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Wanted to try this as I saw it on social media. Ordered the egg appam ($2.80).

It tasted like thosai and pancake combined and I generally like it but probably minus the pepper in the future.

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Came here for the popular char siew & roast meat rice ($5, cause we upsized). As usual, the char siew is the most delicious one with its unique flavorful meat. The roast meat which is usually my favourite cannot matched up with the char siew. However, is still a dish overall I would queue for. I am surprised that the price still remain even after the pandemic.

The steamed dumpling ($4.80) was quite disappointing for me as being a specialised dumpling stall, I had a high expectation, however I feel that the meat filling is not firmed and soft. Also, there is no burst of flavour of sort.

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The Thai-Style Garlic & Lime Sea Bass at Niannianyouyu ($7.50) is another crowd-pleaser with a firm and succulent farmed sea bass topped with lime, garlic, and lemongrass. Judging by the plating, it appears that chef and founder Issac Lim’s restaurant days are not far behind him. This zesty dressing, which is available with a $1 top-up, will certainly lift the senses with its lemongrass notes, but not overwhelm the natural flavours of the fish.
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πŸš‡: Tanjong Pagar
πŸ’΅: $
πŸ“: https://bit.ly/chueonniannianyouyu

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The HK-Style Pomfret at Niannianyouyu ($6.50) is one of the most popular choices, with multiple customers having at least one plate of it at their table. Before you celebrate too much – each portion consists of half the farmed golden pomfret. Still, it’s a pretty generous portion, and the dressing of soy sauce, chicken stock, garlic, and ginger, is comforting and fragrant. A little plain for my liking but, it goes well with the sweet and firm pomfret.
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πŸš‡: Tanjong Pagar
πŸ’΅: $
πŸ“: https://bit.ly/chueonniannianyouyu

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My photo doesn’t do the dish justice.
But if you love ηΊ’ζ²ΉζŠ„ζ‰‹ this will really hit the spot!
The flavour goes so well with the noodles!

I think this Chinese store is on the second row on the right!

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Looks like a popular stall here, so expect to queue. A delicious bowl of mee pok noodles with a spicy kick from the chilli. Fishballs, fish cake slices, meat ball, and vegetables are served with soup in another bowl.

What I like is the bouncy and tasty fishballs, no fishy smell, and every bite was satisfying. The soup is nice too!

Will come back to eat this again πŸ‘

Their another outlet is at Tanjong Pagar Hawker Centre.

πŸ“Location:
Tanjong Pagar Teo Chew Fishball Noodle (#01-74)
Maxwell Food Centre
1 Kadayanallur St
Singapore 069184

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