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A hidden gem opened by an ex-Crystal-Jade chef — expect comfort food with the heartiest flavours at this stall tucked away atop Bishan Bus Interchange. Oh, and expect super affordable prices too.

You can't pass on their 𝗣𝗼𝗮𝗰𝗵𝗲𝗱 𝗦𝘇𝗲𝗰𝗵𝘂𝗮𝗻 𝗗𝘂𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴𝘀 𝗶𝗻 𝗦𝗽𝗶𝗰𝘆 𝗦𝗮𝘂𝗰𝗲 ($6). Delicate and silky parcels engorged with flavoursome meaty goodness, then bathed in a crimson pool of vinegar-laden sauce that delivers a satisfying spice kick without being overpowering.

It's simple but soul stirring with its efficacious medley of flavours — a choice you won't regret at its price point, comparable to offerings at iconic institutions such as DTF. Sometimes, it's the stripped-down indulgences that really hit the spot the hardest.

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Mala intestines noodles @ $7

Another awesome dish at this stall. The spiciness is good though it can be just a tad more. The noodles are well cooked and of the texture that we like. The intestines are so huge and also very well cooked with the right texture.

Definitely will be back to try the other noodles again!

Dumplings 红油抄手 @ $6

Have been thinking about this place since the last time we had the roujiamo (meat bun) here, and so we came back.

Really love this dish, the portion is great for the price and the dumplings are also of good size. Each dumpling is also generously filled with well seasoned filling and the skin is also of perfect thickness (thinness) and texture (not too chewy).

Super satisfying and definitely will be back.

I seldom come to Bishan neighbourhood and it is glad to find Denzy Gelato in this area.

Mango yuzu is of course the refreshing flavours to enjoy for the hot day.

As I go to any Korean restaurant, I usually would order their pancake as side dish.

Sadly their seafood pancake here was truly disappointing. It is taste more of just flour without any flavours, even as it added some shrimp on it.

The pancake not just too hard to eat but totally not appetite at all.

The noodle recipe was impart from an old Korean lady – Halmuni – (Grandmother) Song. Which used secret recipe to created this unique noodles soup.

The soup was tasty and interesting to find lots of dry shrimp in it.

Ordered two milkshakes and one serving of sweet potato fries to share and we thought that the serving was very generous! Milkshake is also great for sharing as it is quite a sizeable portion + might be a little thick and sweet if left to melt (think melted ice cream). Overall a nice cosy experience at Good Bites! Not a big space so recommend making a reservation especially at peak timings.

They say imitation is the best form of flattery. This probably explains the wave of eateries specialising in Din Tai Fung-style egg fried rice island-wide following the success of King of Fried Rice.

Mr Egg Fried Rice is one of the newest contenders to KoFR's throne. Similar to KoFR, you get to choose from 4 different types of fried rice (the original, tobiko, tomyum and xo scallop) and several toppings (pork chop, chicken chop, luncheon meat, prawns or salmon cubes). Priced between $5 to $10, its slightly pricier than your regular kopitiam option but not by much. As each plate is made to order, you can expect up to an hour wait during the peak dining hours.

Unlike their competitors, Mr Egg cooks their egg fried rice over an induction cooker instead of a gas stove (cue: Uncle Roger's haiyaaaaah) which will explain why their rice lacks the wokhei oomph. Their rice also on the drier side and lacks flavour.

Their pork chop is also on the thinner side. It is kinda dry and could use more marinade. I had to give their chilli a miss that day as I had a bad case of ulcers but my mum said it isn't too bad.

Mr Egg Fried Rice is a miss for me but I may just give them a try again when I have the craving and the queue is a little shorter.

my boyfriend and i impress myself. $96 worth of dim sum for two… highlights: pork chilli oil wanton, prawn chee cheong fun & liu sha piggy bao

very good. generous chunk of pork filling with a good bite, very plump and huge. could be juicier though.

pretty good! super crisp fried to perfection eggplant topped with crunchy and sweet pork floss bits. eggplant was well battered and didn’t feel too oily, fairly light.