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Featuring The Hungry Caveman, Garçons (Essen at The Pinnacle), Grain Traders (100AM), Xin Hao Ramen, Tian Wai Tian Fishhead Steamboat (Serangoon), NOW Noodles +, RK Eating House, Japan Foods Garden, LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (Bugis Junction), Yentafo Kruengsonge (Cineleisure)
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Lu Rou Fan ($5.50)
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Super Lu Rou Fan by Grandma Braised Pork Rice located at Tanjong Pagar Plaza. The portion of pork belly was generous and I liked how the pork doesn’t just fully disintegrate and retained a bit of bite. Penang style chilli was also shiok as there was anchovies mixed in. Overall a very satisfying lunch treat.

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Prawn Laksa Pasta ($17.90)
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Pasta and laksa both done right @menagecafesg . The laksa gravy was rather thick and the prawn portion was generous. Best time spent here with your furkids.

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Spit Roasted Chicken Set ($23)
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The aroma of roasted chix @chicolocosg permeated the space so much that it didn’t take us long to decide having our lunch here. Prices were definitely on the steep side but the chicken is cooked to perfection and the charred skin was just too delicious to waste away. There are 4 different sauces you can pick for dips. My fave would be the green peppercorn & jalapeno gravy as it added a zesty dimension to the chicken. Also recommend to try the bone broth ($3). Tasted like all the goodness from the bones have been extracted into the broth

Dry Bak Kut Teh ($8)
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Awesome caramelization in this bowl of dry version BKT @oldstreetbkt . Glad to have tried this instead of ordering the usual soup set. Slightly sticky, mildly spicy and viscous gravy that went so well with the rice. There was both pork belly and pork rib pieces in the claypot. Dipping our youtiao side into the gravy was also simply delicious.

Mazesoba Nogoya Style ($12.80)
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Noodles topped with spicy minced pork, onsen egg, seaweed and lots of spring onions @kajiken_singapore . Mix this all up with a generous dose of the accompanying chilli oil and vinegar and you get a really tasty bowl of noodles. We also added braised pork topping which I felt was too dry, the tasty egg which was a lil too salty and the chicken karage which was the best add-on we had. They also served free refillable chicken soup. With the #burpplebeyond 1-for-1 deal, nothing much to complain about here!

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Char Siew Wanton Noodle ($5.80)
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Touted as one of the top 10 wanton noodles locally, @wongkeewantonnoodle serves up generous slices of charsiew and a mixture of fried and cooked wantons. Noodles is of a thinner texture and did the task of soaking up the sauce. Overall a decent plate of noodles but I have my favourites.

Ox Tongue Noodles ($14.50)
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My absolute favourite noodles @chuanhungnoodle , this bowl has everything on point. Thinly sliced ox tongue and rice noodles sitting in a bowl of vine pepper soup. The soup had a slightly numbing effect on the tongue and is slurpworthy.

Ba Chor Hei Pasta ($15)
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A modern twist to the popular ba chor mee @boufesg , the mee kia is replaced with angel hair pasta coated with a slick thyme soy sauce. Mushroom and prawn fritters, sous vide egg and shallots top the pasta. Overall, the pasta coated with the egg paired well with the crispy fritters and my favourite part of the dish was the fried shrimps. The minced pork flavour was a little lacking though.

Salted Egg Fries ($12)
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One of the best basket of salted egg fries from @menagecafesg . The salted egg sauce was thick and aromatic and coated even the fries at the lower layers. Best part about this cafe is that you can bring along your furkids!

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Vermicelli with Grilled Pork and Spring Roll ($9.50)
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Never a fan of vietnamese food but @mrspho changed my opinion. This bowl of dry vermicelli is full of flavour with its sweet and mildly spicy sauce poured and mixed into the bowl. The pork slices were a tad dry but the spring rolls were very crispy with an ultra thin skin and lots of meat in it.

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Lechon Sisig ($14)
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2nd visit here after the first failed attempt due to the incessant queue that moves at a snail’s pace. A first time trying Filipino cuisine and so stoked that the experience was an absolute pleasure. The sisig is essentially made from chopped up parts of the pig’s head. There’s even chopped up pig’s ears added to this mix. So much flavour with a smoky charred taste and this went really well with white rice.

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Fried Crispy Pig Intestines ($5.50)
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Probably the best crispy intestines I have ever had and all for just $5.50 @chuanhungnoodle . The intestines were clean and had no hint of porkiness. This is also the first time I had intestines with leek stuff in the centre. The accompanying spiced pepper powder also went so well as a dip for these babies!

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