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Featuring Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao 中国拉面小笼包 (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre), Tong Ah Eating House, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Sungei Road Laksa, Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee (Gourmet Paradise), Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu (Albert Centre Market & Food Centre), Royal J's Seafood 御马海鲜 (Jalan Besar), Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh (Rangoon Road), Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian (85 Fengshan Centre), Founder Bak Kut Teh (Bugis)
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Nothing amazing but a really solid bowl of traditional laksa. Seems like $3 is the only option so you might want to get two bowls to feel full.

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I have been finding a really solid plate of hk-style chee cheong fun since the one at Tanglin Halt Food Centre closed down and I can safely say that I found it. The "skin" of the rolls is impressive enough with its silky smooth texture and ample thickness. They are sold with different ingredients filled inside namely char siew, prawns, mushrooms and chai po. I will definitely come back for this again! 😋

What used to be one of my favourite laksas has now become an extremely disappointing offering from Toast Box. I used to like it for it's mee tai mak (chubby and short white noodles 😅) and above average freshness, fragrance and spiciness. But it's now all gone..

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Was raved by many of my colleagues on how good this is. Manage my expectations they say, and I did. Went to try this finally but wasn't blown away.

The soup was way too peppery for my liking and covers all the supposed fragrance of what you would expect in a bak kut teh soup, if any. My staples to go with bak kut teh - mee sua and fried fritters - were not up to standard too. For me mee sua must not be too thick yet maintain a certain degree of spring, fried fritters must of course be crispy.

To be frank, I'm sure there's some place that serves a much better rendition of this traditional dish. Looking forward to a really good bowl of bak kut teh; till next time.

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Traditional breakfast fix. Not shown - the other half piece of bread. Additionally shown - kopi.

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Solid bowl of peppery bkt. Highly recommend this on a rainy day. 😋

So a colleague recommended another place that serves hong you chao shou. Not complaining as this was really good even though this was my second plate of this dish in 3 days! The vinegar and chilli oil adds even more layers of tastes to the already tasty dumplings. Simple yet flavourful; highly recommend! 😋

This was one of the last dishes to be served and I was almost full but I am so glad that I mustered the courage to eat more. Except being a tad too oily, this was really really good in every way. Highly recommend. 😋

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Can't get enough of this. Go during off peak if you can as the queue during lunch or dinner time can be quite long.

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Only comes in mee sua as base together with pre-selected ingredients. And even though you can't choose the ingredients like the other Yong Tau Foo stalls, you would still want all of them anyway. Super fresh as almost everything is handmade. One of the best in SG. 😋

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Would you believe that this plate of char siew chee cheong fun is just $2.50?! That's not it. The stall owners made it themselves fresh there and it was really good! Generous servings and fresh ingredients! 😋

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forever hungry.

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