Hawker Style

Hawker Style

Featuring 85 Fengshan Centre, Changi Village Hawker Centre, Adam Road Food Centre, Ah Chiang's Porridge (Tiong Bahru), Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee (85 Fengshan Centre), Supreme Xiao Long Bao, Bak Kee Teochew Satay Bee Hoon (Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre), Mei Xiang Black & White Fish Soup (Berseh Food Centre), Stirling Seafood, Shi Hui Yuan (Mei Ling Market & Food Centre)
Q Z
Q Z

Only one version and only one size to be chosen so try not to check for customisation to avoid incurring the wrath of the lady as I have witnessed.

A hearty bowl of fish soup which consists both sliced fish and deep fried fish.
Although I enjoyed having two types of fish in a bowl, it was way too salty.
Both the soup as well as the deep fried fish were super salty to me.

A bowl of fish soup with white rice costs $6.
They do charge for takeaway containers and covers of the takeaway containers.

Portion is decent and filling.

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Thin skin with overflowing soup spilling out of the bao, tasty and best eaten when served

The Xiao Long Baos seem slightly smaller in size as compared to the average Xiao Long Baos but quality triumphs quantity

Went around 7pm on a weekday and managed to get the Xiao Long Baos - $5 for 6 pieces, they were out of most items and were preparing for closing.

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There was a long queue and I decided to try it however I will not be returning.

This plate costs $5.90 and the portion is not huge but more importantly, the sauce has this herbal taste which I absolutely did not enjoy.

The only saving grace was the vegetable which was crisp.

They seem to only accept cash, as of now.

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Decent porridge but would prefer them not to pour the soy sauce into the porridge.

They also serve deep fried wantons for $8 which I find it’s quite pricey.

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Deep fried meat balls with salted egg yolk wrapped inside and grains of rice wrapped on the outside.

Both the meat balls and salted egg yolk were dry and the meat didn’t taste fresh.
A plate of 5 meat balls cost $15 which is completely overpriced.
Will not order in future.

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Hot and Spicy Deep Fried Chicken (7pcs) that cost $14 was piping hot however it was not spicy at all and too sweet to me.

Chicken could be more juicy in my opinion.
Plastic disposable gloves are provided.

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Decent portion of char kway teow, it was moist however it lacked the fragrance from the wok and it was overly sweet

Price: $3

Noodles were chewy and moist with the gravy, decent serving of char siew however the three boiled wantons that came with the noodles were quite hard

Deep Fried Wantons were tasty with good filling

Price of Deep Fried Wantons: $2 for 7 pieces
Price of Dry Wanton Noodles: $3.50

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Sambal stingray from Chomp Chomp BBQ
Stingray could be more fleshy and juicy
Price: $12

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Chewy noodles with meatballs and minced meat
Meatballs and soup were flavourful
Price: $3

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Simple dish of bee hoon with boiled cuttlefish, pork liver, lean slices of pork, kangkong and dried beancurd (tau pok) in satay sauce.
Very tasty and satisfying
Price: $4 (Small)

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Yong Tau Foo’s standard has dropped and price has increased.
It’s either $5 or $7 with the option to add $1 for vegetables.

Q Z

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