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Grateful for places that open late! Mama noodles hit the spot late at night. Though their dishes are always a tax sweet. Refreshing lemongrass tea

Grateful for places that open late! Mama noodles hit the spot late at night. Though their dishes are always a tad sweet. Refreshing lemongrass tea

Enjoyed this! The noodles were hk-style crystal noodles, springy with a nice bite to it. The sauce is decent, and you can opt for green chilli.

I liked the char siew a lot - it’s lean but not dry, marinate is q tasty, on the sweet side. I even got some crunchy corner edges! Wantons were not bad too, the filling was seasoned with sesame oil, there were some sesame seeds too. Satisfied!

Assorted Muffins (12pcs)
Ordered through Khatib Kia Groupbuy

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Gulurou was meaty but it had a v sweet tomato sauce, not a fan. Brown rice was not mushy, soft yet chewy.
Egg was tasty, spinach was normal. Overall it’s alright, idm eating this again but defo not the gulurou. An average caifan for me, but it somehow does see some long queues during lunch hour.

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Fragrant and sweet, with crunchy edges and big variety of filling. Found them not as spongy as SL II / choc and spice / bake of. Quite different from usual muffins - it has wokhei / a charred taste, it’s the same taste when you eat a San lou horfun full of wokhei at a zichar restaurant (yes oddly specific I know). I was initially confused but eventually I decided I liked it.

When I had it the next day it tasted more spongy and cakey. Ingredients are very generous, for every flavour.

Choc was quite crisp, and had a lot more charred flavour. There's choc on top + inside; was sweet. It’s nice but a bit too sweet.

Candied orange was nice and bitter, more refreshing than the rest. Peanut choc was nutty and crunchy. Almond apple was good - juicy tender apple, almonds paired well. Cranberry had a distinct flavour.

Oreo is p sweet. Raisin one had golden raisin, big and juicy but I prefer red raisins, this was q sweet, I don’t prefer these 2 flavours.

Overall thought they veered slightly on the sweet side. I generally liked them, and would queue for them again.


The news came shocked to many people when they suddenly announced their closure in October if there’s no successor taking over the business.

Uggli Muffins is not stranger to many people as they has been selling their pastries for many years, which has gained their recognition for the muffins.

Very unique kind of muffins in naturally irregular shape, which they all are handmade and baked freshly batches by batches. The muffins are all browned in dark shade, caramelised and crusty.

The long queue has always been there and of course now would be the same, but the owner is really nice as they will frequently share the some sample to the people who are queueing. These samples are usually just freshly baked from the oven, so try it while it is still warm.

Since you have been queuing for so long, why not just grab boxes of it back? Each box would come with 10 pieces plus 2 complimentary. Get the mixed flavours and the owner would randomly select for you with flavours they have for the day.

Perfect for gift or just enjoy it at home. I really enjoy the texture and its fragrance flavours. Do grab and try it while they still open.

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I was gifted this box of ‘ugly’ muffins which appeared in an irregular shape with a crusty and caramelised top. Appearance-wise these definitely did not stand out in any way however it actually tastes better than it looks. My favourite goes to the classic chocolate muffins. The muffins are not too sweet with a nice buttery aroma. It was slightly hard when eaten at room temperature but reheating it does make it better.

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Operating since 1968, this stall draws a queue of up to 45 minutes during lunch.
Their rendition is 'wet', with a rich robust prawn and pork stock gravy, along with egg, that infuses the yellow egg noodles and rice vermicelli noodles, soft and slippery with savoury sweet salty eggy flavour.
The crisp bean sprouts lend contrasting texture and vegetal sweet notes, while tender deshelled shrimp and springy squid lend sweet savoury flavour.
Small bits of crunchy pork lard burst with savoury salty notes, and the drizzle of lime juice lends zesty tangy sour flavour. Less wok hei / breath of the wok comparatively though.
Hokkien Mee
Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 天天来炒福建虾面
@ Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre, 127 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #02-27
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One of each of what’s available = S$7.60
Used paylah! Today so got S$3 cashback!

Liang Rou Shou Tao (S$0.90)
Special Made Siew Mai (S$0.90)
Char Siew Bao (S$0.90)
Small Pork Bao (S$0.90)
Red Bean Bao (S$0.90)
Lotus Paste Bao (S$0.90)
Boy & Girl Bao (S$1.30)
Bian Rou Bao (S$0.90)

Felt the skin of the Pau was much thicker now compared to last time.

Teochew Handmade Pau 潮洲自制包点
Address 🛖 : Blk 127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, # 02-02, Singapore 🇸🇬 310 127
Open 🕰️ : Tue - Sun : 6am - 2pm
Website 🕸️ : https://teochewhandmadepau.com.sg/

Imho. Stock is awesome flavorful. I do miss when they used to serve them on opeh leaves!

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Dragonfruit chee cheong fun served fresh, hot & delicious! With a mill to make it onsite!
Blk 127 market, toa payoh lor 1