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From Red Stove
福建虾面
Fried Prawn Mee $3.50 for small size.
Squeeze the lime & stir in the sambal chilli.
Yummy every slurp.
Brisk queue for now.

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Quite a perfect cupcake! -
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It comes with fishballs which were bouncy and a big piece of fishcake!

Note: Food photos were taken before the current circuit-breaker measure.

From Origin 草地人
豆花仙草
Delightful soft soya beancurd x grass jelly dessert.
Awesome!

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From Ding Xiang Dessert
红豆汤
Item 15 on menu.
Aromatic dessert soup from long hours boiling.
Soft beans. Slightly sweet.

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From 26 Eating House
Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodles $3 a bowl.
With red chilli sauce & vinegar green chilli.
Crispy wanton, sliced red char siew & green vegetables, slurp with spring egg noodles.
Bowl of clear broth with more wanton on side.
Comfort food indeed.

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The owner was proudly sharing his soup recipe to the diners seated beside us as we were having our meal. His secret? Quality ingredients.

Our hotpot was served with pieces of pork rib and pig tail, lean pork slices, some innards, white clams, huge prawns, crab and white cabbage.

Taste: 7/10

Price: 6/10 (We paid a total of $50 for a huge pot full of quality ingredients and 2 bowls of refillable prawn noodles.. It was definitely not an expensive meal, but considering the soup base was the prawn noodle broth and each bowl of prawn mee goes for $10, I’m not too sure if I would return for this hotpot..)

Mum has been a frequent customer at their Bugis stall, but it’s my first time trying! This was very impressive for its price - just $2.50 and you get a chunky piece of freshly fried fish, along with an egg and bits of pork belly, ngoh hiang and fish cake. Gravy was well seasoned, had a good consistency and wasn’t too thick. The counter has chilli, vinegar and minced garlic for you to add too based on your preference. Star of the bowl was the crunchy, tender and meaty piece of fried fish, so would definitely top up 50 cents more for their Fried Fish Lor Mee ($3) for more fish next time!

📍MaBo #01-54
Geylang Bahru Market and Food Centre

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Rated ⭐️⭐️⭐️ on @foodkingnoc, @huiweibanmian is a humble hawker stall at Geylang Bahru Food Centre that specialises in homemade ban mian. Offering both soup and dry versions, their Signature Chilli Ban Mian is the one that's highly recommended 👍.

After giving a good mix before digging in, what stood out most for me was the wonderful marriage of flavours, as well as their al dente handmade noodles. For those that can’t handle the spice well, I’ll suggest ordering it less spicy. That small scoop of chilli paste was really highly “effective”🙃.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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The tender, juicy and tasty chicken was cooked in soy sauce which left a savoury taste on the smooth skin. Noodles were cooked to the perfect firm and springy texture with braised sauce and chili. Chicken was moist and smooth, giving a very natural taste through every bite 》$3

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