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Affordable mookata and yummy. The tom yum mama noodle was very shiok.

Circuit Road Hawker Centre has an abundant amount of vegetarian food and this wanton mee ($3.50/$4) from Meng Heng Vegetarian Food is one of the best I've tried. The noodles is the star of the dish, due to its firm texture and the chilli sauce that coats around it is really addictive.

The Vegetarian Otah ($2 per piece) from Victor Veggie is interesting as well and has a nice spicy kick!

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I heard this stall is very generous. This is the biggest plate of chilli oil wantons we've had. Don't be fooled by the garnish and chilli oil, this was a very clean tasting dish. Some might find it bland and some vinegar will help.

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I have found my paradise. I heard there's an authentic la mian stall here, I heard they fry a wicked dry version, and I heard they're generous. All those are music to my ears. First, visually the portion should be obvious. Price of one serves two. But the sensation of this cannot be expressed in the photo. The wok hei and the flavour were unreal. Add to that the oiliness, which wasn't a flaw but a highlight. Ingredients were mainly fresh prawns and squid. I wolfed down most of the bowl.

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Probably one of the under-the-radar areas of Singapore for food, Geylang boasts quite a few popular eateries from handmade noodles to frog leg porridge, zichar and now the Malaysian style bak kut teh. If you have not tried this version yet, it is more towards the herbaceous side as you can see from the colour of the soup and the minute you sip on the broth, you can taste the depth of herbal notes. In addition to the pork ribs, you can find beancurd skin and vegetables in each claypot, which is almost a complete meal of its own. However, what stole the show (and our tastebuds) that evening would be the Dry Bak Kut Teh ($10), which we swop the pork ribs for chicken cuts and the meat is cooked in a rich and dark soya sauce, that comes bubbling in a claypot as well. As you dig through the treasure pot, you will find pieces of dried chilli, lady’s fingers and shredded dried cuttlefish, which contributed greatly to the umami-ness of the overall flavour. It can get too savoury at some point, hence, you must eat it with rice and balance it off with some of the herbal broth.
✨ Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh
📍 251 Geylang Road, Singapore 389303
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This fried kuey teow is similar to the ones you can find in Penang. Not as good, but good enough to satisfy your char kuey teow cravings.

We also had the fried sotong with salted egg. Highly recommended 👍🏻

24hrs 𝗥𝗼𝗰𝗵𝗼𝗿 𝗕𝗲𝗮𝗻𝗰𝘂𝗿𝗱 𝗛𝗼𝘂𝘀𝗲 in Geylang has always been one of our favourite supper hangout place! Simple satisfaction by enjoying a cold cup of Soya Beancurd Drink with their tasty flaky Portuguese Egg Tarts! It’s super fantastic, their soya drink are so fragrant and you can even opt for less or no sugar in their soya drink and soya Beancurd. Our folks enjoys their food too, they only takes their hot Soya Beancurd as it’s so smooth and silky! Comforting and satisfying! ⠀

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