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Back at my favourite cai fan stall again. Love love the spinach.

Cheap and delicious. The veggies were flavourful but not too salty, the herbal chicken was seasoned perfectly and was soft and tender and finally a cai fan stall that serves such a generous portion of rice!! Forever my favourite cai fan in the whole of Singapore.

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Tried the famous claypot chicken rice at Malaysia Boleh. The sauce was really flavourful, the chicken was soft and the rice crispy. However, I feel the meal will be more complete with some veggies and salted egg. I also tried the curry mee which was pretty nice and some of the soon kueh, png kueh, chive kueh, lor Mai Kai and rice dumpling which were all average in taste. I also got the hainan white bread which was soft and sweet.

Cheap and yummy chicken rice that comes with a huge bowl of piping hot cabbage soup! The rice was fragrant and the chicken was well cooked!

Decent sliced fish bee Hoon but the portion was way too little.

Surprisingly delicious bowl of sliced fish soup from a stall that specialises in Ban Mian. The soup was savoury with a strong ginger taste and the fish was really fresh. And they added spinach instead of the usual lettuce which I dislike! It was a very satisfying and simple meal to heal my upset stomach. Can’t wait to actually try the ban mian!

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The ban mian was soggy, soup salty and there was too much minced meat. But I do like the mushroom though.

My economical rice was NOT economical at all. I was shocked to find out my simple dinner of steamed chicken and 2 veggies was $6! To be fair, the chicken was well steamed and flavoured but the vegetables were overly salty.

Light and warm meal for a rainy cold day like this. Really love the steamed chicken at Papparich! It’s so tender and the sauce is just the right amount of sweetness and saltiness. The congee was also surprisingly flavourful especially with the soft boiled egg. Also tried some of the toasts there which tastes so crunchy and good!! :)

Hainanese chicken rice for dinner at RWS Malaysian food street. The rice was fragrant but the chicken was all bones, I barely had a few bites of meat.

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Yummy comforting bowls of kway chap. Salted vegetables was a little bland but really love the peanuts and it was overall a cheap satisfying meal 😊

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