Chinese Food

Chinese Food

Featuring Malaysia Boleh! (AMK Hub), Núodle (SingPost Centre), Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh (Geylang), Tingkat PeraMakan (PLQ Mall), Chicken Run (Paya Lebar Square), Shi Li Fang (Bedok Point), Hoyeah Nasi Lemak (Bukit Merah), Mei Heong Yuen Dessert (味香园), Bendemeer Market & Food Centre, L32 Handmade Noodles (Geylang)
Calvin Ng
Calvin Ng

Only selling 2 types of food, lmk and siewmai. But the queue is always so long. Sold out before 10am daily, go earlier to avoid disappointment. Decent dim sum in a hawker centre.

Must-go place in Chinatown. With three shoplots and it is still very crowded, you can imagine their business. Enjoy having a decent bowl of tong shui after a long walk in Chinatown. They serve hot and cold dessert. Personally like the peanut and sesame paste.

Our must-go place in AMK. Always crowded with people. Serves good Malaysian good, ranging from chendol, fried oyster, prawn noodle to bkt.

Reminds me of Malaysian bkt. It’s uncommon to get herbal soup type of bkt in Singapore. This is one of the few. They also have other pots like claypot chicken rice, black sweet vinegar pot trotter.

2nd floor of Paya Lebar Square. Serves decent chicken in pot. Tried all of their mains, ranging from chicken pot to fish pot to curry. Love all of them. Good choice of dinner in rainy nights

First try for this ban mian. Waited for almost an hour during dinner time. Personally think nothing is special about it, just an ordinary bowl of ban mian wit huh handmade noodles

It’s hard to get good quality nasi lemak in Singapore. But this is good. The fried chicken is superb. Reminds me of Malaysian nasi lemak. Recommended!

Managed to get a carrot plushie after eating with their free toy for each table promotion. They have all-day rebates on ala carte, save more when you go earlier. Long queue as usual. One thing I realised is that the staff there do not speak English, and my Korean friend was struggling to communicate with them.

Second visit to this place. Expect queue during weekdays, especially lunch hour. The food reminded me a lot of Melaka food. Try their set meals which comes with drink, sides and dessert. Personally like their rendang.

Comfort food and usual spot when we do not know what to have for dinner. Recommend their Set B (Pork Belly), only $3.30 for a plate of good curry rice. Open till late night, around 3am, can consider this as a good supper option in Geylang / Paya Lebar area

Look at the noodle portion, hugeeeeee portion. Tried their signature dish, and I personally think that it’s good. Worth it for the money paid for this set. Do expect long queue on weekends.

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