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🍛: Braised Beef with Brown Rice - S$7.90
📍: @elyoncafe Singapore

But always a "chicken rice girl" at heart.
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a typical bowl of you mian as I could easily find this taste again in any other you mian stall in hawker centres or food courts.
however, a plus point is that the noodle is above average as the texture is to my liking, neither too firm nor too soft.
also, kudos to the generous portion of minced meat as well.

I found out about this place when one of my colleagues treated me to this! The ice resembles powdery soft snow and is a delight to eat, but what makes this stand out is the thick (almost as thick as honey) gula melaka sauce. I find the sauce addictive and that plus the ice makes this a dessert to be devoured.

Note: the stall officially opens at 12:30 but the queue tends to start earlier so you might want to go early (we arrived at about 12:20 and queued for about 10 minutes).

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Ordered Bee Hoon and Kway Teow Noodle, can be mixed with different fried types such as famous Chicken Wing, thin fish cake and etc... great value for simple meal and a lot of ppl queue for food after 1 p.m.

🏆 C's Top 3 CTK 🏆
🏆 C's No. 1 White CTK 🏆
PRICE: $3
Available in $3/4/5 (used to be $2/3/4)

WAITING TIME: 3 min on a weekday afternoon (off peak hours)

NOTES: Still the best white carrot cake, with the most amazingly smooth texture. The amount of oil may scare some though.

Allocated at ABC FC, these guys behind @funfan_abc_brickworks_market aims to draw the young while keeping the old in mind.
As its name suggests, they play on local Chee Cheong Fan and rice to fuse flavours from other cuisines to hawker food.
Think Pulled pork porridge, a pretty good idea to incorporate a different touch into our familiar local dish.
They also “hawkerised” the Taiwanese Ru Rou Fan (braised pork), adding some pickle and vegetables for the healthier minded.
Pan-fried Cheesy Chee Cheong Fan with wasabi mayo was another local dish reinvented for the younger audience.
Barely 2 weeks old, these guys are continually seeking ideas to improve on their creations. They also plan to update their menu periodically to introduce newer ideas to their basic dishes.
Kudos to our entrepreneurs and we look forward to hearing more from them.

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Found this tucked away in the back of ABC and knew I had to try it. The image isn’t really accurate because this Burger also comes with tomato and lettuce but I asked them to take it away because me and raw vegetables aren’t friends.

Anyway, this burger was huge. Like half my face huge. That’s probably because of the patty, which was very thick, very juicy, and very flavourful. It was topped with wonderful gooey cheese and sandwiches between two very light buns. It also comes with fries, but I don’t have much to say about that. The burger is definitely the main star.

I loved this and will probably be back to try more!