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Standard Drop / Ok Ok Lor.....

Standard Drop / Ok Ok Lor.....

Featuring Xin Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao 鑫鹏拉面小笼包 (Yishun), BGAIN 293 Eating House
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Price: $4

The dumplings are really good!!! The skin is thin with generous juicy meat inside :) But the noodles and its sauce soso only lor. So if you are ard yishun and you are craving for some dumplings, can try this! They do sell dumplings separately.. i think $5 for 10 if im not wrong :)

📍鑫鹏拉面小厨 @ Yishun BLK 292

Price: $4
Rating: 2.5/5

This is the changi village hokkien mee at 200+ yishun (i think blk 293??). The standard dropped. It was nice previously when i tried but This time round was disappointing. The dish is not well fried enough to bring out the wokhei robust flavour :( probably coz too many orders during lunchtime so the standard not there...... but i still like the gooey texture!! I prefer the vermicelli (chu mifen) to be thicker though.

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