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Hawker/comfort food

Hawker/comfort food

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Mich C
Mich C

Personally would prefer if they added more vinegar while braising the pork belly. Aside, the meat was tender and the skin melts in your mouth. Perfect dish to have on a rainy day.

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Looks legit BUT the taste was totally underwhelming. No trace of wok hei nor was the stock flavourful. The prawns were fresh and crunchy but I felt that Uncle could have cooked those prawns longer with the mee instead of just throwing the prawns in and mixing them with the hot mee. Chilli was decent but that’s about it.

Underwhelming plate of fried rice. Fried rice was clumpy and tasteless. Pork chop faired slightly better in terms of taste but portion could be improved

Flavourful soup with some natural sweetness from the goji berries. One of my to go supper places when I’m in the area.

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Located within Koufu at Woodlands Mart, the Hokkien mee store seems pretty promising with a long queue during lunch time. The noodles however were far from promising with the gravy being over salty and the prawns were not fresh at all. And it’s pretty pricy given that the smallest portion starts at $5.

Generous serving of braised duck with 1/2 braised tofu and 1/2 braised egg. Sometimes I’ll opt for white rice to savour the braised sauce together with the rice. Very value for money and I dare say that Chuan Kee is overrated as I get way more meat and ingredients for the same price.

These coins beat plain prata hands down. So shiok I’ll swap my coins for more of these prata coins.

My most frequent place when I have fish soup craving. Fish slices are generous and the jasmine white rice is cooked to perfection. Hate it when I get mushy or overcooked rice. Uncle works on the orders really quickly so the queue here is nothing like the one at ABC brickworks.

Lost count of the number of times I had fish soup here at this Marsiling Teochew fish soup stall at Shunfu mart. The generous thick slices of fish coupled with the fried egg is just so so good. They are also quite generous with their greens unlike most fish soup stalls out there.

Can’t believe they have 2 stalls side by side. One for dabao and another for dining in. Generous portion of eggs coating the white radish cake but could be better if there was more chye poh.

Back again but sad that the fish soup stall next to them is gone and the standard of the duck has dropped. Meat is slightly on the dry side. Plus they don’t have white rice? Had to settle with oil rice instead. How disappointing.

Located next to Kim Heng roast meat stall, this is the same stall that sells pretty decent carrot cake. I must say that this is 2 hits in a row. The Hokkien Mee was flavourful with lots of thinly sliced pork. Not overly dry with faint traces of wok hei. Hopefully the quality maintains over time.

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Mich C

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