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Featuring Wanton Fu, Sin Kee Famous Cantonese Chicken Rice (Holland Drive), Woobbee (Tanjong Pagar)
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We went for lunch quite late near 1pm and we saw many tables ordered this chicken rice. Reckoned that this is some legit try out, I was very excited about it. The queue remained long and we were quite worried when there was only one chicken left hanging at the store (yikes!). Good thing lady luck was on our side and we managed to get the default plate which costs $3.50. Only white chicken offered, the meat was tender and soft and paired really well with the fragrant rice which was slightly soak with the "special" sauce. While it was a good plate of chicken rice, it didn't leave a very deep impression on me. I don't mind having it when I'm near the area but won't make a trip down just for this.
💁‍♀️Rate: 3.5/5
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The uncanny resemblance of the wanton noodles at Wanton Fu makes me relate to the renowed Eng's Wantan Noodles unknowingly. And true to that, I mistaken it to be Eng's Wantan Noodles at first impression. After careful observation, while the plating of the noodles and the iconic spicy chili sauce was similar, the green plates were replaced by black bowls instead. I never had the chance to try the authentic Eng's Wanton Noodles located in the East as it was kinda out of the way. But I really like the noodles which was thicker than the usual and springyly good at Wantan Fu. However, the char siew slices were rather ordinary. Heard that the chili sauce was super spicy so we were all carefully adding it by droplets to avoid getting the "burnt" treatment. It was really quite spicy (I only added 5 droplets lol) and it did help to bring out more flavours to the noodles. Overall it was a decent good satisfying meal but reminded me more of kolo mee than wantan mee. My friend who was a regular customer at Eng's opined that the taste was quite similar too. The signature small bowl was priced at $4.80 and the big ones at just a dollar more which seems to be more worth it. We also ordered the ngoh hiang which was well fried and serve as a good side dish to add on. Oh did I mention that they also offer free flow pork lard, fried garlic bits and green chili as well! This outlet could be a good alternative to your craving of Eng's wantan noodles, especially for those who are not staying in the East! ~M
💁‍♀️Rate: 3.8/5
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Pi pa gao (枇杷膏) is a chinese cough syrup that I have been taking since young and I can't imagined it with milk tea! (Talk about creativity hur) As a curious baby (a nicer way to say kaypo), we specially made this trip to try this herbalmint milk tea aka pi pa gao milk tea that created a hype in the bubble tea community. Definitely a unique concoction, I was kinda confused at my first sip as it was not a taste that was easily recognised and I was trying to relate it. The milk tea washed the distinct flavour of the pi pa gao off which brings out the mintness from the pi pa gao only. No sugar was added to the milk tea as the pi pa gao itself was sweet enough which Woobbee got it right! It was not very sweet and I kinda enjoyed it. The herbalmint also came with a green tea option. If you like pi pa gao, I reckoned that you would enjoy this unique combi too!😉 ~M
💁‍♀️Rate: 3.5/5
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