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Atas Hawker

Food thats supposed to be in a hawker or is in a hawker but priced above normal
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Actually pretty good. Chicken was juicy and succulent, well marinated and even slightly smoky. Enjoyed this quite a bit

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Minced chicken that's well spiced enough with coleslaw and onsen egg. Rice was slightly hard though but overall ok

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Sio bak here also got standard one. Crispy skin, fatty pork, and that seductive pinkness. While the charsiew is good do leave stomach space for the siobak as well!

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Pictured above is the 6$ portion of char siew

Quite different from the Dian xiao er version, the danggui duck here also had a unique sweet danggui aroma and lots of flavour in the skin, though the skin wasn't too crispy. Duck meat was passably tender and it was quite lean. Still a great option nonetheless, esp considering that danggui ducks are hard to come by

Charsiew was absolutely bomb though. Very well marbled meat that was cooked to chewy perfection so that you as you keep chewing you keep releasing more and more of that divine smokiness from the flawlessly charred exterior. Though some people may prefer it to be more tender, I quite like this sort of texture esp when it comes with so much flavour.

P.S. tbh not sure if it's placed under the correct location since the eateries are side by side and store name stretches across both places as well. If anyone knows please inform me!

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Pampered by crispy prata lately but this hits hard in terms of nostalgia.

Well-toasted, flaky kosong prata that soaks up the generous thick and spicy fish curry really well. I tot the egg parts needed a bit more browning but turns out the parts without egg were already really crispy. Overall a fantastic choice for standard prata

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DK why but this particular combination of Kaya and peanut butter just tasted weird. While the bread was quite fluffy and chewy there wasn't enough spread to the amount of bread

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Cheese taste wasn't very prominent and there wasn't enough Kaya to go along with it. But most surprisingly there's only 2 pcs of bread while the rest all have 4

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Fragrant(can smell as soon as it hits the table) and extremely coconutty as advertised. The texture was really velvety but I felt the burntness of the toast overwhelming the taste of the Kaya. My friend however could perceive the taste of the Kaya through the toast and he absolutely loved it

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Truly lives up to the hype. Basically the break up steak except with sirloin instead of ribeye. While sirloin is commonly regarded as the tougher cut compared to ribeye and leaner, this one was excellent. Sure there was some connective tissue that made it chewy but the texture of the steak itself was flawless. Good amount of crust and so much flavour contained inside. Really juicy as well. It was nothing like any other steak I've tasted, just as they said. Best steak I've had period

Btw it came with pepper that u grind yourself in a weird mortar and pestle, as well as garlic salt. Really does make a difference

The sides were really good as well. Their usual unique mushroom with a really sweet caramelised baby carrot(it was so sweet my friend thought it was sweet potato at first). Finally mash that's quite decent(again not the ubiquitous kind, it's slightly grainy)

Update: they don't dry age, they don't sous vide. So how they get the consistent pink and so much flavour is completely beyond me

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As usual, bouncy, flaky flesh without any fishy smell at all. As simple as it gets but utterly delicious. For the quality it's also quite affordable as the total bill came out to be 22nett per pax

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Really generous bowl of soup that's very comforting and has a few small pieces of pork ribs. Really nice when you're down with flu

Really light and not greasy at all. Not for those who prefer stronger flavours like myself

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