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Just $5.40 after discount for this massive plate. Yes, Japanese curry should always be generous, but the difference here was the portion of cutlet and rice too. Meat felt neverending. It's obviously not the best but hey, it's in a hawker centre.

Butter naan was good, garlic naan was what you'd expect. Chicken was nothing special. The meat in this dish should always be tender, and it was, but lacked a spark.

Or stir-fried horfun. Given my good times here, this was my first ordinary meal, although I'm not saying it's bad.

Old-school stall. They make the effort to toast the bun, but I prefer oily bun. I also prefer the other kind of battered fish. I also don't like fat fries.

Whenever there's all that gravy, extra rice is compulsory. We went with sambal chicken, tapioca leaves, sambal goreng and bergedil. It was midday and there weren't many dishes. It was also interesting eating that veg for the first time. Even the breast meat in the chicken was quite tender.

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Rather ordinary in lieu of its reputation. The fried fish were big and tastier than the fish slices though.

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Reliable comfort food I appreciate being nearby. Here I have sambal chicken, onion omelette, cabbage and bergedil. Fyi although it's run by Chinese, food here doesn't taste like usual economical rice.

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Not bad, although the star were the prawns. Tough to find better carrot cake prawns elsewhere. I also appreciate chilli on the side - carrot cake is one of those food I believe should be tasted without chilli.

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Mushrooms are of good quality and overall better than most hawker pasta, but it's strangely bland so I'm not totally won over.

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Quite good despite waiting rather long before consuming. Probably much better if consumed immediately. Nice touch to pair fishballs with ba chor.

Eaten here a few times when I'm in the area. Decent, not special, and obviously pricier than other local food.

Voracious foodie who often doesn't snap photos of his food, making him a bad Burppler.

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