Local shiok!

Local shiok!

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Andrew Tan
Andrew Tan

At $4.50 for small portion...I won't say it's super cheap especially since service and ambience is at the bare minimum no frills.
Go around 1115am to avoid the lunch crowd

Chose the middle size, consider it very value for money.
Fat hums in each spoonful!
Uncle looks overworked and gaining on age :(
Better come eat soon before he retires...
Old school, traditional vibe!

Very unique compared to the standard Singapore wanton noodles because of its generous light coloured salty gravy topped after noodles are blanched

BUT as far as coffeeshop wanton noodles go...small portion for noodles and wanton @ $5

Little bugger that they accepted cash only. Too spoilt by cashless options around haha

A variety of Ba Chor Mee / Fishball noodles options at this hardworking young hawker stall!
Open till late!

Despite being sweet, it doesn't taste unhealthy...if you know what I mean and which is one of the reasons why I eat less char kuay teow in general

Even though they don't serve $2 ckt anymore although that's one of the reasons they got quite a bit of news PR in the past...I think it's fair. $2 food in tiong bahru would be way much of a steal. $3 with hum and all the liao is good value!

One of the few stalls with a 15-min wait queue on a Sunday afternoon, so it's doing something right.

Definitely come back to support!

Comes with deshelled prawns + yellow noodles, thin bee hoon or mixed. Downer for me because don't have the thick bee hoon that I favour.
Soup was really sweet-tasty, may not be everyone's cup of tea (or broth).
Comes with a side of har cheong (prawn paste) pork ribs.
At this price, as I was eating I had a conversation with my wife, is it value for money??? Conclusion was, yes if you compare with ramen. Why ramen can charge $15+++ for no liao??? BUT less value for money when you compare to hawker prawn mee la...the har cheong pork rib can't cost $7 more right? So the premium comes from Chef Kang's Michelin brand.

Another Downer - only cash accepted. For a small restaurant eatery set up, I expect more convenience.

Stall serves up duck rice, kway chup and chicken noodles...a wide range really. They even send your order to your seat! Something rare at food centres these days.

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$3.30 only for thin noodles, 2 soup wanton, 1 fried wanton, healthy portion of Char Siew and Chye Sim.
Shiok!

I love yong tau foo
I love curry / laksa
I love curry yong tau foo
But this stall's one was incredibly disappointing. Dont ever order it!
To be fair, ive not tried their original yong tau foo, so I won't say dont patronise this stall...just dont order the laksa yong tau foo ok!

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Loy Kee is a household chicken rice restaurant, with small number of branches including food stall at Whampoa Market.
Theirs is a Cantonese type of chicken rice...so their chilli cmi.

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All about the local flavours

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