Street Food & Takeaways

Street Food & Takeaways

Featuring Two Chefs Eating Place (Commonwealth), Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup, Tian Wai Tian Fishhead Steamboat (Serangoon), The Goodburger Food Truck, Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap (Kovan), Ah Tan Wings (Yishun Park Hawker Centre), RK Eating House, Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee (Hong Lim Market & Food Centre), Hanuman Thai Cuisine, Broadway (Hougang Ave 8)
Cady Tay
Cady Tay

Crispiest har cheong gai I’ve ever had, though some parts were unfortunately quite dry and hard. The fermented shrimp paste was surprisingly light tasting and smelling, but still tasty and salty enough. I wish the wings and drumlets were a little more meaty though. The serving size is huge. There was so much rice and I couldn’t even finish it!

I’ve heard many raving reviews of this place so I’ve been looking forward to it, but I think I personally would stick to my traditional zichar places to get my fix of har cheong gai. It was good, crispy and fragrant, but not spectacular (I wonder if my expectations were too high from all the hype?).

We visited on a Friday evening and the hawker center wasn’t too crowded, so we easily managed to get a seat for two.

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Fans of Raclette cheese rejoice as the ever innovative and playful Springleaf Prata brings to you a fusion of Swiss and Indian cuisine! Have your all familiar classic plain prata with a twist - topped with Turkey ham, and covered generously with Swiss raclette cheese, accompanied by truffle oil, sautéed onions, shiitake mushrooms, black olives and sriracha hot sauce. It comes with a free teh too.

It was definitely a prata to remember, having all these indulgent ingredients all in one plate. Also, who knew raclette cheese and truffle oil would go well with curry?

Priced at $9.90, it can be pretty steep if you’re thinking that it’s just one slice of prata, which wasn’t very filling. But I guess the ingredients are quite expensive, and you do get a cup of teh as well to balance out the saltiness of the meal. I used a Shopeepay $2 off voucher so it became a lot more affordable.

I visited on a weekday evening and it was slightly busy, but easy enough to get a seat for one. Other customers were also trying this same dish, so I guess it has caught the attention of many :) It’s always great to see Springleaf’s creativity, reaffirming our belief that prata goes well with literally anything!

This was spicy, and very tasty. Everything went really well together - the egg, minced meat, fried garlic and shallots, ikan billis, and of course, the QQ noodles and chilli sauce! I’d suggest not to mix all the chilli in if your spice tolerance isn’t too high, as it can get quite hot. I do wish that the serving size as slightly bigger as we found ourselves slurping everything up in minutes!

We visited on a weekend evening and the serving time for takeaway was really quick. It comes with a clear soup on the side as well, which was nice to cleanse the palate from the otherwise greasy, saucy noodles.

What a peppery and flavourful dish! The clear soup is pepper based and tastes quite similar to our bakuteh soup, making it a tasty accompaniment to the cute little curled up silky kway rolls, which were a joy to eat. It was topped with Thai fish sausage (my first time having it and it was good!), fried pork belly, pig offal and sliced pork.

All of this for the price of $5 is really worth it. We visited the place on a weekend evening and had to wait about 15-20minutes for our food. It’s 30 cents more for takeaway.

This is perfect for a cold day. The soup manages to be strong tasting yet comforting, being cooked with fermented glutinous rice wine which gives a whole new dimension and fragrance to your typical Chinese noodle soup dishes. Accompanying the flavourful soup are QQ noodles, beancurd skin, black fungus, and tender chicken.

A unique dish that was worth the try. Location was quite difficult to get to but we thought that it was worth the trip to come and try this precious hidden gem. We visited on a Friday afternoon and there was no queue at all.

Saw this on Food King and wanted to give it a try! It definitely did not disappoint. The texture of the noodles wow-ed us with how chewy and QQ it was. The noodle dish was very tasty and it was screaming “lard” with every bite we took. So sinfully delicious!

The Hakka fried chicken wing tasted similar to harcheonggai but way less salty and strong flavoured - it had a more refined spice taste. It’s marinated for 24h and double fried for that exceptional c-r-i-s-p!

And the yong tau foo, where should I even start. The soup was very comforting and the yong tau foo were all so delicious! It was a nice accompaniment to the strong tasting Hakka noodles.

Overall a very satisfying meal - I liked that there were so many different things to eat in just one meal. For the price, it’s pretty worth it! Location was quite difficult to get to but we thought that it was worth the trip to come and try this precious hidden gem. We visited on a Friday afternoon and there was no queue at all.

Bun was fluffy and soft, fillings were quite standard. A pretty good deal for the price - sometimes it goes down to an even lower price during Flash Deals too.

We visited on a weekday evening and there was about 1-2 people in the queue, wait was not too long.

What a comforting bowl of noodles! The curry was strong and flavourful without being too heavy or overwhelming, making it wonderful pairings with the generous ingredients and beehoon. Serving was quite filling.

There was a little bit of a queue during lunchtime hours but other than that, food was served quick and piping hot. It’s nice that they pack the noodles + ingredients separate from the curry. Good to try especially if you like curry :)

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Each spoonful of this broth packed a flavourful punch, perhaps slightly towards the salty side but sinfully delicious nevertheless. May get slightly overwhelming towards the end of the dish just because of how rich the broth is.

The duo style came with steamed and fried fish, similar to a fish soup dish. I liked the fried egg floss and crispy rice puffs as toppings which added texture to the dish.

We visited on an early weekday evening so there was little to no queue. Not too bad to give a try if you’re around the area, but I wouldn’t travel for this.

Yummy! The soup here was so fragrant and the pigs organs were fresh. Each spoonful was flavourful, satisfying and so comforting. If you’re a fan of pig’s organ soup, I would highly recommend for you to give this place a go!

It’s very reasonably priced as well - you can get free refills of the soup if you need. Definitely worth the price.

We visited on a weekday evening and it was fairly busy, but we managed to get seats for two as we were slightly earlier than the usual dinner crowd.

Quite a solid, standard no-frills plate of economic bee hoon. Simple but reliable. Sambal chilli was great too. Very affordable as well.

Definitely a good go-to as there was no queue compared to some other stalls in the hawker center, which can be really long during Sunday lunchtime!

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This freshly hand-made chee cheong fun here was super silky and soft! The accompanying sauce was very flavourful, almost to the point of too salty towards the end of the meal, but still delicious.

We queued for about 30 minutes on a weekday afternoon - the long wait is due to the amount of effort and time required for each serving of food. You can watch them steam, skillfully transfer and cut each and every rice noodle roll individually, and then repeat it all over again for the next plate.

Worth the wait. This place also has a “Michelin Plate”, with good reason. Serving size is turned out to be quite big and filling so the price was good.

Come over-order with us on Insta too @smallwalletbigmouth

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