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Expensive braised duck. $18 for 2. Each platter comes with duck, egg, fishcake, braised peanuts, cucumber, beansprouts over a generous amount of gravy. The taste is just nice for us, it is more on the sweeter side.

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Dishes: Prawn Aglio Olio & Salted Egg Yolk Prawn
Taste: So-so, nothing fantastic
Place: Good for families and groups to chill. Quiet simple place
Remarks: 1 voucher redemption per 2 pax

The uncle at the counter was really humour. Food served pretty fast, but unfortunately the rice was overcooked and cold. The fake chicken wasn’t taste great also. $4.50

firstly i was a little thrown off by the price - $126 for 12 people seemed a little of a stretch to me for two duck platters and two plates of sides consisting of eggs, tofu, innards etc, as well as a bowl of yam rice and soup for each person.

while the gravy was thick and carried a herbal flavour, everyone also felt that it was too sweet in general, resulting in sweetness seeming like the only flavour profile of the dish. furthermore, the soup was also overtly sweet, which almost felt fake as it was impossible for mere cabbages to make the soup that sweet.

however, the duck meat was undeniably tender and fresh, and the sides and yam rice were executed pretty well too. i’d say go for their individual plates of duck rice ($5/plate) instead.

rating: 2.8/5

Since this came highly recommended by foodies @alldecked and @veronicaphua, I knew I was missing out.
Finally made my way there (weekday 3pm, no queue yesss!), ordered the soup version despite the hot weather, but was still souper satisfied. Their meat+veg is to noodle ratio is quite literally 1:1 and, for 4.3bucks a bowl, that’s a real steal.
At L32, their eggs are cracked into your bowl before they ladle piping hot soup over (unlike most other joints who boil their eggs together with the soup) which results in an onsen-type egg white and very runny yolk. Thoroughly enjoyed the thickeness of their noodles, and the simple but tasty white pepper seasoning on their lean meats.
I’d say, as good as my favourite BanMian joint in Toa Payoh Blk 186. Can’t wait to come back for the dry version!
#FTrecommends

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Finally made my way there (weekday 3pm, no queue yesss!), ordered the soup version despite the hot weather, but was still souper satisfied. Their meat+veg is to noodle ratio is quite literally 1:1 and, for 4.3bucks a bowl, that’s a real steal.
At L32, their eggs are cracked into your bowl before they ladle piping hot soup over (unlike most other joints who boil their eggs together with the soup) which results in an onsen-type egg white and very runny yolk. Thoroughly enjoyed the thickeness of their noodles, and the simple but tasty white pepper seasoning on their lean meats.
I’d say, as good as my favourite BanMian joint in Toa Payoh Blk 186. Can’t wait to come back for the dry version!
#FTrecommends

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Prefer the wet version.
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The salted egg crab comes in both creamy and crispy version. Not a fan of salted egg nor crabs in general, but the crispy version was not bad! Reminded me of cereal prawns. Didn’t really like the creamy version though. The sauce was a little too rich on the egginess for me.

I loved this because there was no porky stench at all. The meat, though could have been more tender, was super well-marinated and flavourful. Each bite was just bursting with a combination of sweet, salty and spicy. Even after i was done with the meat, i couldn’t help but continue sucking on the bones LOL

Loved the silky smooth tofu which had a crisp and not too thick skin coated well by a layer of viscous, yummy sweet sauce. Paired well with the saltiness of the chopped radish which also added some crunch to the dish. Would pair super well with some fluffy white rice!

The soup was sweet and flavourful, carrying a rather strong comforting herbal fragrance, much like that of coriander. I was surprised by the generosity of ingredients in the soup. Even after everyone had helped themselves to quite abit of chicken and the soup was almost all gone, there was still lots of chicken pieces left in the bowl. Good for sharing with a big group

Was told that this was the most popular dish and i can clearly tell why! The tangle of greens had a texture of crisp seaweed and reminded me also of salted kale. A super addictive dish that you must order, even if you’re not a fan of vegetables