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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Beach Road, Singapore.

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The thinly sliced, tender strips of pork neck are lightly dry rubbed with star anise and black cardamom spices, then grilled till it has a smoky layer, complementing the natural savoury flavours of the pork.
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A rich, thick dipping sauce of Shaoxing Chinese rice wine, black vinegar, ginger, rock sugar, and chili, is served on the side, lending a powerful tangy savoury sour spicy flavour to the meat.
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Plated with a fresh mesclun salad dressed in creamy goma dare / sesame sauce. Good.
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Had the Baja fish tacos, Korean pork belly tacos and carne asada burrito. Decent portion of fusion tacos but a little pricey. There was however minimal meat in the burrito.

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The broth was a little too sweet and lacked the meaty depth and complexity I look for in a bun bo hue, but the portion was big with a fair amount of meat and we stilled enjoyed it anyway.

Taste: 3/5

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(Clockwise from top left) Hainanese pork chop, white chicken, chap chye. The chicken was surprisingly mediocre.

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Everything about this was faultless, from the smoky, juicy and tender pork chop to the fragrant, fluffy rice topped with a limpid fried egg. The egg meatloaf was salty and moreish, I only wish there were more of it.

Taste: 4/5

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Another tasty handmade goodie from the stall.
Potato curry puff, crispy on the edges.
Accompanied with cup of Kopi O.
Classic.

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$3 for this, fried Beehoon, Tau Kwa, fried fish cake and chicken drumlet.
Add some chilli for kicks.

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I had 4 tangyuans with peanut soup ($2). The tangyuan here is pretty chewy and they have a variety of flavours such as peanut, sesame, matcha and yam. The peanut soup was yummy with the peanuts melting in your mouth too!

This chinchow ($2) is a lot firmer in texture than the usual ones we have in Singapore and it’s not soaked in syrup so I could really taste the chinchow! This reminds me more of chao kuay in Thailand and I have missed that indeed!

Char Kway Teow ($4)
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Back at Heji located in a coffeshop along Beach Road to try their char kway teow after I was suitably impressed with their fried hokkien mee. Wow, again smitten by their plate of char kway teow which was just full of wok-hei and the right amount of seasoning. The plate came with cockles, sliced fishcake, some vegetables and chinese sausage slices. They could be a tad more generous on the ingredients but overall, this plate of CKT is definitely worth salivating over and worth the calories!

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I am very contented with this decision.
#AATeats #noodles #ramen #cheese #burpple

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This is my first time having breakfast in Dong Po Colonial Cafe. Ordered Set F (Bostock & Kopi) plus Chocolate Long Cup. The Kopi is quite strong but very good! Try dipping the long cup into the coffee, makes the taste even better for the kopi and long cup. The Bostock really amazing. Crispy, buttery with the fragrant almond flakes. Get ready to queue especially on Saturday morning.

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