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Featuring A Noodle Story (Amoy Street Food Centre), Tong Ah Eating House, Mr and Mrs Mohgan's Super Crispy Roti Prata, Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry, Sungei Road Laksa, Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee (Gourmet Paradise), Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, Ji Xiang Confectionery, Mizzy's Corner (Changi Village Hawker Centre), Baan by Rochor Thai
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The horfun was really smooth and went well with the sauce and chilli. The chicken was fragrant and tender plus the skin was slightly crispy too!

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Ya Kun is having a promo now and you get to buy their value sets at $0.50 when you download and pay with their app! I really like their steamed bread because they’re nice and fluffy too!

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The steam bread with peanut butter was fluffy and the peanut butter was nice and thick too! The crispy toast was thin and crispy indeed. Each set costs $4.90 and includes 2 eggs and a drink!

The rice was fragrant and went well with the sambal chilli. The chicken wing and ikan bilis were all very crispy too! It was great because I didn’t have to queue long and for $3.50, the portion was pretty decent as well.

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With a western twist to the min jiang kueh, this shop has a cookie butter flavoured ($3) pancake. For someone who loves speculoos the pancake goes well and complements the speculoos too!

This pancake ($4.20) is crispy on the outside and the ingredients inside were of a generous serving. They serve the pancakes fresh and the combination of luncheon meat, cheese and egg was really delicious too!

This bowl of ramen was worth the 20 minutes of queueing because they prepare every bowl on demand! The noodles were springy and the char siew was tender. The fried prawn was very crispy too!

The chicken biryani ($9) was served in a huge portion. The rice tasted light and fluffy and this was easy to eat too!

Chanced upon this place and thought the pratas looked pretty good. They turned out to be rather delicious and I realised this stall is famous after that. The prata was crispy and went so well with the cheese too

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These ang ku kueh come in many flavours and they are very generous with the fillings! The skin isn't too thick and I love the peanut one the most.

These are really great ondeh ondeh because they are juicy and they burst in your mouth!

I especially love their putu ayu and kueh dardar because the coconut and pandan are so fragrant.

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