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Surprise find at the teochew porridge stall. Looks like they are trying to introduce more penang dishes to their menu. The soup was really good and gao!

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1 out of the 3 stalls selling minced meat noodles at Kovan 209 hawker centre, each of which has its own queue. Other than the generous amount of ingredients such as minced meat, fish balls, fish cake slices, mushroom slices, meat ball, pork lard, the sauce that the noodles were tossed in was heavily flavored and filled about a quarter of the bowl. Their chili has quite a bit of spicy kick. However, the noodles was a little tough and the overall taste was only average, probably not worth spending time on queuing.

I always like Tan's Tutu Kueh for it's fragrance and lightness 😋

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A good alternative to zichar dishes for group dining. My fav dishes of the night were the chicken wings ($8 for medium) and deep fried large intestines ($6), which are not often found at other kway chap places

The sesame oil chicken is very flavorful and tender, which goes well with the white rice. I like how the chicken is boneless, makes it easier for kids and elderly to eat. The herbal fish soup ($5.30) is very strong and comes with generous portion of sliced fish!

Overall, this place definitely worth your trip down. 👍 However, advise to come before 6pm as the place is very crowded closer to dinner time.

New Jap place in myVillage with friendly service! The don was pretty good, but also fairly standard. I might give their wagyu beef don a try the next time I'm here - a friend had it and had good reviews of it!

Durian Mousse double shot - 4/5 ($6)
Mango pomelo - 4/5 ($4.50)
Peppermint tea - 2.5/5 ($3.8)

Who doesn’t like a good plate of Nasi lemak with fragrant coconut rice, crispy chicken wings, fried anchovies with peanuts & addictive sambal?

Affordable and value for $$ western food. The highlight would definitely be the truffle popcorn. Aside from that, food is decent for the price point but nothing spectacular.

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Golden egg porn by @riseandgrindco , elevated with the umami of Ikura and smoke salmon, and paired with a sweet dose of beetroot chutney. 💕 Super refreshing and pretty way to start the day! Bonus points for listening to my diet request and replacing the bread with more arugula instead. 🙏🏻🥗❤️❤️❤️

Featured in the picture - the Chicken Stew ($17) and the Chicken Cutlet Korean Noodles ($18)!

the Chicken Stew wasn’t as thick & hearty as I would’ve liked but nonetheless the flavours were there. the bread was toasted nicely and the chicken was extremely tender!

the chicken cutlet was really good, fried to perfection and not overly oily. the spice level is extremely extremely mild. the noodles were the standout factor for me - springy and soft!

all prices were nett so total bill for both items came up to $35! very affordable quaint cafe, would recommend coming!