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2 large pizzas! Sarpino’s pizzas are a family favorite!

Innards are such a guilty pleasure! Intestines, liver and fishcake!

Yummy wanton noodles at Eng Seng Restaurant. Fried wantons are huge and packed with big and succulent prawns and noodles are al dente.

From Eng Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice & Porridge.
鸡丝粥
Wallet friendly prices for the tasty bowl of shredded chicken porridge.
Not bad!

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From Eng Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice & Porridge.
鸡丝粥
Wallet friendly prices for the tasty bowl of shredded chicken porridge.
Not bad!

1 Like

Both dishes were amazing and i loved the pairing of onsen eggs with avocado - surprisingly refreshing and was a just nice size for brunch. A really lovely place for brunch, not too crowded even on a sunday, pretty quiet, plenty of light and theres even card games

It's a dairy-free soy ice cream.

I got the Oreo Cookie flavour and the Original Soy. Was expecting the oreo flavour to taste like cookies and cream, but it tasted NOTHING like. I ended up preferring the Original Soy flavour instead, as it has a lighter taste and less of a beany flavour than the Oreo Cookie.
Really recommend giving the Oreo one a miss. Just get their tau huay or rice balls if you're craving a treat.

Price: $3.80 each

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The seed was planted when I saw Chef Alan Chan (Instagram: @malaccamakanking) post about this stall on his Instagram Stories. It took root and budded after I learned from @cyrenedelarosa who visited with @kfseetoh that she really enjoyed it too. I finally made my way down to the stall at 37 Changi Road today as my curiosity could no longer be contained. I did come close to missing out on tasting the laksa though because a couple of bulk orders were put in. Fortunately, I had heeded Chef Alan’s advice and called ahead so I managed to “chope” a serving. After digging into my portion, I get why George Katong Laksa has ardent fans.
To me, it tastes like a cross between Janggut Laksa and the Sungei Road one located at Jalan Berseh (my all-time favourite). George’s gravy has an obvious sandiness from finely-minced dried shrimp which gives it more savouriness and an almost meaty taste.
Being a friendly gentleman, he shared with me how he has tried to perfect every aspect of his version too. For eg. the thick “beehoon” (rice noodles) is washed twice and left to soak so they can soften and be able to absorb the laksa gravy better.
To be frank, I prefer this much more than 328 Katong Laksa which is too “lemak” (rich) for my personal taste. A $5 serving which is what I got, comes with a generous amount of noodles, small prawns sliced lengthwise, strips of fishcake, small cockles, a heap of laksa leaves and if you like it spicier, a dollop of George’s homemade sambal.

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The bakes at Hei Kim are all made in-house and they are good, if this cake speaks for others. The dense pumpkin puff and cake was not a light sponge but full of volume. Coupled with light chai touches - something I was happy paying $7 for.

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Deep fried crispy wanton.
Always a popular snack to be shared.
Consistently tasty fillings.

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Not only a place for mee pok.
This bowl of creamy smooth, spicy laksa was quite tasty too.
Bouncy fish balls, taupok and hard boiled egg inside.

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Delightful bowl of wanton.
Clear broth, lightly salted.
Tasty with any combination of noodles bowl.

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