Takeaway/Hawker Food

Takeaway/Hawker Food

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There’s always a queue at this stall. It’s manned by an old uncle who’s packing the orders and an auntie who does the cooking.

You can choose to 淋汁(gravy) or curry over your choice of beehoon or mee. In my case I had a beehoon Mee with gravy ($3 + 20 cents for takeaway)

The gravy is the key to this light and tasty beehoon mee. The ingredients are generous and there’s two forms of 斋鹅, my favourite!

Their curry seems to be very popular too. I saw containers of vegetable curry for takeaway. Next time I will probably tell uncle to 淋咖喱 instead!

It’s an old couple manning the store. A decent bowl of old school wanton mee. Additional $3 for 6 pieces of dumplings (水饺), that’s a steal.

Yuan Cheng Carrot Cake (01-33). $3 for a big packet of carrot cake for takeaway. This stall is popular with perpetual queue. Auntie who is frying is very polite and this is definitely a competent plate of carrot cake. Worth trying if in this hawker centre.

Ordered beehoon mee for takeaway. Soup is abit salty, meat has this frozen meat taste.

Probably won’t order this again

Had the roasted duck leg and char siew rice ($9)

The char siew is nicely charred and I like the savoury sauce that’s packed separately. Duck skin could have been crispier.

Ordered Wanton Mee ($3.50) and dumpling soup ($3.50) for takeaway.

The noodles is cooked al dente with a nice savoury dark sauce. The dumplings were meaty and there’s 5 pieces for $3.50, pretty good value. Can understand the long queue.

The smallest packet is $3 but I asked for extra hum (cockles) and they charged me $5 for it.

There’s indeed a lot of cockles but unfortunately the noodles are too sweet to my liking.

Had the Beef hor fun ($4.50)for takeaway. Food was still piping hot when I got home and the heat didn’t dry up the beef which was still tender. The hor fun doesn’t has the smokey wok hei however it’s doused in an extremely delicious sauce and I definitely will want to eat this again.

Had chicken wing, fried fish fillet and otah for $4.20

I like the fish fillet but was a bit disappointed that it doesn’t automatically come with peanut and ikan bilis.

It’s a decent plate of nasi lemak but I still prefer the other stall in the same hawker centre that serves the green rice.

This stall is located in a Coffeeshop at Bukit Purmei road.

Two big pieces of fish coated in bread crumb. I was expecting fish n chips with batter according to the picture shown on the stall sign.

Thank goodness the taste is pretty decent. Fries are ok only.

This is from the corner stall that sells kueh as well.

I ordered chicken wing, luncheon meat, otah and egg ($4). Within the packet there’s also chilli, ikan bilis and peanuts with two slices of cucumber.

Overall it’s a competent plate of Nasi lemak, I like their chilli and chicken wing.

Heard good stuff about the dry mee siam here. They are very generous with the portion, the taste is good but it gets boring after awhile. Quite a chore to finish such a big bowl by myself.

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