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Featuring Kim Heng (HK) Roasted Delights 金兴香港烧腊, Bee Kee Wanton Noodles (Lorong Lew Lian), Kopitiam (Plaza Singapura), Encik Tan (Kallang Wave Mall), Ali Khan Restaurant, Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow (Telok Blangah Crescent Market & Food Centre), il Piccolo Pizzeria, Cheers Cut, Hup Kee Fried Oyster Omelette (Geylang), Noi's Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles
Thiam Peng Tan
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I remember the first time I was here, it was just meh. This time, meh again. This place has a good assortment of dishes, leaning towards caifan style. But It's stingy and pricey lah.

Clearly kampong chicken, like the one at Thomson. Yellow and bone-in. The soup is so great it can be sold on its own. The rice doesn't pale compared to other brands. See how I've avoided the bird? Although I can stand bone-in chicken, when you're short on meat, it becomes a problem.

An always reliable Maggi goreng. I'm not sold about their other food though.

Very interesting dish. The saliva chicken came with an extra sauce that wettened the noodles. La mian served cold wasn't that off. As simple as they were, the peanuts added an important dimension.

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A chain for reliable xlb at a relatively low price.

Named Sio Good, which apparently has replaced Jia Le. Not bad lah.

The chicken may be why this Malay stall is so popular. Although not meaty, it's juicy and tender. Most of all, the crisps are incredibly yummy. I don't know what drug they added. Mee rebus was okay, but do note it's more soup than gravy and bean sprouts were raw, if you hate them like me.

Finally gave the Malay stall a chance. Surprisingly good and very generous like most Malay stalls. Sambal chicken, potato and sayur lodeh. Three types of chilli sauce. The chicken was a dilemma - it's fried so long the skin was heavenly, but so long the meat dried up.

A very good rendition. Lots of gravy. Not much to complain except maybe slightly salty. Wish they still had char siew though.

Went with rice for the first time and ended up drenching it with ytf's sweet sauce and chilli sauce. That meatball on the left, we all agreed it's delicious.

I have a list of grossly underrated food stalls and this is among them. For some reason I haven't reviewed their awesome soft bone noodle, but this day I tried this. Check out how big the trotter is at $4. Contrary to the photo and the Chinese name, they serve the actual trotter with all its meat and fats. As usual, springy uncluttered noodles and soup I can drink all day. Came with pig skin too.

Another of those hawker stalls serving xlb comparable to restaurants'. Now I'm eager to try their other Chinese dishes.

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

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