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This franchise has several outlets across Singapore, including several in the North, such as Choa Chu Kang.
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Their version of this dessert is unique, served in a warm osmanthus flower infused soup, having a lovely floral herbal sweet flavour.
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The glutinous rice ball is a little smaller than usual, but the skin has a soft chewy medium thickness, yielding easily to reveal the rich gritty creamy black sesame paste within, with its earthy sweet nutty flavour.
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They only seem to have 1 choice for the filling though. But I like it for the delicious soup.
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Ah Balling Tang Yuan
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert
@ Lot One Shoppers' Mall, 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 #B1-K10
Opening Hours: Daily 11am – 9pm
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2021/11/best-of-singapore-hawkers-ah-balling.html

Eat simi: Signature Pho Beef Combination (ALC)
Each how much: $10.70 (Inclu. service charge + GST)
Eat which store: Pho Street
Eat where: Keat Hong CC
Eat nice not: 1/5
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I’ve never felt more bad writing a review but here we go…😢
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The soup was pretty average, with a touch of earthiness from the spice to provide its flavours. 🙃 However, it was pretty one-dimensional and same goes for the noodles as well which failed to absorb any of the flavour, hence tasting rather flat. Beef was unsurprisingly sinew and tasteless, although the meatball did save the dish a bit. I quite liked the complimentary crispy fried pork roll though. Pretty fragrant and savoury! Especially the addition of mushrooms with added a nice fibrous texture. 👍 Alas, it was insanely oil-drippingly greasy — a result of the lack of frying etiquette. 😮‍💨
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It was my second time visiting after a few years but still can’t seem to get myself to enjoy this pho. It’s quite sadly a warm bowl of noodles which does not seek my return. 💔 But who knows? Maybe I was twice unlucky and you could enjoy your visit there! Third time’s the charm!

IG: @eat_simi

Nasi Rempah Bento from @9spicessg (halal-certified)!

I am sure all of us are familiar with nasi lemak or nasi briyani, but what about Nasi Rempah! Nasi Rempah translates to “Spiced Rice” and it is a unique fusion between Nasi Lemak and Nasi Briyani! 🌟

Items I tried:
🐤Nasi Rempah with Crispy Boneless Chicken Cutlet ($6): The fried chicken was marinated to perfection! I felt like I was eating KFC chicken! Finger licking good! What’s more, there is no bones, made for easy eating!


The rice used here is the basmati rice, and it was very well spiced and seasoned with spices like cinnamon and star anise. Very fragrant aromatic taste! The bento set comes with a choice of meat, cherry tomato, achar (which had sweet pineapples, cucumbers and carrots) and half a hard boiled egg! Along with the rice bento, you get a side of sambal which was mildly spicy, as well as a bowl of thick vege curry sauce dip to go with the aromatic rice. So you get three different taste in total for the rice! ❤️💛♥️

📍They are located at 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4 Coffeeshop. Islandwide delivery is also available on GrabFood. Check them out now!

tried the Satay (mutton and chicken; 10 sticks for $8), which is available daily from 5pm-1am. The satay was grilled to perfection and had a flavourful tumeric taste. The satay sauce dip was also super nutty and went well with the satay skewers! 👍🏻

📍They are located at 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4 Coffeeshop. Islandwide delivery is also available on GrabFood. Check them out now!

Nasi Rempah Bento from @9spicessg (halal-certified)!

I am sure all of us are familiar with nasi lemak or nasi briyani, but what about Nasi Rempah! Nasi Rempah translates to “Spiced Rice” and it is a unique fusion between Nasi Lemak and Nasi Briyani! 🌟

🐟Nasi Rempah with Saba ($7): The saba was such a huge piece! It was also bbq grilled to perfection, very soft and fresh and drizzled with the sweet teriyaki sauce!

The rice used here is the basmati rice, and it was very well spiced and seasoned with spices like cinnamon and star anise. Very fragrant aromatic taste! The bento set comes with a choice of meat, cherry tomato, achar (which had sweet pineapples, cucumbers and carrots) and half a hard boiled egg! Along with the rice bento, you get a side of sambal which was mildly spicy, as well as a bowl of thick vege curry sauce dip to go with the aromatic rice. So you get three different taste in total for the rice! ❤️💛♥️

📍They are located at 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4 Coffeeshop. Islandwide delivery is also available on GrabFood. Check them out now!

Economic Bee Hoon with a varieties of sides. Perfect for breakfast.
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Location: 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-719, Singapore 680302

This stall in Choa Chu Kang has been around for over 10 years, and still attracts a queue.
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It benefits from not having nearby competitors, and serving their food hot (with a lot of turnover). Otherwise, it's really just slightly above average.
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The prawn fritter crackers are the star, crisp and crunchy with enticing sweet savoury salty shrimpy flavour.
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The chili is shiok, with a sweet nutty spicy kick, and makes everything taste better. Might not be worth travelling for, but good if you're already in the area.
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5 Spice Roll / Wu Xiang Xia Bing
Choa Chu Kang 302 FoodHouse Ngoh Hiang Bee Hoon
@ CCK 302 Food House, 302 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 #01-719
Opening Hours: Daily 1pm – 12am
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2021/11/best-of-singapore-hawkers-5-spice-roll.html

Mee Sua with mushroom, minced pork, slices of lean pork, pork liver and meat ball. OK lah, can eat but nothing special.
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Location: Seng Huat, CCK 302 FoodHouse, 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-719, Singapore 680302

3.75⭐ WB received $20 Creative Eateries Birthday Voucher so we decided to have lunch at Siam Kitchen. We ordered a main each and paid $10 after utilising the voucher. The food is not bad but service is too slow. The pineapple fried rice was served after WB finished his tom yum soup and I even have to ask the server to check why it's taking so long.
#SiamKitchen #PineappleFriedRiceWithSeafood #ChickenRedTomYumSoup

3.75⭐ WB received $20 Creative Eateries Birthday Voucher so we decided to have lunch at Siam Kitchen. We ordered a main each and paid $10 after utilising the voucher. The food is not bad but service is too slow. The pineapple fried rice was served after WB finished his tom yum soup and I even have to ask the server to check why it's taking so long.
#SiamKitchen #PineappleFriedRiceWithSeafood #ChickenRedTomYumSoup

A home based business started by fashion designer, has recently opened their first physical stall at Choa Chu Kang.

With its physical stall, he managed to fried more stuffs here other than the signature prawn fritter. I
You could also get to try the fritter while it is still hot, or even better when it is just fried.

The prawn fritters was good for snack after meal or tea time. The prawn was fried perfectly and blended with the fritter, so you could eat the whole thing together; even with the shells.

The popiah was stuffed with generous amount of ingredients as well, while remain its crispiness.

If you plan to drop by to grab some snack, do come early as they start selling from 8am.

After went to Chin Choon Prawn Noodles stall at Bukit Batok, I got to know that they are actually related to Lai Heng Prawn Noodle stall here; from the same family.

So this time decided to make a trip down to try this as well.

Surprisingly both really taste similar, even the presentation. But somehow I felt this stall given a much darker sauce as compared to Chin Choon. $5 (Big)

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