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Can Eat Again

Featuring Burnt Ends, Park Bench Deli, Maxwell Food Centre, Aloha Poké (Amoy Street), Amoy Street Food Centre, Nanbantei Japanese Restaurant (Far East Plaza), National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore, Cha Tra Mue (Far East Square), Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen, Healthy Soba IKI
Andrea Cheah
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Have been hunting for a good one like the ones I had in Seoul a few years back, and this is definitely the closest. Light but fragrant and I’m not sure if you’re supposed to mix it but it does get a little thicker towards the end.

Not in atas (expensive) places but just good old fashioned hawker centres. Feeling alittle "meh" but just had to have this.
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Very generous portions of beef. Nice and tender. A tinge of wokhei... could be abit more wokheish. Gravy thick, gooey & not over starchy. Kway teow big and flat & not in small small pieces. Very decent plate of beef horfun and only at $4.50.
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At least my craving was appeased.
Stall name : Good Day

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Gluten free soba, made in-house with high quality ingredients imported from Japan; Healthy Soba Iki has quite a wide variety of local-inspired/ Japanese, cold/ hot soba. If soba is not your thing, there's always the option of rice bowls.

This is my favourite of the night from the cold Soba section. Served with avocado, eggs, tuna and salmon chirashi with a refreshing cold dip - mix in the wasabi for a bit of flavour and a slight spicy kick. Soba had a good bite to it!

Thank you @healthysobaiki for having us and #burpple for the kind invite.

Despite it unassuming appearance, this old school French Toast was eggy with a good char from using a grill, a switch from the usual pan-fried French Toast. Paired with their sweet, eggy and aromatic homemade kaya (which tasted akin to Tong Ah's, with similar texture and consistency) which was sandwiched between the French toast layers and served in a generous helping by the side, it was a true match make in heaven. The auntie saw how quickly I wiped out the kaya on the first piece of French toast, so she immediately offered to refill. (so kind of her!) The family which runs the shop are incredibly friendly, and their coffee here is pretty famous too, so do get a cuppa to give you extra energy to fight the day!

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This is a new item on the menu for D2TLLRY that was not featured in DSTLLRY; a special creation by Chef Christophe to “spice” up the Barachirashi set that DSTLLRY is so well known for. The cold soba blends really well with the chunky salmon and maguro which are cold items as well. Topped with a good serving of ikura and amaebi, this mild spicy dish is definitely in my list of food to go for if I’m in CBD.

And that came true for me. This Kueh Beng Kah ($9) stole my heart for its extremely pure and refined tapioca meat. With a consistency that is in between a kueh and a bread pudding, this Kueh Beng Kah is so luxuriously soft and smooth. Drenched in an incredibly thick and rich Gula Melaka sauce that is easily balanced out by the freshly squeezed coconut cream on the side, every mouthful felt like an indulgence.

National Kitchen sits on the 2nd level of National Gallery of Singapore. Nearest train station being City Hall MRT.

Deep fried beancurd skin rolled with prawns, shredded crabmeat, chicken and water chestnut seasoned with five spiced powder. The filling is made of chunky pieces of the ingredients which gives you a satisfying crunch into it, instead of them being all mashed up. The ngoh hiang is also double fried, which made it extra light and crispy!

Ever had yong tau foo with Chee Cheong Fun? I had not till last Tuesday! I'm so grateful for cheap yet yummy food that is around office. Their Chee Cheong Fun is the bestseller. Their soup is not oily & flavorful. Their fish paste stuffing was great, especially their bitter gourd that doesn't taste bitter at all. Commendable 👍🏻

A combination of what I love the most. Orh nee in tart form! The orh nee is not overly sweet and definitely yammy enough for me. The tart is buttery and crunchy! This two makes such a good combination. This tart is ready at 12pm and gets sold out by the time lunchtime is over. It is only $1 each!