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You should get the smaller crabs which are usually sweeter, and the ones I got were surprisingly meaty too. I still much prefer that place with no signboard (hands down) but this is decent enough. ($56 for 2)

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the wok hei so gao (charred taste so strong but in a good way) 😋 #jxeatsrecommend

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Burnt, crispy and savoury. Can't go wrong, especially with their sambal. 🤩

Not sure why is it famous or what is special about it. Found the hor fun to be normal..

Consistency issues aside, it’s still a tasty plate of noodles that I wouldn’t mind having for breakfast, even though crispness is their entire schtick.

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Crispier than most, but thinner than most. The sauce is special, wetter than mayo. It's nice but I can't describe the difference, which I know to a degree voids a review lol.

Fell in love with this wanton mee! There’s a few other options here for wanton mee, but Burpple and the queue told me that this was the better of the bunch. The noodles here also leans more towards the thinner, Hong Kong style mee with a less eggy texture and every mouthful had a great bite. But the thing that brings it all together is the generous spicy, slightly sweet sauce coating every strand. Even their wanton, something I don’t normally care much about, earns my vote of confidence for the well seasoned meat and silky skins!

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I've always preferred Malaysian-style soup over Singapore-style pepper soup. It's a shame the pork belly came in thin slices. If you order something where pork belly is the star, you expect substantial meat.

I've always preferred Malaysian-style bkt, but even with that said, you should only order this if you can accept bkt without its soup. It's just pork ribs and a yummy sauce. I wish the ribs were more tender though.

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