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Little Man’s new love at @haidilaosingapore in @sunplazamall
Mini 火锅油条 (S$5++)
He had 2 servings of this.
Served with condensed milk dip.

No more Coke bear promotion.
Still got free kids meal, free toy for kid, free ice-cream.

Hai Di Lao
Address 🏡 : 30 Sembawang Drive, # 02-01 Sun Plaza, Singapore 🇸🇬 757 713
Open ⏰ : 10.30am - 6am

Followed my heart (and the reviews) to skip the traditional claypot rice and try the sanlou mifen instead. It didn’t disappoint! I liked the slightly char taste of the bee hoon and how it was flavourful, but wasn’t too salty

We got a peach yoghurt ($4.90) and mango ($5.90) yoghurt drink each. Surprisingly refreshing and yummy!

Was in the sembawang area so decided to give sembawang traditional claypot rice a try (since i could get white beehoon from white restaurant at all areas in Singapore!) the wait for the claypot rice was around 30mins on a sat afternoon. And the restaurant was quite popular and packed till we were seated at the back of the store along the back alleys. This is the medium size portion ($13.80 nett) for 2 pax. While the chicken looks dry upon first look and in photo, it actually was quite tender and soft! Love the spicy chilli sauce given to accompany it too! Will recommend to give this place a try if you are around this area!

a quaint, quiet-ish place serving café food & drinks right at the top of a shopping centre. nice ambience for a date! has a little library for the littles 📚 support for a good cause 🦥

Chai Por Kway Teow - The flat rice noodles is stir-fried with garlic, preserved dried radish and kailan.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chin-lee-teochew-canberra/


Garlic Tonkotsu with Ajitamago Ramen
Available at @ramenhitoyoshi in @sembawangsc
S$10.10++ with coupon in @jpassportsg

Came with complimentary bean sprouts and corn

Great to have during cold rainy day.

The claypot rice was pretty nice, though not mindblowing. The pieces of in-bone chicken were tender and soft, and the flavour reminded me of my fav sesame oil chicken from clementi 448. The leaner chicken breast pieces weren’t as tender, but not dry either. The rice was decent, with crunchy burnt bits below. Could have been more fragrant tho, there’s a lack of the sesame oil smell. Lap cheong was of good quality! Not the lousier tasting cheap kind. They gave a reasonable amount of veg too! Overall it’s rather decent - tho not the best I’ve had, but still quite satisfying :)

Signature Teochew Kway Teow ($10)

Visited the new Teochew restaurant near home, and ordered their signature Teochew Kway Teow ($10). It’s really good with a nice char outside but the noodles were still springy with wok-hei! The kway teow was stir-fried with chai poh, giving it an extra texture and flavour.

📸 & ✍🏻 by Tastemaker Cecil Dulam