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PRICE: $4

WAITING TIME: 10 mins on a Friday at 6.30pm

REMARKS:
- (Good) Old school taste. Can hardly find this taste around anymore.
- The kind of egg noodles we like.
- Good charsiew
- The fried pork lard was soooo good.
- Wantons were flavourful
- His new favourite Wanton mee, he says.

WILL WE RETURN? YES

Alert if you like your meat dishes at caifan stalls, because for some reason, this in an industrial estate serves mainly meat. Among those, they seem to have fried versions of everything. For a gravy lover, they also have a separate pot of curry for your rice. I ordered braised pork belly, sweet and sour pork, Thai-style taukwa.

How curry rice should be. Pork chop was addictive and like biscuit, plate was drenched, and bonus was the special chilli sauce. Their eggs were beautiful, just that suay mine not runny. I also ordered chap chye and lion's head.

Loved the baguette, crispy and fresh! The filling was also flavourful: the fragrance of the coriander, sweetness of the sauce and spiciness of the chilli came together really well. Best part it’s only $3.80!

We got the beef and chicken ones.. they’re quite tasty, and worth it especially with the Burpple Beyond!

I usually prefer duck rice that serves flavoured/yam rice doused in their thick braised sauce, like one of my favorites - He Ji Braised Duck Rice Noodle in West Coast. Tai Dong’s different as they only offer white rice as their carb, but it’s fab! Their braised sauce is very flavourful and not overly salty.

Though the duck slices were not the most tender depending on the part you get, but they’re very thoroughly braised and tasty especially with the duck skin on! Of the sides, please make sure to get their addictive stewed cabbage. They were probably stewed for hours as they were so soft! We also loved the smooth braised bean curd, braised eggs and duck livers. If you need more braised sauce, pop back to the stall and they’d be happy to add on!

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An old gem tucked away at the corner Sin Huat Eating House coffee shop in Geylang Lorong 35.
They have been here over 30years already.
Operating from 9.30am to 3.30pm almost everyday.
Decent and Delicious bowl of Turtle Soup.
Not overwhelming with herbs and spices.
Light and flavourful soup just right for brunch or lunch.
Previous Subsidiary located in Lavender has closed down for some time already.
Priced at S$15 for small 1pax, S$30 for medium 3pax and S$50 for large 5pax.

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Pretty average Kway Chap, but do order their braised pig’s trotters. It was so tender, literally melts in your mouth kind. The gravy from the braised pig’s trotters is a bit sticky most probably due to the collagen from the skin. One of the best braised pig’s trotters eaten yet.

(Around $17 for 2 pax)

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My fav Dark version. 🤣😱👌
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Best of both worlds with one of Singapore's local favourites packed into a quick snack. The onigiri was savoury, sweet and spicy all in one, and well stuffed with fillings. Quite a fun alternative to eating a plate of it.

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Nice sweet sauce coating Noodles with a firm chewy bite. Generous ingredients too. What surprised me was the super thick and flavourful soup thats clearly different from other ban Mian stalls, as it's made with Fish. Worth a try just for the soup, but the chili was standard