Hawker/Zichar/Comfort food

Hawker/Zichar/Comfort food

To save money to spend on cafe hopping. And over here, expect to break a sweat while waiting for your turn as you stand patiently in line.
Mich C
Mich C

Rice wasn’t as well cooked with some undercooked rice. Expect really greasy rice that will make you feel jelak after awhile. Chicken breast meat was firm but yet juicy. The achar helps bring out your appetite with the lightly sourish notes.

Refreshing comfort bowl of fish soup from Marsiling Teochew fish soup with lots of veggies and fried egg. Shiok.

Apart from their BKT dishes, Fly Herbal Claypot Bak Kut Teh also serves pig organ soup. Honestly nothing impressive about this soup except that it is served in a claypot style. The soup base consist of faint taste of pepper and preserved veg. I suggest to stick to their BKT instead.

Instead of the usual tomato or cream based option, the spaghetti was served in brown sauce. Slightly on a sweet note, but still taste good and the spaghetti was done al dente. A pity the chicken chop wasn’t as piping hot as I would expect it to be. But nonetheless still a satisfying meal.

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Topped up $1 for 2 dumplings. You mian was on point and the minced meat given was pretty generous. Tossed together with some oil and sauce, this is one satisfying bowl of noodles.

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Added extra portion of duck. Hence the hefty price tag. Totally worth it - duck meat was tender and juicy. Noodles was springy and don’t have the typical ‘yellow noodle’ aftertaste. Would be better if they go easy on the black sauce as it mask the taste of both noodles and duck.

Pretty decent fish soup at Heng Heng fish soup. Found the fried fish better than the fresh fish slices. The noodles could have been cooked a little longer. But if you want something soupy without having to wait long, this will do the job.

One thing I like about this stall is how auntie constantly tops up some of the ingredients to ensure customers get piping hot ingredients. Fried pork chop was so good!

The prawn stock was rich and flavourful with decent amount of fresh prawns and some pork slices. The bee hoon portion could have been more as I was left digging the bowl in search for more strands. If you love your fried pork lard, you will be hearten to know that they are very generous with those, swimming right above the surface of the soup.

Some strands of undercooked mee sua clump together, tiny morsels of minced meat, 2 meatballs and some mushrooms. Definitely not enough to keep you filled. Don’t really understand the long queue for this too.

Eggy fried rice with the addition of beansprout and lup cheong. There is also a faint taste of wok hei that accompanies it. But price point is pretty steep for an average plate of fried rice.

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