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Yan Fang Lim
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The “kueh” itself is quite fragrant, covered with pan-fried eggs. Not much of the “chai po” (preserves turnip) found, so overall is not as tasty as it seems. However thanks to their belacan chili that packs a punch, it enhances the carrot cake greatly. (S$2.50).

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Mixing the perfectly poached onsen egg together with the rice, every mouth of rice I ate gives off a very fragrance seaweed taste. Not sure why there’s seaweed fragrance when I can’t find any dried seaweed in the bowl. The pork cheek was soft and super tender, the sauce on the pork cheek enhanced the flavor. However, I find the pork cheek not juicy and fragrance (w/out the sauce) enough. Nevertheless, it’s a good bowl of pork cheek bento found at hawker place.

(S$12)

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Comes in cubes on a stick. Looks pretty plain. Despite the dry-looking outer appearance, the tenderness following the little crust from the slightly burnt exterior completes the taste of this beef skewer. Beef taste is not over-powering, good enough to eat even without the sauce.

(S$6)

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Looks like a normal Japanese don dish with chicken, scallops, fish roe and tamago. The chicken though soft, gives off a slightly burnt taste just the way I love it. However, the scallops is lackluster. The tamago is perfectly done, soft and tasty. The little roe tinge the bowl lightly with the taste of the sea. Mixing it with the rice gave off a creamy taste.
Oh wait! There are bacon bits (I wish there is more) enhanced and gave the whole don a level up!

(S$14)

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Refreshing, the black tea was light and you can taste the fragrance of lychee with every mouth (S$4).

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I would said that the black sesame spread along with the slab of butter was good, but the toasted bread was awful. I believe the bread used was wholemeal bread that can be bought from any supermarkets. The thin toasted bread was super dry and stale. In my opinion, it’s totally a wrong choice of bread used for toasting. I wouldn’t order the toast again due to the bread itself, even though the spread was good. (S$3.50).

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Sea salt is insignificant, the aroma of coffee is stronger with tinge of caramel. The sweetness level is just right, not overly sweet. (S$4.50).

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Dory Fish is smooth and soft, no fishy smell. The amount of fish given is quite a lot for the burger at a affordable price (S$5.50).

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The pork belly (sio bak) skin is super crispy and hard for biting. With hosin and mustard sauce, the burger is nice as it is filled with large portion of pork belly at a affordable price (S$5.50). Eat the fairy fries while it is still hot (S$1.50).

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This springy egg noodles doesn’t have any alkaline taste and there isn’t any fat found in the char siew, therefore it was abit tough. The wanton fillings was just nice, not overloaded with mouthful of wanton skin. Overall, it was a decent wanton noodles (S$3).

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Warm, soft and fragrant. Most important, it is not oily at all! Definitely gonna visit this stall again if I’m nearby the area. (S$0.60).

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