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Hawker/Food court

Featuring CCK 302 Foodhouse, Song Fish Soup (Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre), Char-Grill Bar (347 Bukit Batok)
Dave Tan
Dave Tan
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I have been craving for a decent plate of Hokkien Mee for ages and when I discovered there is a new Hokkien Mee stall near my place, I decided to settle my dinner at the familiar coffee shop and get a queue number.

You can buy the Hokkien Mee for $5 or $7. Of course, I got the $7 plate of Hokkien Mee to satisfy my cravings.

The chili really packs a punch while the noodles tend to gravitate towards the sweet side. I wished the portion was bigger for $7. Overall, the taste is still okay but not spectacular.

The Fish Noodle Soup from Song Fish Soup is flavourful and has a clean taste to it. The soup is good but there is nothing to shout about for the fish. The tangy chili sauce that contains fermented bean paste adds a kick to it. For $5 a bowl, the portions are quite generous. Light and simple.


At first glance, it’s quite an aesthetically pleasing bowl of Century Egg Lean Pork Congee($5.20) in a coffee shop setting. This new stall near my place sells Fish Soup and Congee and I think it's worth a try even though I waited quite a while.

For me, the attention to details contributes a lot to the success of a dish. The seasoning for the congee was balanced and not too salty and I like the consistency. By adding fried shallots, thin strips of egg slices and peanuts elevates this bowl of warm gooey goodness. The You Tiao is legit.

Will come back again for another bowl of congee.

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Affordable western fare in the neighbourhood.

The Char-Grilled Chicken ($6.50) was well-seasoned while I wished the Crispy Chicken ($6.50) could be more crispy. The meal came with two sides. I chose the French Fries and it was crispy while the Mexican Cheese Pasta was flavourful.

Food Enthusiast.

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