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Hawker Eats ☀️☀️

Hawker Eats ☀️☀️

Featuring 85 Fengshan Centre, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Malaysia Boleh! (Jurong Point), A Noodle Story (Amoy Street Food Centre), He Zhong Carrot Cake (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), Ah Tan Wings (Yishun Park Hawker Centre), Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh (Marsiling), Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre), Buta Kin (Beauty World Food Centre), NTUC Foodfare (The Clementi Mall)
Ade Tan
Ade Tan

Great place to get your leicha fix when you’re in need of a little more health 🥦🥬🥒 Pictured is the small portion, which is definitely enough for even a big eater! Really like their toppings here with the huge variety and they complemented each other well! (even tho no ikan bilis or hebi) Especially liked the chye poh that added a really nice crunch! Not sure if I diluted the tea too much on my own, but would have preferred a stronger taste though this is very beginner-friendly and really liked that basil-mint tinge to it. Also, they had an option of brown rice or beehoon (which is pretty rare), but I guess one level up would be offering other yam/pumpkin rice etc. The perpetual long queue speaks for itself and one of the must-tries here at Bukit Timah Food Centre!

One of the more popular claypot rice in Singapore with its Michelin Bib Gourmand, finally got around to trying it and it didn’t quite live up to my expectations 😕😕 Don’t get me wrong - it’s still a pretty solid bowl of claypot rice, with a really nicely charred sheet of rice at the bottom and they definitely do not scrimp on the ingredients (chicken, duck liver sausages, lup cheong, salted fish) - but the ingredients didn’t come together quite as nicely as I had hoped, and the wokhei-ness just didn’t quite infuse into the rice like some of the other claypot rice around. Especially liked their chicken, which was tender and flavourful and very un-dry even after being cooked for such a long time, but didn’t like that it was not de-boned which made it difficult to eat. Main draw would still be the generous serving at a very affordable price ($12 portion can easily feed 3 pax, or 2 hungry people), and the commitment to cooking to every order (which also results in a long wait, so definitely call ahead to order!) 👍🏻👍🏻

Finally got around to trying this famous Michelin Bib Gourmand zhnged-up wanton mee (I ordered the medium size one) - and got to say, it’s truly worthy to be called Singapore-Style Ramen 👍🏻👍🏻 Though it is indeed pretty pricey for a bowl of hawker noods, but definitely worth a try and the occasional treat! Really impressed by the team that worked with clockwise precision to replicate each bowl with such meticulous attention to detail, and the presentation and taste speaks for itself. Hard to pick the best side when every element of this dish was well done and beautifully complemented each other so well with the melt-in-your-mouth tender chashu, huge juicy HK-style wontons, crispy potato-wrapped prawn, ebi prawns, and a perfectly done soy-marinated hot spring egg. But still, the winner was definitely the springy thin wanton noodles that was the very definition of QQ and was coated in the most amazing of sauces with a slight sambal kick! Definitely worth the hype! 🥰🥰

Possibly one of the cheapest mala I’ve had thus far (excluding the ones at school)! 🤯🤯 Love that we could finally go all out with the meat and ingredients and it was still

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Was initially very skeptical about the pancake, but it was surprisingly quite nice! Definitely not one of the best around, but liked that the edges was crispy and it came with soooo much seafood like sotong, prawns etc! 🤤🤤 More doughy and thicker than the usual sold elsewhere, this was priced rather highly compared to their other dishes (

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Satisfying enough to curb any korean craving one might have at this price point and setting! Situated at a food centre with competitive prices (without service charge), don’t come in with too unreasonable expectations and you’ll definitely be well satisfied with your meal 😊😊 Army stew looked a little small for 2 pax, but comes chocked full of ingredients like pork, sausage, luncheon meat, meatballs, topokki, ramen noodles (but was like 1 pack?), kimchi, tofu and topped with a slice of cheese! Sides, or rather side, of kimchi was rather mediocre. But definitely loving the chill ambience set at the rooftop of Beauty World Centre with friendly service and reasonably priced korean food for once 👍🏻👍🏻

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Was slightly disappointed after joining the long queue here as this was a pretty average bowl of prawn mee ($3.50/5). Don’t get me wrong - the broth was still flavourful with generous servings of lean pork, prawns, fishcake and half a boiled egg at this price point! But felt that the broth was slightly lacklustre, and definitely prefer the one at Malaysia Boleh much more 😥😥

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High hopes from the good reviews and long waiting time (~30 min on a weekday afternoon), and thankfully this didn’t disappoint! Loved the huge cubes of radish that was tastefully fried with golden brown egg! And comes in a variety of sizes ($2.50/3/4/5) with new faces of young hawkers manning the stall! Only gripe with this plate of goodness would be the lack of chye poh, but other than that a pretty well fried plate of carrot cake! 👍🏻👍🏻

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Pretty average bowl of chendol but does satisfy any chendol craving that you might have! Gula Melaka taste didn’t come through very much, but did appreciate the generous portions of red bean and green wriggly thingums 😋😋

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Not the best bowl of dry chili pan mee around, but definitely did appreciate the QQ noodles that were done al dente and sambal chili that had a good kick! Not too generous with ingredients but there was a nice oozy egg that went well with the dark + chili sauce. Definitely a chili pan mee that’s lighter on the intensity of flavour, so good if you don’t want something too heavy and jelat! 😋😋

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Solid orh luah with a good ratio of egg to starchiness, though slightly lacking the good ol wok hei and the chili was terrible 😥😥 But the plump oysters and well fried omelette carried themselves pretty well still 😋😋

This is one solid bowl of prawn mee?? The soup is so robust in flavour that it really tastes like the whole ocean of prawns have been brewing inside since the beginning of time 😍😍 Definitely a must try when you’re around the jurong west area! Ingredients are simple with sliced chicken and small prawns, but the soup really brings all these simple ingredients together for the perfect comfort bowl of prawn noodles 👍🏻👍🏻

Ade Tan

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Cause food makes the world go round (and me too 🐽🐽) Good food good lobangs @adeateee

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