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Noodles were springy and complemented well with the sauce. Ingredients were generous in its thick cut braised mushrooms, handful of minced meat and noodles stand up with its fragrant fried sole fish.

Nasi Lemak.

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Claypot Century Egg Pork Porridge ($3.20) and they charge only $0.30 to add a egg! Smooth and flavourful porridge filled with generous slice pork, century egg topped with youtiao.
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Location: Wang Wang Claypot Congee, Sin Huat Lee Restaurant, 371 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-326, Singapore 650371
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This place serves quite a nice bowl of tau suan. It's not overly starchy and filled with generous mung beans. If they can tone down the sugar level, it would be perfect.

Location: Sin Huat Lee Restaurant, 371 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-326, Singapore 650371
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Ice cream shop located beside the hawker centre. Ice cream was light and creamy. Loved the durian ice cream in particular

$7.40 for both scoops (+$0.80 premium flavour)

One of my favourite cai fan places due to its variety and affordability! This plate of 2 veg + 1 meat ($2.90) is priced competitively, but they definitely do not skimp on flavour. I recommend the honey chicken - crisp with a sweet savouriness!

Since I was in the Bukit Gombak area, I decided to check out this reputable Hainanese chicken rice stall for lunch. You don’t have to queue and wait, you just tell them where you are seated when you are ordering and they will deliver the food to you. The chicken was really yummy! It was so smooth, juicy and tender, and it came with bean sprouts too! Wasn’t a fan of the rice though, it was not as fragrant as I would have liked. Overall, still a really good chicken rice place that I would visit again if I’m in the area. Heard their sesame chicken and roasted meats are good, will probably try those the next time.

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They are specialised in the Hainanese Chicken Rice but their Char Siew are surprisingly not too bad too. Can skip their sesame chicken, kinda too dry for me.
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Location: Shi Mei Hainanese Chicken Rice, , Blk 371 Bukit Batok St 31, Singapore 650371
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It’s so hard to find a place in Singapore with affordable but good Greek food! I got the lemon chicken wrap, unfortunately couldn’t taste the lemon and the chicken was undercooked, but the kitchen kindly fired up some additional slices of chicken 😊 really great and friendly service too. Will definitely come back to try the other items in the menu!
3.5 ⭐️ out of 5

I had been very intrigued by this stall's hipster hawker food. The Hokkien mee itself was very good, including flawless lard, addictive chilli and generous portion. But the addition was merely some Hokkien mee ingredients stir-fried spicy. Not to mention it used the same chilli. Not to mention calling it pork belly is a misnomer.

I had been very intrigued by this stall's hipster hawker food. This is one of their popular dishes and it's easy to understand why - salted egg and calamari. But here's the interesting thing: the add-ons are superficial compared to a very good Hokkien mee. Plus the lard was flawless, the chilli addictive and the portion generous.

Saw many people ordering the Murtabak ($7) but I have to say i was pretty disappointed 😔 the shredded chicken inside was dry, and too salty. Both the mutton and fish curries were a bit too salty for me as well. The cheese prata ($2.50) was pretty yummy, with what I think was mozzarella cheese inside. It was pretty greasy though. The onion prata ($1.50) was really delicious, with the onions perfectly cooked and so fragrant!