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Conclusion: baaaaad. So I really like the idea of custom ingredients in my fried rice or noodle, but this place sucks big time. Basically there are two types of fried rice and two types of fried noodle, and you can geh liao from a variety of ingredients.
1) no wok hei at all, despite all the theatrics
2) chilli not spicy even tho I added extra (they use the HK chilli oil type of flakes, except without the oil)
3) rice was soggy (I like my fried rice dry and fluffy), perhaps due to being closed up in the box after frying, and
4) no taste even though I chose the "stronger" tasting option of shanghai fried rice instead of the tasteless looking egg fried rice.
Idk why this place gets such good reviews! Maybe they pay for them? Maybe Singaporeans have very bad taste in food? Anyway read this REAL review and support your neighborhood tze char instead.

Can’t seem to find the location tag but this is in the shop row opp 7-11, quite near riri. The pearls here are very similar to those in Taiwan!! The pearls are like not clumpy and have the right amount of chewiness and I find it quite affordable. Grab their loyalty card as well for super Aunty-ness 😅

I’ve been here a couple of times with my friends, and I decided to bring my family of 6 over to try the food. We ordered a whooping 13 dishes, and for my fam who is usually a little picky with food, they really enjoyed it! Best part of our meal is that the price of these 13 dishes is even cheaper than some of the tzechar places outside (with less dishes ordered)! Worth the price and calories!!

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Pork Rib Prawn Mee Soup

Don't enjoy at all... the soup is bland, lack of the robust prawn broth taste and the prawns not fresh, only the pork ribs are decent, quite tender.

(from The Old Stall Hokkien Street Famous Hokkien Prawn Mee)

Char Kway Teow

Lucky day... today uncle is so generous with the cockles. Tasty!

(from Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee)

You know those places that proudly declare they serve “hearty Vegan food” but don’t quite live up to it? This isn’t one of them. Meat is great, but these gorgeous Mantou Sliders and that hunky Jack Cubano (both $10) can GET IT any day. Only with a 1-for-1 on Burpple, of course 👅

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** Weekend is coming and time for some deserts! Really enjoy the glutinous rice ball in ginger soup. It comes in sesame and peanut version and both are yummy. The mango pomelo sago was average and I’d recommend to go to Ah Chew Dessert for it.
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📍Mei Heong Yuen Dessert, 味香园甜品
Daily 12:00 - 22:00
133 New Bridge Rd, #B2-32, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
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Spoilt by the choices available at Hong Lim food centre, I decided to go for the queue that has more elderly folks (they really know their food).
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This lil food hack pays well! Love the al dente mee pok and their home made fish ball (S$4.50). Even the lil detail like pork lard is frequent. Def one of my fav fish ball noodle. The only pain is the long waiting time (abt 30mins for mine) as care went into cooking each bowl. Go try it!

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Herbalmint Green Tea with Grass Jelly

Soothing and thirst quenching!

Herbalmint Milk Tea with Grass Jelly

Interesting concoction, quite nice.

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