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NUS FAT Club
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As they crack open your green thorny babies with precision, a detailed visual inspection and small prod of the finger weeds out the unripe seeds, which are quickly discarded and replaced with fresh ones. When all is well, the creamy bittersweet chunks are laid to rest in a plastic box and sealed, so you can bring them onto trains and buses without anyone knowing. Or you could just eat them here. Excellent and reliable service—I mean come on, which store would replace an individual seed for you? ($20/kg for MSW) @ahsengdurian
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I mean if you made the effort to come all the way here, why ruin the experience by ordering takeaway? ($4/4.30) @nyloncoffee
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They’re really crisp and nicely cleaned, and would make great beer snacks—but can someone explain why their Kway Chap here is so god damn expensive? This came as part of a set for 2 for $23.60
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Their cold-pressed coconut milk is rich and creamy without being overpowering, and combines beautifully with the deep, smoky gula melaka sourced from Sarawak. I’m usually not a fan of red beans but those here aren’t overly sweet or cloying, and played their part perfectly in this balanced dessert. @oldamoychendol

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You should get the smaller crabs which are usually sweeter, and the ones I got were surprisingly meaty too. I still much prefer that place with no signboard (hands down) but this is decent enough. ($56 for 2)

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The chicken is freshly fried, being crispy and tender, and you get to dunk it in the curry gravy which is rich and flavourful, yet extremely drinkable. Now you just need to pick between this and the laksa yong tau foo (or get both like I did). No Go
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They have 6 other kinds of noodles here, but this dish deserves to be in its own starring role. The laksa gravy has a perfect balance of spice and coconut cream without being too heavy, while the pieces of YTF soak up the gravy nicely. As outstanding as their curry.
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Also, shoutout to the girl who sent my table 3 plates of the fried bean curd skin with shrimp ($6.30) even though I only ordered 1, because she struck off the wrong item from the receipt the first time, and struck off the correct item twice afterwards. 3 for the price of 1? I gladly ate them all. Do your job properly kids. @thwsingapore
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Pretty please? @parkbenchdeli @rositasdeluxe @buttersydney
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It does not, however fresh it may be. The noodles are silky smooth but the gravy doesn’t have much going on—it’s mostly peppery and savoury from soy sauce. The prawns are sweet and tender too, but this isn’t something you’d usually want to eat or stand in line for, especially if you’re only going to get the regular chicken version.

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Consistency issues aside, it’s still a tasty plate of noodles that I wouldn’t mind having for breakfast, even though crispness is their entire schtick.

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The amount of food you order should always fill the table @nusfatclub No Go❌ Can Go👌🏼 Must Go 👍🏻

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