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Thereโ€™s a few stalls selling chee cheong fun in this food centre, and Chang Le Chee Cheong Fun is one of them.

Serving only one type of chee cheong fun on the menu, unlike the other stalls here. Offering the light, simple and traditional chee cheong fun in either small or big size.

They start selling as early as 6:30am and it was by a young hawker who his parent own a zi char stall in the food centre as well.

The rice rolls wasnโ€™t homemade here but bought from supplier, then steam it on-site before serving it to you.

The dark and sweet sauce and chilli come separate in small cup. So you can add based on your liking.

The combination of the sauce with the rice roll wasnโ€™t disappoint me for the taste. Simple at its best.

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My mom and I visited this Singapore Coffee Museum to have our breakfast on 28 September 2022.

There were 3 staff near the cashier. While placing our order, my mom asked the staff beside the cashier whether they have mee siam.

The staff told us to look at the menu affixed to the wall. The area was dimly lit and my mom asked the question again. The same staff said something along the lines of, "Refer to the menu and order what you like." Meanwhile, the staff at the cashier looked on and listened to our conversation.

Let's assume for a moment that my mom is illiterate, so lighting is immaterial to my feedback. My mom then placed her order of Mee Siam with the cashier and the cashier finally said, "We do not have Mee Siam here." Why didn't she say this when asked repeatedly at first?

"I thought you said there is Mee Siam?" replied my mom to the staff who told her that.

"I DID NOT SAY THAT WE HAVE MEE SIAM, I told you to LOOK at the menu!" defended the staff.

At the same time, I was having a conversation with the cashier asking whether there were customers on the second floor. If there wasn't, I would not trouble them to open up the level just for us.

To my disbelief, the cashier said, "We (3 of them near the cashier) don't know because we are not in charge of the second floor. We are only in charge of the first floor."

I was speechless for a while. Why didn't you say that you will check and let me know? Is your Manager aware that this is your attitude?

I asked the same question again and explained my rationale. I did not get a response until after completing my order.

One of the three staff must have gone up to check. She came back and kindly told me that there were 2 other people upstairs.

Wow your staff are truly, unbelievably and extremely rude. I hope the Founder is aware of how your staff behave. It is unacceptable!

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A new food spot along Temple Street, which change between day and night. From morning serving coffee, tea and toast; then main dishes during daytime. But once the day turn dark, it transform into a bar.

First time here you will be greet with lots of vinyl at the shopfront. So it is very interesting cafe & bar at Chinatown.

Came during lunch time for their sabroso chicken chop. Featured pieces of juicy, tender and crunchy chicken chop, together with salad.

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Queued for more than 45 minutes at this much vaunted stall in Hong Lim Market for their fried chicken cutlet curry noodles ($5) and Wantan Mee ($4).

I like their curry and chicken cutlet but I wish their noodles could be more al dente. It was actually over cooked and soggy. I liked their wantan which were plump and had juicy pork fillings inside but I wished their char siew was more tender and not like tree bark. I like their prices today considering the way inflation is running rampant in Singapore today in spite of what the published statistics say. But their pork lard, although unlimited to customers, were a tad bitter due to over frying.

For those who have been across the border to Malaysia, many will agree their noodles cannot compare. And not worth a 45 mins queue. On a good day, 45 mins would have gotten me across the border.

Relocated from their previous location at Craig Road, Pasteria Abate is a cozy 2-storey restaurant serving classic homestyle Italian flavours made with fresh ingredients.

Can't leave without trying their homemade tiramisu dessert. Soft and creamy, this is a must get! ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

Freshly made daily, this flavourful pizza impressed us!โœจ Enjoyed how the savouriness of the homemade sausage balances well with the sweetness from the caramelised onions. Would recommend ๐Ÿ‘

Topped with pepperoni, mushrooms, ham, olives, artichoke and mozarella, this signature pizza is also well-received ๐Ÿ• We also tried a few of their other pizzas (including Italian sausage pizza, porchetta pizza and Sicilian pizza).

We also tried their chef recommended and signature dish. This variation of pizza came with freshly roasted pork belly (porchetta), mozzarella, basil, rosemary, rockets and homemade balsamic glaze ๐Ÿท

Cooked in white wine, the pasta is tossed in anchovies, sardine, caramelised onions and pine nut ๐Ÿฅ‚ We also found juicy raisin that soaked up all that flavour ๐Ÿฅบ Compared to mainland Italian food, Sicilian food is generally bolder in flavours. And this Sicilian pasta dish truly reflects that.

If you are a serious pasta fan, you would be happy to hear that they use only Di Martino pasta (made with 100% Italian flour) ๐Ÿ This squid ink pasta is cooked al dente and they are not stingy when it comes to the ingredients ๐Ÿ™ No wonder we finished every strand of this and we even had the massive portion (since we came in quite a big group).

Don't miss out on the foccacio! Made with organic cherry tomatoes that are planted right by their doors, this signature item didn't disappoint ๐Ÿ‘

These fresh breaksticks are baked with Italian mascarpone and Mozarella cheese. Comes with a strong garlicky cheese flavour ๐Ÿง€