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Featuring EVENTASTY Hand-Pulled Noodles, Tim Ho Wan (Plaza Singapura), Dink Dink Thai Street Cafe, Hanuman Thai Cuisine, Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House (Ann Siang Road), Malaysia Boleh! (AMK Hub)
Ian Koh
Ian Koh

Set meal came with seafood Tom yam (either rice or noodles), a drink (either beer or non-alcoholic) and dessert of the day (not pictured here). We added on chicken wings ($4.80 for 5) but the wings were soggy - maybe because we ate it last. However, the Tom yam soup base was good and flavourful - love how they added lots of natural herbs like lemongrass!

Ordered the clear chicken tom yam soup, chicken green curry, rice and a lemon grass drink for $12.90 after using burpple 1-for-1. Humble food for a value-for-money price.

Authentic Indonesian food at CBD area! Really love the spices used for the grilled chicken and the sour vegetable soup was unique and delicious! Ordered Indonesian iced coffee ($1.70) which was refreshing.

Pretty good laksa (not too sour and spicy) but ingredients were not too generous and the portion was rather small.

We really loved the BBQ pork buns so that is highly recommended ($6.30 for 3). The sesame salted egg balls was something we didn’t try before and we really loved it ($4.50 for 3). Another recommended dish would be the Hong Kong pork chop noodles ($8 promotion) because the pork chop was very flavourful and you could taste the garlic spices which went well with the thin noodles and light soup base.

I like how the noodles were hand pulled - the noodles were fresh with a springy texture. The tomato broth was their signature soup base which was very tasty and complemented the beef. The portions are pretty large as well and can be very filling, especially if you order the side dishes (which we couldn’t finish).