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Set lunches at Ma Maison are super value for money! Comes with an entree, choice of rice or bread, soup of the day, salad and a drink! You will be sure to fill your bellies!

Satisfying Japanese food: pizzas, pasta, omurice and more!

Love to dine at Ma Maison for their $13.90++ set lunches that come with choice of rice/bread, salad, soup of the day, entree and a drink. Love the ambiance and the food is amazing. Favorite restaurant for fusion Japanese food easily!

Run by a Thai couple, this is a popular stall at Mei Ling hawker centre. We were adventurous and tried the deep fried fish with mango sauce ($21)! Was half afraid that it might end up sweet but was pleasantly surprised with the zesty raw mango and use of chilli seeds & garlic. Also ordered the cashew chicken ($8), kai lan ($5) and Thai fishcake ($5). In particular, the service is impeccable - the lady boss remembered that one of us had a prawn allergy, and came to our table to inform us that the fish dish had some hei bi in it. She later kindly separated the sauce from the fish! Kudos to them :-)

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My top 3 laksa in SG.
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The first word I muttered upon digging into a piece of scallop was "OMGGG wow!!". I had been looking for a place where I could customise my own liking of sashimi instead of just any other assorted plate. The sashimi here is freshly prepared and each piece glides down your throat like a piece of marble. I wondered why it even took me so long to come here so it's my duty to promote this gem of a place to others. Just make the trip down; you won't regret it I promise!

Mua chee ($2)

Peanut was nicely roasted and chopped, not the kind of too finely chopped ones at pasar malam.

One of the better ones remaining!!

Mackeral otah ($1.20)

Has real bits of fish in it. Tasty!

Laksa medium bowl ($5.50)

Prices go from 4.50 for small bowl to 6.50 for big bowl.

Soup is light but aromatic with the crushed dried shrimps. Not spicy so can add more chilli if you want more kick. Finished all the soup! Also easy to eat and slurp with the spoon, no need for chopsticks!

Hot & Spicy Handmade Noodles - each bowl is topped with an egg, fried fish bean curd, three meatballs, anchovies, braised minced meat, and of course, the special chilli.

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