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Variety of roast meats — char siew, sio bak, roast duck and even soya sauce chicken.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/tien-lai-rice-stall/

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We opted for chicken drumstick for our noodles at De Ji Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken (02-85) in Taman Jurong Food Centre. The chicken meat is quite tender, though the noodles can definitely do with more flavour and punch. That said, can’t rant much about the portion for $4!

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We happened to be in the West today and glad to have tried Tien Lai Rice Stall (02-66). Some stalls are still closed due to CNY, but good enough for us.

Gotta admit this was the thickest cut of salmon belly sashimi I’ve ever eaten! $20 for 6 slices. Pretty reasonable considering how thick the chunks are 😇

A sky high tower of Salmon don with torched Mentaiko. The salmon hidden underneath that generous Mentaiko was thick! Great for sharing :)

Yi pin tang

Corn and white fungus chicken soup

On the second floor of this underrated Hawker is this soup stall selling boiled soups that are slow cooked in a gigantic earthern ware .

The soups are cooked over slow convection heat and boasts of a rich flavour .

The white fungus is cooked till almost melted and lends such a silky and creamy texture to the soup .

There is a good variety of soups - ranging from lotus and pork ribs and peanut and black bean pork ribs , watercress pork ribs , old cucumber and pork ribs soup.

Soups so painstakingly cooked with so much love and passion .

Best for this sweltering weather .

Good springy noodles! Always have this when we come here!
Long queue though!

We dine in for the first time at Soi thai (jurong west).It was a relief that we were there early, as the formation of a long queue could be seen at around 7pm.

Ordered the thai style kangkong, red seafood tom yum soup, pandan chicken and pineapple rice. Our favourites got to be the kangkong and tom yum soup. The smokiness from the wok hei in the stir fried kang kong was impeccable. The tom yum soup was thick due to the addition of the coconut milk and rich in taste which comprises of the lemongrass and spiciness from the chilli.

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Seriously, the portion is good enough for two to share.

The fish balls were served in a big bowl of soup. I counted five fish balls, two meat balls with mixed veg and some slices of fish cake.

As for the mee pok, it is a tad over done but I am impressed with the robust chili sauce, vinegar, and lard concoction.

I feel that there is not enough sauce to go around for the amount of mee pok given. By the time I am half way through with the noodle, the sauce have already dried up. The latter portion of the mee pok became so dry I have to keep adding soup for moisture but that actually diluted the flavors.

Despite the mee pok being too dry and the fish balls not very memorable so to speak, it is still value for money because it can keep you really full.

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Appearance: Average
Fish Quality: Average (Meat a little rough)
Soup Base: Delicious

The crowd is probably because of the super tasty soup based, treated fish slices (very Q) and the bee line never seems to stop

3 Yuan Ching Road 01-02A (S)618642
Opening: Open daily
11.30am to 2.30pm & 5.30pm to 10.30pm *
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