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First thing I found interesting was that it's Hokkiens cooking Cantonese congee. More importantly, this renowned stall lived up to its renown. Intense and complex. Quite impossible to find this quality at this price point. My only gripe is there's too much ginger!

These may look like ordinary food, but the chicken rendang and chap chye were another league. Ordinary food done well. The leek and bergedil were more ordinary. I appreciate the bowl of gravy they serve everyone!

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Nothing much. The noodles and seasoning taste like how Malaysian noodles are, although that's a decent bar.

Again, more like curry lah. Basic ingredients although it has that cracker. Beehoon thicker than Singapore's thick beehoon too.

Comprises sliced pork and minced pork. Abject failure. It baffles me how a famous brand can produce such tasteless food. It was only lifted by the soya sauce and egg yolk.

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Identity crisis. It's unlike most dry handmade noodles. And hard-boiled egg? It manages to look decent due to my fried shallots and spring onion.

Hawker has been frying this dying dish for more than 50 years. It shows. For someone quite particular about ckt, I found this very balanced. It's wet, which I like, but not too wet. It has a moderate level of wok hei. There's enough of each ingredient without any eyesore. If wanton mee for example is the sum of its parts, ckt should be a test of how everything becomes one. This stall is the standard bearer.

Skipped the chicken wing of the only trinity that deserve ordering here. Today's French beans smelled funny but maybe because they had been sitting there for hours.

Individual portion but $7.80. Way overpriced for the few ingredients I took. Instant mee instead of rice. Reliable but very oily.

I would say half Penang style, which I guess is good enough. Wok hei and lots of lard.

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

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