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Hawker Eats

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Jason Ng
Jason Ng

Love the soup from the prawn and pork ribs noodles ($6) here as you can taste the fragrance of the prawn within the soup itself. Portion wise isn't too bad; quite bit of pork ribs were given together with the prawn!

Of course, some wu xiang to go with your noodles is recommended 😍

You may leave this place smelling like smoke, but it guaranteed that you will leave with a happy belly. From famous chicken wings to sambal stingrays to beautifully charred satays, all food was really good. But what stood out was the oyster omelette at Ang Sa Lee ($8 for this medium portion) it is more starchy as compared to their other stalls I've tried in Singapore and I love the slight chewiness. Don't worry, it still have some crispiness and char to go with it as well!

Don't ever underestimate this bowl of minced meat noodles ($4) as I absolutely love the springiness of the noodles combined with the ultimate umami flavours coming from the chilli. I've been visiting this stall for years and the quality stays constant throughout! Totally my regular bowl of bak chor mee whenever I'm craving for it!

My Father's Minced Meat Noodle

Glutinous rice balls from Ah Balling have been consistently good since their opening and I absolutely love the chewy texture of the balls and their creamy peanuty filling 😍 4 rice balls with soup is only $2.20!

Got the Bruno mixed grill ($32.80) and the meat were burnt and really tough. They were also really salty, including the fries given as a side. What can I say, the mashed potato was the best thing on the plate. Probably not coming back again.


The fish head steamboat's soup was rather sweet, and the fish parts were very fresh. We ordered a couple of sides as well, and the prawn paste chicken was a hit, but the salted egg yolk prawns were not, as the prawns weren't that fresh. Our bill amounted to $120 plus for 7 people, which is rather steep considering the amount that we ordered.

Dabao-ed a packet of black carrot cake ($2.80) from my neighbourhood coffeeshop and I must say their carrot cake do have the standards.

The portions are huge (equal portions of egg and carrot cake too) and it is really fragrant too. The chilli is probably what that stands out most from other stalls, as it has the full on flavour of the fermented shrimps. However it is REALLY spicy so just take a little!

Tried this stall my first time today, and the first thing I noticed was the different noodle used. The Maggi noodles were thinner in size, but they do soak up the mala flavours more. Portions are generous as me and my friend ordered a $20 bowl but we were unable to finish!

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Think you will only get bursts of soup from xiao long baos? Think again as this stall's wo tie (pan fried dumplings) ($6 for 10) have that same bursts of meat juices spilling out of the skin the moment you bite onto them.

The chilli dumplings ($4.50 for 10) are really good as well, as the skin was silky smooth, the fillings were equally as flavourful, and the chilli vinegar sauce sure packed a punch.

Such high quality dumplings sure brings me back to my holidays in China, and its great to know I can eat them here in my home country.


The claypot rice at Sembawang traditional claypot rice ($19.80 for L) really has the smoky taste that I was looking for! The rice was really flavourful as well, and they really didn't skim on the ingredients. Try out their seafood da ru mian as well, as the warm gravy packs the seafood goodness that is addictive!


Tried the grilled chicken chop ($4.50) from fins and feathers and it was a decently grilled chicken with a crispy crust. Though the sauce can be better, the fries were good as they were crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Great for a casual meal!

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For those who have not tried soup Bak Chor Mee, it's really different from the usual chilli bak chor mee you can get anymore, as what matters alot is the soup brewed. This stall's soup BCM boasts a light and slight porky broth. The pork balls are the normal ones you can get from supermarkets. Overall it is a decent bowl of noodles that is worth getting for supper, as they open till rather late.

Jason Ng

Level 6 Burppler · 170 Reviews

Love to travel for food and seek new places to satisfy my appetite 😋

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