Local Delights

Local Delights

Featuring The Coconut Club, WANTON Seng's Noodle Bar, Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Serangoon), The Salted Plum (Suntec City), Swee Kee Eating House, Nic & Tom Eatery, Hong Chang Eating House, LeNu Chef Wai's Noodle Bar (Northpoint City), Hawkerman (Funan), LeNu Taiwan Beef Noodle Bar (Northpoint)
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Opted for non spicy version. The bowl only comes with 3 pork belly slices, thus i think it is abit overprice. The tomato soup is very nice. Tasted like the tomato soup base in beauty in a pot but more flavourful.

Served with 5 big wantons. They used the pork bone soup which is same as their ramen soup base. The pork bone soup is not oily.

My first and last time at The Salted Plum. They were very generous with the minced pork. But a rice bowl + drink costs $15 which i find it too pricey

It's basically tuckshop rice XXL. Pretty yummy, but there's a lot, and I mean A LOT of fried garlic. Being a garlic hater myself though, I gave it a try and found it not too bad. Even if you don't like it, they didn't mix it in so you can always put it aside. Very cheap also


It is really a small bowl of rice. Served with braised sauce, egg and pork lard. The egg yolk was still runny, which i can poke and mix with the rice. For the price point, it is pretty good.

The mee sua was very smooth. The 大肠 was very chewy and no odour. There were few pieces of meat paste, but im not sure what was it. The soup was abit oily. Overall, not bad but nothing outstanding.

Very yummy, 3 frogs is enough to share between two people. I personally prefer the spicy version over the non-spicy one, but both are delicious in their own right. Price is also reasonable, $16 for the 3 pc


We ordered:
- Sesame oil chicken (chicken was boneless and tender)
- Eggplant
- Sambal kang kong (for someone who dont eat spicy, this is manageable)
- Frog leg herbal soup (soup was very sweet but it tasted a bit bitter if you drink it after having the sesame oil chicken)
Everything was so good and affordable! The bill was only $32. The only expensive thing was the drink which was $2 per cup.

+$5 for drink, wantons and eggs. They provide free flow soup and pork lards.

It didn look like lor mee. The taste feels more like hokkien mee but soup version. It is very flavourful but a tad too salty for me. I wouldn't drink the soup.

Though the fish broth is thick, i find that there is a fishy taste to it. I still prefer the fish used by Han Kee

Priced at $12.80++. The chicken thigh was coated with a layer of spice. Thankfully, it isn't spicy. Just nice for someone who doesn't eat chilli. I thought the sambal would be sweet but it was really spicy. The rice was soft and fragrant. Loving their running egf yolks too.

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