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Great artisanal coffee in the neighbourhood. Truly a hidden gem.

Authentic thai cuisine at joe's kitchen. The restaurant serves really quality thai food! Its not too expensive too.. highly recommended.

One for one lobster soup, got Alibabar Beef Burger $8.50++ (lunch time offer). Burger juicy n nice, mouth not that big to eat haha...also ordered beef salad and pan seared foie gras...Enjoyed as almost off lunch time.

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Fantastic coffee! Crowded on weekends.

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Located at 159 Mei Ling Street, unit 02-40, Mei Ling Food Centre, Singapore 140159. (Previously from Newton Food Centre)
Fried Char Kway Teow, $3. Decent portion for the price, loaded with generous ingredients of fish cake, beansprouts, eggs and cockles. We love their ratio of noodles and Kway Teow that’s well paired! Every plate is fried to little moist, not too dry and very flavourful. Yummy lunch! .
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6 pieces of deep-fried chicken goodness! Like the promotional posters, each piece has red and green speckles - possibly curry leaves and chilli flakes. It also goes surprisingly well with curry sauce. At 0.81 cents per piece though, this comes with a price tag.

A&E stumbled upon this little shop and shared an egg prata just before dinner. It was crispy, buttery, and better than the prata E had this morning at AMK. It wasn’t “elastic” though, and different from the traditional prata. Prata was served with fish curry.

Beef brisket noodles are an underrated dish in singapore, especially the Cantonese beef brisket noodle variant. While they haven’t quite gone the way of the dinosaurs, it’s still a rare find, and requires going out of the way to places like Mei Ling Market.

Fortunately, Lao Jie Fang’s beef brisket noodles ($5) are worth the effort. Springy thin egg noodles are tossed in a mouthwatering mix of potent chili and that sapid sauce that the beef is slowly braised in. As for the beef itself, there’s a generous portion of meaty chunks of brisket that gently pull apart under slight pressure.

Not only are they tremendously tender, the flavorful sauce has fully permeated every last morsel of beef, and each bite is a gentle explosion of solidly savory flavors. The beef tendons in the bowl are a few seconds away from melting on its own, and each gelatinous bite is brimming over with pure deliciousness.

A mildly interesting thing about Lao Jie Fang is just how fastidious the proprietor is about the cleanliness of his stall. It’s easily the cleanest stall in the entire hawker centre, and I’m positive I saw the guy wipe down the countertops about a half dozen times while I was slowly reveling in the redolence of this bowl of beef brisket noodles.


Shiok sia. Strong pistachio flavour. Most importantly, the cake was thick not light!

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So shiok! Durian cakes seldom have any or enough durian. This legitimately had both good durian and good cake.

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Nice and comforting to have. Kinda nice actually. Will ordered this my next visit

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