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nothing fanciful abt this cafe. owner was unfriendly.. cake n coffee was so so only. not worth the visit guy. 4 cakes 3 coffee 4 teas = $67.50

I’m personally not a huge fan of dry ban mian as I love soup noodles so much! But my boyfriend really loved the dry maggi mee he had, with chili. The noodles I had were bouncy, comes with a little mushroom, vegetables, pork balls on the side.

By the time we reached there on a weekday night for dinner, the banmian was already sold out. So come earlier if you would like to try the banmian!

It was the cheapest bingsu on the menu.

Dollops of sweet red bean, sprinkled with sweet warabi powder for that light, accentuating the sweetness of the dessert. But sweet on sweet may actually be a wonderful combination, if it’s not jelak.

But the milky bingsu was delightful to eat, melting once it comes in contact with your tongue. I really enjoyed it, and I actually finished it on my own!

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As compared to other korean set meals in this area, this is definitely worth your money given the free flow sides (pickled vegetables, kimchi, and another side dish of the day) and complementary tea and seaweed for every soup set.

Taste wise pretty decent, with the soup compromising of soft tofu, prawns, squid, mushrooms and vegetables. Love how the korean rice complements the comforting soup.

Ratings: 7/10
Value: 7.5/10 (go when you’re famished)
Price $11.90
🚫 Don’t go
💰 So-So
🌈 Must Go ✔️ (when you’re ravenous)

Not the most buttery, but still satisfying! It was very flaky, light and had that nice crisp all around. Remember to have your bakes warmed up to enjoy it at its best!

182 Jalan Jurong Kechil #01-51
The Hillford
Singapore 596152
🕗 8am to 8.30pm Daily


Super glad that there’s a new bakery just minutes away! Bread Createur’s bakes are all done fresh daily and I’ve been loving the lovely whiffs of them when I passed by the past few mornings. Their Kouign Amann was flaky, buttery and wasn’t overly sweet. Service was friendly and homely!

182 Jalan Jurong Kechil #01-51
The Hillford
Singapore 596152
🕗 8am to 8.30pm Daily


Ordered $5 (minimum $4) as I was hungry and it clearly didn't disappoint me. The lean pork, cockles and prawn are fresh and the satay sauce is not those that are thick which can caused jelat and it can be addictive.

This stall has been featured in blog such as Thesmartlocal and television show. Forgot to take a picture of it so I'm using the picture I found online.

Alone, the soup was light, sweet, and well-populated with ingredients. The addition of mee sua gave the soup a novel viscosity that eliminated the need for milk. (I highly recommend! Lower cals than thick bee hoon anyway.) The fish slices were soft, perfectly cooked, and absolutely devoid of piscine odour. I’m wildly impressed because the average fish soup is afflicted with unevenly cooked fish: most hawkers still grapple with the intractable texture-taste dichotomy.

🏅 10/10
💭 Must try

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For $5, this is a really well-prepared dish. The broth is thick and loaded with just the right amount of oil/fats. The ramen noodles are well-cooked. The char siew was definitely awesome!

Though not the best ramen in Singapore, but its definitely awesome for its price. I'm truly amazed at what local hawkers can achieve, for what can be considered a tedious and complex dish to prepare. 💪🏻

Rating: 3.5/5

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Decent portion for 2 person.
Pocket friendly.
Closed at 3am.

Item ordered: Sliced fish mee sua - the broth is super duper good!

Food: 4.5/5
Ambiance: 3/5 (hawker setting)
Service: 4/5
Overall experience: 3.5/5

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