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Thick cuts of char siew with Hakka noodles. The char siew is made from pork belly hence the slightly fattier cuts. The fat-to-meat ratio of a pork belly results in a tender juicy bite with a slightly charred and caramelised exterior. I chose to skip the rice and went for their Hakka noodles which looks plain but turned out surprisingly good. The noodle was a perfect match, cooked till al-dente and drizzled with lard oil 》$5.80

Fusion BCM with wallet-friendly prices. The seafood ikura pork noodles are cooked till al-dente, tossed in homemade sauce and served with prawn paste, scallop, herh keow, sliced pork, minced pork and ikura. The sliced pork is tender and I enjoyed the bursting flavours of ikura with noodles. The highlight has got to be their herh know that comes packed with flavours 》$6

Arrived at 11.57am and placed my order for one plate of black char kway teow (you can order white as well) at $5.00. The stall supposed to start at 11.45am but today they started preparing late so didn’t start cooking until 12.09am. Already I was #10 in the queue.

Finally got my plate at 12.33pm. By then the queue was 30 plus orders with many still in the queue, yet to place an order.

The plate of char kway teow was not too dry, got some wok heat but a bit sweet. You can ask to add lard bits but no prawns for the small serving. I am guessing only from $8.00 onwards. There’s a few decent sized cockles inside, along with Chinese sausages, bits of fish cake, bean sprouts and a few stalks of Chye Sim vegetables.

Overall a good plate of char kway teow worthy of their Bib Gourmand award. But you must be prepared to queue during peak hours. Maybe 40 minutes or more!


It has been awhile since my last visit to their outlet in Yishun.

Today I was searching for some snack to buy for tea break and found this stall available in the hawker centre.

The charcoal pancakes seem interesting, which I gotten the peanut and black sesame. The taste wise was okay, nothing too scary.

I enjoyed much of the generous peanut and black sesame filling inside.


We know there’s many Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodles stall in Singapore now, and we can’t differentiate the different or authenticity from each of them.

But here at this coffee shop, you could find one of this stall as well; which has indicated the stall started since 1986.

I still love the Hong Kong style of noodle here, topped with the usual char siew and fried wanton. There will be a bowl of warm soup with wanton as well.


For the past 3 years, we have tried many times to eat Holy Grill, but they always get sold out by the time we visit in the early evening!

So happy to finally see them still accepting orders when we visited at around almost 7pm timing! Got the BBQ chicken chop and Teriyaki Chicken Chop! Tasty rice was sold out already, so we opted for fries, potato salad and baked potato.

This was not my first time eating their food, as I have enjoyed their chicken chop in the past and wanted to introduce my dining partner to the nice food here. But.....the food fell short of expectations!! The grilled chicken was overly cooked I think, so it was quite hard and not soft and tender! The fries were also kinda overly fried and hard. Turns out the potato salad was the best side dish out of the lot.

Not sure if the standard was below average just for the day of our visit, or whether their food quality has really gone down the hill. Anyone else tried this recently?

Holy Grill - Authentic Western Cusine
Location: 51 Old Airport Rd, #01-27, Singapore 390051

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Headed to Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puff intending to get their YAM PUFFS as I was craving for them, only to realise that for the whole month of September 2023, they will only be selling yam mooncakes, and no puffs for the upcoming mooncake festival season!

Contemplated for a long time before I got 2 pieces of yam mooncake with single yolk (1 piece retails for $10.50)! This is actually not my first time eating their yam mooncakes! Have eaten it before!

Love how you can buy just one piece here, not in a fixed box of 4! Their mooncakes are also packed in paper boxes, so you know you are not spending extra $ for the extravagant mooncake packaging that most other mooncake sellers are doing.

Crispy flaky skin with fragrant yam! 💜

However, if you are getting this with the original intention of getting the yam puff, I think it is better to just wait till the next month to get the yam puffs ($1.6-$1.80 only) haha!

Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puff
📍51 Old Airport Rd, #01-126 Food Centre, Singapore 390051

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Second time at @97nasi lemak !

Besides selling nasi lemak, they also sell the economic beehoon / kway teow mee too!

For this second trip, I dined in instead of takeaway (as takeaway had additional charge). Got the ala carte order with chicken katsu ($1.80) and nyonya fish otah ($1.50). The ala carte nasi lemak rice was 80 cents, hence totals to $4.10.

Not sure why but this time round no cucumber slices were given for the ala carte order (although I do not take it, so not really a concern to me). The sambal chilli sauce is a must for this nasi lemak as the nasi lemak rice was on the lighter side.

(P.S. They are on the @dbsbank $3 paylah participating promo stall list too!

97 Nasi Lemak
51 Old Airport Rd, #01-97, Singapore 390051
Opening hours: 7am to 3pm, closed on mondays

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Got the Big Prawn Noodles, dry with beehoon and kway teow.

For the dry version they will toss the noodles in a chili oil sauce which was not bad but I do wish that it was more fragrant and savoury.

The soup was really good. Savoury and sweet with a strong prawn flavour. Prawns were fresh and of a good size.

Overall a really good bowl of prawn soup with prawns. Worth eating.

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Since 1963, fans of Ng Hock Wah signature 'dry' rendition queue for up to 45 minutes - though with the introduction of digital buzzing, the lines are now invisible.
Their legacy stretches back to hawker legend Ng Tong, who together with brother Ng Seng, created the Singaporean style version of this dish.
Each batch of long cylindrical yellow egg noodles and thin bee hoon / rice vermicelli noodles have fully absorbed the pork and prawn stock, and tossed with chicken egg, result in a soft chew with lovely smoky grainy eggy sweet salty savoury flavour.
The garnishes of bouncy squid and crunchy deshelled prawns lend body, and smoky sweet savoury flavour. Balanced with good wok hei / breath of the wok.
A squeeze of lime juice and cut red chili in soy sauce lend zesty tangy sour salty spicy flavour, cutting through with a zing.
Hokkien Mee
Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee
@ Old Airport Road Food Centre, 51 Old Airport Road #01-32
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A bit expensive but very good muffins from this stall at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre. Good selection of different muffins. Strong buttery taste, loaded with walnuts and chocolate. Yummy!

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Arrived at this Michelin Bib Gourmand Friend Hokkien Mee stall at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre at 10.49am. Was already #8 in the queue and #3 was the next to be served. As I am not a big fan of the drier version of Fried Hokkien Mee, I only ordered the small portion at $5.00.

Got my noodles at 10.49am so only a 10 minute wait. You may ask why even 10 minutes wait for only 5 customers in front. Apparently they have to prepare a lot of take away orders. Packets after packets. In between they will cover the dine in orders.

First thing that stuck me beside the dryness of the noodles is that they use the thinner version of bee hoon. But this worked to their advantage as it was more capable of soaking up the umami rich flavours of the prawn stock. The other thing that I found unique was that they provide sliced chilli instead of chilli sauce. This I did not appreciate as much as it just imparted a raw spiciness to the noodles and I missed the savoury spicy chilli sauce that I am so used to.

What I did appreciate was the smokiness and little charred bits of noodles which you will not get from the wet versions. For $5, you get three halves of prawns (tail on) and a few rather large slices of squid. But no lard or sliced pork which was a disappointment because if I am going to risk the calories and the cholesterol, there better be lard and pork in sinful amounts.

Overall not bad but not my top favourite for reasons above.