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Exploring Neighbourhoods 🥢

Exploring Neighbourhoods 🥢

Featuring Maxwell Food Centre, Two Chefs Eating Place (Commonwealth), Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop, Zi Yean Restaurant 自然酒楼, Xiao Yang Guo Kui (Jurong East), Refuel II, Aw's Signature Minced Pork Noodle (Tanglin Halt Food Centre), Mian Jia Noodle Bar 麺家料理, The Living Room Eating House (Leng Kee Community Club), Skyville at Dawson
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Hiew Sisters ✨
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$2.20 | Flatbreads are baked to order using the inner surface of the clay oven. Super crispy and delicious! Love how generous they are with the red bean paste and it isn’t too sweet. Try to eat it while it’s hot as it gets soft after some time!

A healthier alternative if you’re looking for some snacks around the area!

Starting from $3 - $8 | Tucked in the void deck of Block 56 Lengkok Bahru in Bukit Merah, this air conditioned restaurant serves really authentic Hong Kong dim sum. Service staff were really attentive. Great place to satisfy your dim sum cravings!

$3.50 ($1.20 traditional toast, $1.20 half-boiled eggs, $1.20 teh) | Located in Maxwell Food Centre, the eggs and teh were nicely done. The kaya is a little sweet but the butter has a tint of lemony taste which is quite unique. Worth it!

$2.20 | Hop over to Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop if you’re looking for traditional kaya toast that are cheap and delicious. Kaya toast is crispy on the outside yet super fluffy on the inside! Wouldn’t recommend to get the Teh as it’s a bit diluted.

Do expect longer waiting time if you’re coming here for breakfast as it’s only handled by 2 old uncles!

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$13.90 | Hidden gem in a corner of Bukit Merah. The portion is quite generous. BBQ pulled pork is tender and flavourful. Don’t forget to ask for maple syrup! 🍯

Newly opened cosy little cafe within the Community Centre that serves really nice Ice Teh. Food is decent. Definitely a good spot for lunch/tea under a hot weather.

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$5 | Located at the coffee shop of [email protected], the tiny stall at the corner of the coffee shop serves really good dry ban mian.

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$5 | Located at the coffee shop of [email protected], the tiny stall at the corner of the coffee shop serves really good dry ban mian. This is the Thai version of it.

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$14.90 | Everything in the bowl is yummy! Unfortunately, you have to top up $1 for a small bowl of soup.

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Soft traditional bread with generous piece of otah. Perfect breakfast! 😋

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