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Featuring Beauty World Food Centre, Hokkaido Marche
Ellone Chan
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Soup base way too salty
Noodle was flat
Chashu is not worth mention
I won’t visit again

A lousy plate of cai peng at stall 22 which located at beauty world centre. The pork is overly sweet and porky smell is tad strong. The veggie is undercooked.
Fried fish is soggy. I left after few mouthful and feeling pissed and hungry. And it cost me $7.

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