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Hawker Food

Hawker Food

Featuring Hambaobao, Buta Kin (Beauty World Food Centre), He Zhong Carrot Cake (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), Nyonya Chendol (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), Peter's Pan Western Food (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), Big Boys Sizzling Hotplate (Beauty World Food Centre), Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Holland Village)
John Tan
John Tan

Slightly pricey for the small portion but the noodles were a great QQ consistency and paired well with the delicious fatty char siew. The bits of lard were welcomed and the crispy wanton was well seasoned.

The dish was somewhat oily but the mala mala was spicy but not overpowering. A guilty but satisfying dish.

For $5.50, this was super worth it coming with a heaping pile of rice, buried within was a big piece of mutton which was fall off the bone-tender. The rice was very aromatic with numerous cashews and was good enough to be eaten on it's own without anything else. The curry complimented the rice well. The star of the dish was the 🍚!!!

The garlic oil was flavourful though slightly oily but overall the dish was well executed. The pork was great with one side charred and the other side soft and fatty. The pork broth was one of the best I had ever tasted, very flavourful and rich.

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Thai chicken rice is only $2.50 and it's the same price for roasted, steamed or lemon chicken. For the price it is very worth it, the rice is flavourful and not too oily. Though the chicken portion may be less compared to other places. The soup is just chong with hot soup, nothing amazing. One interesting thing is the grated ginger which is greenish yellow and though it lacks salt provides a new dimension to the dish.

This my go to for carrot cake, but now they have increased the price from $2 to $2.50!! But still the standard is maintained and consistent with the outer layer crisp with a soft cake like eggy texture on the inside.

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The Ayam Buah Keluak Burger ($5) was really satisfying with the heavy rich meat contrasted with the soft and tasty chap chye. Additionally, the fairy cut fires were really good. As each order is made to order, you may have to wait a while.

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The chicken cutlet ($6) was served with a large serving of piping hot wedges with coleslaw and baked beans. The coleslaw was fresh and was still cold unlike many places which serve it lukewarm. The tomato sauce on top of the chicken was a tad bit tasteless but none the less was a great accompaniment to the chicken cutlet.

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This $2 chendol with red bean was refreshing on a hot day and the red beans had a bite to it, coupled with the thick coconut milk and hula melaka, it was really good!!!

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