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Featuring Two Chefs Eating Place (Commonwealth), Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup, 126 搵到食 (Serangoon Road), Victor's Kitchen (Chinatown Point), Soon Huat Pig's Organ Soup (Serangoon Garden Market), Tuck Kee (Ipoh) Sah Hor Fun (Hong Lim Market & Food Centre), Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle (Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre), Hai Di Lao Hot Pot (The Seletar Mall), Finest Songkee's Cuisine
Janice Y
Janice Y

Yummy handmade fishballs and dumplings! Generous servings and a good mix of the variety of ingredients. Like that they are generous with the meat in the dumpling. They also have a Ngoh Hiang stall at the side where you can order add ons to your noodles.

In picture: Minced Meat Kway Tiao ($4.50), Prawn Cracker and Tofu Skin ($2.30)

Fav lunch place & Was lucky to see a short queue today. Aunty is very generous with the ingredients! Highly recommend this hawker spot.

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Came here for lunch at Chinatown Point’s outlet and there was a short queue. The variety on the menu isn’t a lot but they do serve most of the essentials of a dimsum meal. Do try their specialty - the XO sauce steamed carrot cake, which comes with their special XO chilli sauce.

Ordered the Pig’s Organ Soup which came with pork belly, meatballs, tofu, salted vegetables, belly, stomach and liver (wishing they included kidney too). The Steam Minced Meat With Chestnut & Salted Fish was tender but couldn’t really taste the salted fish. The meal was worth a try but not as expected given the raving reviews.

Went on a weeknight and queue time was around 10-15 minutes. Loved that they have the water base option ($0) saving us on the cost of the soup base. Highly recommended items: pepper flavored pig kidney slice, value set bundled with mashed shrimp paste + luncheon meat, frog leg (very tender!)

Chance upon this Famous curry chicken noodle stall At Bedok Interchange Food Centre With Michelin Bib Gourmand and decided to give it a try. The curry consistency is almost close to laksa, mildly spicy and served with generous portion of ingredients. I ordered the $4 portion. 😋

Headed there on weekend evening and was glad there wasn’t a queue. Ordered a few of their must trys - Butter Pork, drunken cockles & Salted Century Egg Vegetable. Their food is reasonably price and tasty. Portion is just nice for 2 too

One of the few go-to-dimsum places for supper. Menu has plenty of pictures which makes ordering easy. Food price ranges from $4-$6 each. Recommends their duck porridge and crab bee hoon (which was out of stock when we were there).

Soup was well balanced, equal parts sour and salty. Generous helping of liver, stomach, intestines, lean meat and pork belly. Touch of salted vegetables added an old school touch to the soup. Cost of this soup is $6.

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