53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
#B2-41/42 AMK Hub
Singapore 569933

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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Really kinda disappointed with noodle texture and its quite overcooked and hard to chew thru but saving point is their soft cooked egg with noodles.

Crave for assam laksa and pop to Malaysja Boleh! to have my fix. The dish is packed with ingredients (enjoy sardines and sliced pineapple mixed with crunchy onion). The broth is tangy, thick and flavorful. Finish the whole bowl without question. Now this doesnt disappoint me compared to CKT last time! πŸ‘

Pork Noodle ηŒͺ肉粉 (S$4.50)
Dry version with Mee Tai Mak as choice of noodle.
Packed with pork liver, lean pork, meatballs, topped with spring onion, fried shallot, and crispy lard.
Paid with credit card β€˜cos uncle no small change.

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Address πŸ›– : Malaysia Boleh, 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, # B2-41/42 AMK Hub, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 569 933

I found this small happiness at Malaysia Boleh! In AMK this weekend. I ordered Rojak in small size and was asked "Chilli or not?" As someone who favors spice, I promptly said yes, chilli!! 🌢 Although this rojak isn't that spicy, it's packed with pineapple, you tiow, cucumber, mango, spinach etc. Well worth it I shall say. The sauce is sticky and well covered with peanuts. It delivers what I ask for (sweet treat with natural ingredients) although I have to be careful with its sweetness level.

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This is my second time having my CKT at this place. I decided to eat in rather than take away ($5.80) as I wanted to smell wok hei. Also CKT is at its best when eating straight out from the wok. The dish is decent with 1 big prawn, 1 small prawn and a few slides of Chinese sausages. 🦐🦐 It's a Penang style CKT with no cockles. I enjoyed it less than first time (taste wise) but still I would say it's better than average. πŸ‘Œ

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An everyday Malaysian dish. No special craving, it just made up the numbers. Nothing majorly wrong with it at least.

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