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Singapore 569933

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From the Burpple community

For all chendol lovers, please try the chendol from Malaysia Boleh! It’s as legit as it gets. #diabetescertified

What a spread!

Assam laksa ($4),
Claypot rice ($5)
Charkueyteow ($5)
Oyster omelette ($5)

Ranked in the order of how long we have fo wait, the oyster omelette did take a long while... During dinner time. I enjoyed them all, especially the unique and appetising assam laksa, which i hope can be found more easily around s'pore !! We also wish theres more oysters in our omelette, and that its crispier, but still good!

Popped by Malaysia Boleh! foodcourt at AMK Hub with my family on Sunday and am pleasantly surprised to find a number of dishes that are actually pretty good and affordable:)! The Fried Lau Shu Fun ($5) from KL Hokkien Mee is infused with wok hei and the slippery noodles are coated in a sweet, savoury and lardy dark sauce. The KL Wanton Mee ($3.80) features springy egg noodles tossed in dark sauce and paired with plump wantons and well-charred char siew. Lastly, Yong Peng Xi Dao Fishball Noodles ($3.50) is tossed in dark sauce and the fishballs have a firm bite without being overly (read: artificially) bouncy. For a themed foodcourt specialising in Malaysian street food, I was half expecting gimmicky food but it turned out that there are quite a few hidden gems:)!