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Loong Wye & Michelle Kwan
Loong Wye & Michelle Kwan

Spinach soup woth seafood and koka noodles ($3.80 + $0.50)
The mains are fifty cents. The soup is alright, spinach is generous and seafood quite fresh. Came with egg. Very filling as a meal.

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Seafood soup ($8.50):
Upsized my seafood soup to $8.50 (small: $6.50).
Comes with pork meatballs, prawns, batang fish and clams. The seafood broth have the unami but it could be a little more balanced with more sweetness to it. Ingredients are fresh and well marinaded.

Salted egg chicken rice ($8.90+)

Ordered this for 1 for 1 with shopback go.
Portion of chicken is reasonable.. texture not too hard. Sauce is quite nice but can be too cloying towards the end.

Signature wanton noodles ($6)

Right on level 1 of Roxy Square, the uncle uses his loud clear voice to call out your order number. Went for the signature wanton noodles, there's choice of $5 or $6 and I went for the latter. The plate came with 4 cooked wanton and 4 fried ones, I felt the fried ones were nicer! No wonder there were patrons before me who ordered their noodles with all fried wantons. The noodles were springy and the sauce was very well balanced, and oh the chilli was really spicy so beware. There's crispy pork lard on the side for you to add as much as you want. I would definitely return for this!!

Fish soup mee sua ($4)

Soup is gingery and tastes sweet and light. Fish and veg is fresh and substantial! Worth it for the price.

Dintaifung xiaolongbao ($8.50++ for 6)

Skin is thin and meat is substantial. Soup is also hot but could be saltier.. felt the soup didnt have much taste. But that being said, still one of the best xlb around in Singapore.

Fried rice with pork chop ($13.80++)

A dish that will not go wrong here.. pork chop well seasoned and just the right thickness. Fried rice is just oily enough and super tasty. Overall went very well together and very filling!

Mustard Veg And Minced Pork Noodles ($10.90++):
Noodles are well cooked and goes well with the condiments and ingredients which are rather well marinaded and fragrant.

Chilli Mee (Medium: $4):
Ordered kway teow dry, comes with prawns and pork ribs and of course their famous home made chilli sauce which packed a punch !!! Not for the faint hearted, but if you are someone who can take spicy food well.. you will definitely love it!

Kway Chup ($4.50)

The intestines were rather well braised but had somewhat of a bitter aftertaste. Wondered what was missing in the set and it was fishcake! Overall just a very average kway Chup.

Porridge with dishes ($4)

Ordered porridge with minced meat patty, fried meatballs, braised tofu and cooling melon strips. Dishes tasted homely.

Tom Yum Noodles ($4.50):
Ordered the Po Chai Noodles which goes well with the tom yum soup which was rather appetitizing. Quality of their ingredients are good and fresh- Minced pork is well marinaded, Onsen egg was cooked on point!

Sharing with you our honest reviews of the food that we (Michelle and Loong Wye) have tried!

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