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Featuring Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint (Upper Paya Lebar), Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Tang Tea House (Jalan Kayu), Kim Heng (HK) Roasted Delights 金兴香港烧腊, Encik Tan (Kallang Wave Mall), Ali Khan Restaurant, Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow (Telok Blangah Crescent Market & Food Centre), Cheers Cut, il Piccolo Pizzeria, Noi's Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles
Thiam Peng Tan
Thiam Peng Tan
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This remains one of those ckt that are satisfying but miss out on greatness. And somehow, whereas most ckt you get one taste, here the fishcake is distinct.

Ayam lemak, chap chye and chilli potato. Just look at that gigantic serving. Plus nasi padang is one food you never have to ask for more gravy.

Taiwanese cuisine apparently. Don't ask me what O stands for. Anyway if this is their signature item, their end is near.

Look at how wet this is. It even had bits of meat which at other places they charge extra. Its only flaw was the amount of Maggi powder, which made it taste like, well, instant noodle.

The chicken was usual zichar standard, so I guess they're targeting customers who can't buy a whole plate of it. The rice surprisingly was chicken rice. The egg passed. The chilli was fantastic. I guess my point is, they didn't add up to a gratifying whole, especially given the queue.

Clearly a soft launch with teething issues. The set for two was supposed to come with a medium wanton soup, but we were served individual bowls, which they couldn't properly explain. The set was pricier than separate plates but we couldn't break down why we're charged more. Their rice ball is the novelty, but it's significantly less than the normal rice, so again I'm not sure what's up. Fortunately, the meat and chilli were good.

Although cooked by Thais, this is disappointing. It can't match up to Singapore fried rice, let alone Thai fried rice.

Rather wet stir-fry but I'm not complaining. Meat was so-so.

I know they've declined since changing hands, but the restaurants were still okay. Ironic the original stall served me mediocre char siew. It's certainly well honeyed but isn't Kay Lee always fat? Somehow the noodles and seasoning were the highlights.

Halal Chinese food. Meat is decent, with lean and fat cuts. Soup is uniquely herbal with big shiitake mushrooms. Noodles also quite unique.

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

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