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Bryan Soh
Bryan Soh

My parents was along Geylang around and bought the Abalone Mee Sua for me. The chilli really bring a kick to the dish and it is a very good. Will recommend my friends to come after phase 2

First time having a pure dim sum buffet for $26.80++. Lots of unique dim sum such as truffle bun and fried red bean with banana in it. Downside is that it is only available from Mon-Fri excluding public holiday 3-6pm

Tried their Dong Pou Rou ($16.90). It is not bad but it is not the best I have tried. I would say trying to make dong pou rou is not bad but it is not the best I have eaten

When we first saw the menu, we noticed a $12 duck and thought that it is just for the stir fried duck. Little we realised, the $12 is the cost of frying the duck that comes together when we order the $78 Peking duck. We kind of felt cheated as it wasn't very clear to us and in the end we had to pay $90 just for the duck set. I feel that the menu should be more clearer to avoid such situation

After trying their Hakka Tofu Bowl at Yishun before, decided to go to their Woodlands Outlet a try where they served Lok Lok.

The Mee Jian Kueh was being taught from the Munchi Delight from Yishun and it was good. The Hakka Tofu Bowl was great too. However, the Lok Lok was a disappointment. It wasn't as flavour as those in JB. Is just like deep fried with no seasoning on it.

Although it is stated 4-10, there was already queue being formed at 5pm when I came. When it was around 5.30pm, full shell cockles is no longer available. By 6pm, gong gong is not available and 7pm, mussel is not available.

The half shell cockles and pork was good but I find that queuing for 2hrs is not really worth it and more stock should be prepared.

My previous attempt didn't manage to get to try their chicken wings but this time, manage to get it. Each chicken wing cost $1.80 and minimum order is 2.

The fragrance is there and it is quite flavourful. However, I don't think I will spend $1.80 on a chicken wing

After 2 failed attempt, I manage to catch the stall and order their Hakka Tofu Bowl ($5.50).

The rice use is Japanese short grain rice compared to the usual Jasmine white rice and it was delicious. The vegetable and the Yong Tau Foo are delicious.

They have the Thunder Tea Rice Bowl ($6.80) which the difference is having the tea.

Wanted to try their Prawn Paste Chicken Wing with rice but they only have Prawn Paste Cutlet left and not even rice was available. Ultimately, had to get the rice elsewhere. The Chicken was crispy and have lots of flavour. The chili given really give it a kick. Only downside was that it wasn't cook to order and the chicken was served cold to me. It would be good if they refry it.

Had the XLX Seafood White Been Hoon ($6.30 = $5.80 + $0.50 tray which can be refunded) and broth was flavourful and delicious

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Not often Black Bak Kut Teh is offered in hawker centre but this small shop in Marsiling offered it.

Soup was nice and price was cheap. Spend a total of $29.50 for medium Bak Kut Teh, small pig tail bone, large intestine, beancurd skin, mushroom, salted vegetable and two bowl of rice.

After trying a few times by myself, I decided to bring my family to give it a try. We ordered a total of 20 items for $26.

The thing that confuse me is they tend to have stock out before their closing time. By right, they should be close by 9pm. However, when I tried to go the first time, it was already closed by 8pm. Today, when I went about 6.20pm, half the item is not available and they seems like going to close.

I would suggest management to update the actual opening hour of the ship to prevent any wasted trip.

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