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$9.90. good portion. creamy and flavourful.

The congee itself could be a bit bland to some, but I like it this way. It comes with fried dough fritter which paired really well with the congee. Simple home made taste.

And who wouldn't opt to order their set that comes with toast, especially when they are known for them!

My friend recommended this place and brought me here. The place was quite packed when we arrived at 12pm with people on one side waiting for their takeaways and another queueing up to order their food.

I had the Century Egg with Meat Ball Porridge ($4.50). A bowl of seasoned porridge with cubed century egg and handmade meatballs. Porridge tasted like they seasoned mainly with soy sauce. Century egg given was a good amount. Meatballs were flavourful.

My friend had the Mixed Pig's Organ Porridge ($4.50). I tried the intestine from my friend's porridge and was just wonderfully surprised. The intestine was actually very flavorful. Maybe they marinated it before cooking. Definitely would get the Intestine Porridge if I come back.
We also got the You Tiao($1). Comes in one whole piece.

Overall to me I think this is a normal bowl of porridge and I wouldn't want to wait for half an hour just to have it.

$6.50 for a slice of carrot cake. Most, dense, slightly sweet.

Their spicy chilli sauce goes well with this plate of Fried Hokkien Mee ($4.00 to $6.00)
 
Location: Fatty Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee, 51 Hougang Ave 9, #01-16 Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Singapore 538776
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Decent bowl of Fried Cod Fish Lor Mee ($4.00)
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Location: Jue Dai Lor Mee, Hougang Ave 9, #01-13 Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Singapore 538776

Cheesy oven baked elbow pasta simmered in mala sauce with mushroom and bacon topped with half boiled egg and parmesan cheese. This was so damn delicious, that we finished the whole bowl within minutes! With the stringy and salty melted cheese, the spicy mala added another dimension of flavour to the dish. Together, they made for a lively and unstoppable party of flavours! Highly recommended!

DRY WANTAN MEE - S ($4.50)
Very interesting take on the wanton mee I’m familiar with! No black sauce involved, just springy noodles🍝 & silky boiled wantons, though the latter’s skin could have been thicker as it tore apart too easily.

FRIED WANTAN - S ($3.50)
For those who prefer skin>meat! Was veryy crispy but also very oily so sharing is a good idea.

This was a pretty good cup of earl grey latte! It was very fragrant. A pity that they don’t have normal pearls here - they only have brown sugar pearls, so my latte sort of became an “earl grey brown sugar latte” of some sort, which honestly was really yummy.

Would recommend getting a lower sugar level if you’re picking the pearls, since they come with brown sugar.

We visited on a Sunday evening and there wasn’t a queue, which was nice. Service was good, the man at the counter was very friendly.

Quite enjoyable. I had heard a lot about this zichar.

Japanese curry rice topped with crispy chicken cutlet and creamy scrambled eggs.
The egg is cooked perfectly with the soft moist texture and the curry is not spicy.

Price : $10 ++
Rating: 7/10

Ba chor mee's take on volcano ramen. It was surprisingly better than expected. There's lots of ingredients as you can see. The mee kia was cooked very well. And the soup, although quite sharp, was good to drink.