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Ordered Bee Hoon and Kway Teow Noodle, can be mixed with different fried types such as famous Chicken Wing, thin fish cake and etc... great value for simple meal and a lot of ppl queue for food after 1 p.m.

🏆 C's Top 3 CTK 🏆
🏆 C's No. 1 White CTK 🏆
PRICE: $3
Available in $3/4/5 (used to be $2/3/4)

WAITING TIME: 3 min on a weekday afternoon (off peak hours)

NOTES: Still the best white carrot cake, with the most amazingly smooth texture. The amount of oil may scare some though.

I added 1 roll of 五香 for 90cents. Its really good! The stall owner helps to squeeze the lime juice out. 😁😁😁 #meesiam #igdaily #igsg #sgig #hawkerfood #redhillmarket #redhillhawkercentre #lunch #lunchie #food #foodie #foodporn #localfood #latergram #burpple #burpplesg

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This might have looked really simple but the poached chicken was exceptionally smooth and succulent.
The rice might not be as flavourful as one would expect, but I think it allows you to appreciate the original flavours of the chicken.
Only $3.50.

And only opened Wed to Sun: 9.30am - 1.30pm.

By the way, I was just wondering how come the hawker centre took a month plus off for cleaning and renovation but it didn’t look very much different from the original. #DFDHawker

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My colleague recommended this place and I am so glad that we came here! All the dim sum we ordered were delicious and I don’t think there were any that disappointed us. My favourites were:

- baked char siew sou: the crust for this was really good and went well with the char siew!
- Chee cheong fun with prawn: the prawn was succulent and the chee cheong fun wasn’t dry.
- xiao long bao: the skin was just right; not so thin that the bao breaks when you pick it up but not too thick. The soup and meat were delicious too.
- Liu sha bao: The filling here really flowed! It was what a liu sha bao should be.

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Definitely the better satay bee hoon stalls in Singapore. Very tasty thick gravy with fresh ingredients of cockles, pig liver, pork slices and cuttlefish. Due to the thick slices of ingredients the overall eating experience is super yummy.

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The soft serve ice cream from Mr Bean is hands down my 👌👌 favourite 👌👌 soft serve ever. Even when I’m on a diet this is always an exception I would make.
However their black soy ice cream didn’t taste any different from their normal ice cream to me, or perhaps my tastebuds are not perceptive enough to catch the difference. It miiigght have been a little thicker and heavier than the normal soya ice cream but then again on different days or at different stores the soya ice cream itself can be thicker or more watery so I’m not too sure about that.
$2.10 for a cone and $2.40 for a cup

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This Hokkien braised duck is very authentic in taste and flavor. Meat is tender and moist and not overpowering with spices. I drank most of the soup as it was not too savory and has duck bone taste. Really yummy till the end.

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First Bak chang of the Year is a vegetarian one! @mrbeansg 🍃🐿
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Kidney bean & chestnut $3.90
Packed with goodies and right texture & taste. 👍 Stay tuned for more in this dumpling festival!!🛶

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