you can easily recreate it at home), but when the craving hits, the one here is filled to the brim with lots of ingredients in a moat of punchy and comforting broth.

I like how this Korean staple is so simple yet so flavoursome, and their rendition didn't disappoint. Chewy sweet potato noodles studded with wood ear mushrooms and lots of veggie strips. Wish there were some meat added into the mix for this price.

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It's hard not to compare this place against Thien Kee with the considerable overlap between both concepts. With a more central location in Chinatown Point, expect prices here to be slightly higher, though it comes with more comfort. Hotpot wise, there's the broth and ingredients were pretty simple.

The chicken rice on the other hand was super flavourful. Additional bonus points for the tasty homemade chilli and ginger sauces.

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Spot on steamed Hainanese chicken texture and flavour. A little pricey, but definitely a must-order!

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My favourite dish from this meal! These rice rolls were bursting at the seams with the amount of pulled duck confit within! Loved the hong you-like seasoning of balsamic soy, scallion oil and sambal chilli, plus the crispy pangritata bits.

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Somehow I enjoyed the Mixed Organs Soup ($8.80) more than the Popularity (Ninki) Bak Kut Teh ($7.80) here. Don’t get me wrong — the latter was as peppery and flavourful as expected, but not many BKT places serve a mix of liver, stomach, kidney and intestines in one bowl. Big plus for well-cleaned innards that were not overcooked.

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This is possibly my favourite rendition of pulot hitam to date with its perfect balance of sweetness and savouriness, as well as richness from the coconut milk/cream. Spot on texture of the black glutinous rice too!

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We tried a few savoury dishes here from the set lunch options but only this stood out. It's exactly how you would imagine it to be: an intense gravy jam-packed with flavours from the rempah. Very shiok!

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Skip the 'French pastries' (think catered cheesecake and cake squares) and go straight to these kuehs instead. I particularly enjoyed the ondeh ondeh and kueh salat. We tried the pulut hitam too, but found it way too thick and stodgy after sitting on the warmer for too long.

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Haven't had many ayam kalios (aka 'halfway rendang') before, but this was one of my favourite dishes here. Expect the usual spices you can find in a typical rempah, with a bit more turmeric and blue ginger kick. Don't think there's coconut milk in their rendition, resulting in a broth that was light yet incredibly aromatic.

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In addition to the usual salad options (greens, tomatoes and cucumber), this section also includes rojak essentials like green mango, pineapple cubes, chopped peanuts, and most importantly shrimp paste gula Melaka sauce! Forget croutons and add a few fried ikan kering pedas for that crunchy element.

They also have a small spread of Indonesian staples like winged beans, poached lady's fingers, fried eggplants and petai seeds, as well as salted and century eggs that you can mix and match with the various sambals and sauces (sambal tomat, sambal terasi, kicap sambal and sambal bajak).

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Loves long and romantic walks to the fridge

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