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Understated at first glance. But once you dig it, the flavour of the well-cooked and well-marinated rice just explodes in your mouth. The mutton (i.e. Goat) was cooked so fantastically that you can even taste all the spices (used to marinate the meat) on the bone! #Mindblown

I also like how this place is less heavy on the gravy. Instead, they offer a yoghurt sauce to accompany the dish. Awesome combination! This is definitely my go to place for biryani! 😋

Rating: 5/5

Still one of the best value vegetarian eat in Little India @ Ananda Bhavan 👉
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🔸North Indian Thali Set $11.30 (pick between Roti & chapati), Soup, basmati rice, veg, cues, Masala papad, onion & chili salad, pickle and sweet: Gulab jamun
🔸Pani puri $6.90 potato & pea filled balls
🔸Rava Thosai (their signature) $3.90

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The best place to have dim sum even past 12 midnight and you still see people waiting upside to get their number call to be seated.

I decided to take away because the waiting time was too long but should give it a try for their carrot cake, which my personal recommendation of all.

From the new branch of Jin Jin Dessert at Tekka Centre, known for its Gangster Ice and Power Chendol. Liked how they were so generous with all the condiments, from the Pandan jelly to the palm seeds. The best part would be the Gula Melaka though; that thick and fudgy sweetness that makes their version stand out — something I would go for again!

If gravy and rice is your thing, you can never go wrong with this dish. The sweet spot between saltiness from the gravy and the sweetness from the rice combined. Meat was well stewed to tenderness and the bones were soft and chewable.

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What first caught my senses even before it hits the table was the scent of fried seafood goodness. Noodles were wok fried with prawn broth and served along with prawns, crayfish and a superb amount of squid. The crayfish were a little dry but the fragrant left me addicted and craving for more to the point where I found myself savoring every single presence of meat there is to be dug out from its shell. The huge pieces of eggs, crispy pork and fish roe were a huge bonus to the variety and details of a single dish. This dish is only available on the Fridays, public holidays and weekends !

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You don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket to have a good meal. Case in point is this humble chapati. Made fresh and served warm, it’s so good with channa masala (chickpeas) and mutton keema. Heck, it was good even on its own. I am not a fan of chapati but after one here, I’m a convert. There’s something about their chapati flour or the way they cooked it. It’s good. In fact, I ended up having two by myself! All these for a grand sum of SGD 7.40. What a steal.

Hand in Hand has an impressive menu but be sure to focus on the dumplings, which is their specialty. They have more than 20 different varieties of dumpling and the recipe for their signature xiao long bao is so prized, even the chefs don’t know it. The owners prepare the meat filling for the soup dumplings very early in the morning before handing it over to the chefs to cook during service. The xiao long bao have a rich and meaty flavour with plenty of soup although the dough is on the thicker side. But my favourite are the pan fried dumplings as seen in the picture, which are meaty and tasty and really addictive!!
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