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Sinfully Delicious

Sinfully Delicious

Featuring Market Street Interim Hawker Centre, Rich & Good Cake Shop (Kandahar), Tong Heng Confectionery (Chinatown), Supreme Pork Chop Rice, King Of Fried Rice (Golden Mile Tower), Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah, Old Amoy Chendol (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre), Mr Lorbak (Ubi), McDonald's (Junction 8), 603 Tau Sar Piah
Klion Chung
Klion Chung

These takoyaki balls are so yummy! Bigger and definitely tastier than the usual takoyaki balls you can find outside. Topped with a generous amount of bonito flakes, sauce, and mayonnaise. So good!

If you know who’s Amy Yip, you will know why this bun is called Ye Zhi Mei Da Bao. The bun is as big as my whole hand. It’s packed full of well marinated meat and a hard boiled egg. Definitely worth the calories!

This is so good, especially on a hot sunny day! I like that you can actually adjust the level of sweetness by asking for less or more gula Melaka. I ask for less sweet, the boss told me if not enough I can come back to ask for more gula Melaka. The green strips are so fragrant, full of pandan taste.

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Served with a generous serving of crispy pork chop, the pork chop is well-marinated and tender. The curry gravy reminds me of laksa gravy. It kind of tastes like a mixture of laksa and curry gravy, creamy and tasty in a good way and not too spicy. The hor fun is smooth and goes really well with the curry gravy. Pretty good, I’ll definitely try this again when I’m around this area.

I usually just get the tau sar piah but since I have craving for Siew Bao, I decided to give it a try. This is surprisingly good. The fillings are generous, tasty and moist. The pastry skin is crispy and not too thick. I’ll definitely be back for this.

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Balestier is not only famous for the Bak Kut Teh, but it’s also a famous street for Tau Sar Piah. Having tried all the tau sar piah along the street, Loong Fatt is still my all-time fav. Hands down the best Tau Sar Piah I’ve ever had! They only have two flavors, salted/sweet tau sar. I preferred the salted tau sar. If you haven’t tried their tau sar piah, what are you waiting for? There’s always a long queue during lunch. Go aft 3 pm, no queue. Lol~

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A comforting bowl of braised pork rice. Braised pork is braised for 14 hours, that explains how tender and tasty is the meat.

The egg fried rice is perfectly fried with the grains still maintaining its fluffiness. It’s packed with wok hei and fragrant aroma from the eggs. The highlight of the dish is the pork chop. It’s surprisingly tender and well-marinated. Definitely worth the calories!

Back here again for lunch coz I really miss the pork chop! This time I chose plain rice instead of fried rice. Then I realized they give different side dishes for plain rice. I asked if I could change one of the side dishes to egg, the answer is no.😅 Even though it’s plain rice, it was served with a light gravy so it’s not too dry. Strangely, I actually prefer this over the fried rice.

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Simple yet tasty pork chop fried rice. $4.50 for plain rice, $5 for fried rice. The pork chop is crispy and well-seasoned. The serving is huge. Fried rice is home-cooked style though without wok hei but it’s acceptable .

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Didn’t get to try it when they launched this last time. It’s pretty rich and not too sweet at first bite, but it gets jelak towards the end. Make sure to eat it while it’s hot. Overall quite nice, I like it but I won’t eat it too often cos it’s really heaty.

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