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Followed this stall for over 15 years, since the time they were at Eunos. Now with 2 stalls; the more prominent one in Serangoon Gardens and another in Ang Mo Kio, the legend of Mr Lee's 'tok tok' cooking technique carries on.
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What makes this place stand out are the robust flavours of both gravy and soup versions, pairing nicely with the springy soft texture of the mee pok / wide flat egg noodles.
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The gravy is thick and decadent, rich with earthy salty savoury flavour enhanced with pork lard, while the spicy notes are mild.
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The pork bone soup is rich and full-bodied, probably the most strongly flavoured of pig's liver, carrying an earthy savoury sweet mineral taste. The premium version is enhanced with fish maw and egg, giving it a strong depth of flavour.
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The minced pork is fresh and meaty sweet with a light chew, while the tender slow braised mushrooms have deep earthy salty savoury flavour.
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A bit expensive for the portion size, but it's an all-round reliable quality that's delicious.
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Bak Chor Mee
Seng Kee Bak Chor Mee
@ Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre, 49A Serangoon Garden Way #01-37
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Decent and average chicken and pork satay that was lacking the strong charred and smoky flavours. The marinate leans towards the sweet side and the pork satay was a little tough. Served with peanut sauce added with pineapple puree. It’s not that bad but given the choices across the road, there are just much better stalls over there 》$0.70 Each

📍Katong Satay Supply

No-frills tze char stall that serves a good selection of dishes. Food taste and prices are pretty decent compared to other tze char stores. I ordered the fish head curry that came thick and well balanced with generous servings of vegetables. The curry was not too spicy which makes an excellent pairing with rice. The fish was fresh but I’d prefer a more generous serving of fish 》$26 + $0.50 Rice

Garden Street Kway Chap is probably my new favourite kway chap spot. Ingredients are fresh and it’s surprisingly light. Ironically I didn’t get any offals from here and instead opted for their pork belly set. I’ll try their intestines next time.

served thin, smooth kway chap with quite tender meat, clean intestines, tender pork skin, egg and tofu.
💰$8
📍Garden Street Kway Chap.
49A Serangoon Garden way #01-21

𝙈𝙧. 𝘽𝙧𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩𝙨𝙞𝙙𝙚 𝙁𝙡𝙖𝙩 𝙒𝙝𝙞𝙩𝙚☕✨($5.40) - I usually go for coffee beans with a nutty profile, but my instinct told me to try 𝙈𝙧. 𝘽𝙧𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩𝙨𝙞𝙙𝙚 and I was pleasantly surprised by how "bright" this cuppa turned out to be! Paired with creamy milk, it was extremely refreshing and wasn't too tart or acidic, which I really appreciated. Definitely a cuppa I'll return for! 😘♥️♥️

𝘽𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙠𝙛𝙖𝙨𝙩 𝘽𝙪𝙧𝙜𝙚𝙧 🍔($17.70) - An assembly of cheddar scrambled eggs, spicy aioli, caramelised onions, back-bacon, brioche buns with a side of mini hash browns. Loved how the eggs were beautifully done, although the price is kinda on the steeper side for a "regular" burger.

𝘾𝙖𝙣𝙙𝙞𝙚𝙙 𝘽𝙖𝙘𝙤𝙣 𝘽𝙪𝙩𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙢𝙞𝙡𝙠 𝙒𝙖𝙛𝙛𝙡𝙚 🥓 ($15.50) - The waffles here are more dense than fluffy, which offers a substantial feeling of satisfaction with each bite. I personally prefer light airy waffles though, so I wouldn't say this is a fave!

Overall, we really enjoyed our experience here, plus points for the fans at the outdoor area which kept us cool despite the scorching heat! 🥵🧊☀️

This was on the sweeter side for me! Would try their EVOO ice-cream which the staff said was towards the savoury side before deciding if this place is worth more visits

Duck rice for 2pax + Braised pork belly + Pig Tongue + Dao pok + Cabbage @ $13.30

Been eyeing at this place for super long alr but always been deterred by the long queue. Happened to be there early today and possibly due to the nice cooling weather (so everyone is sleeping in), there wasnt much of a queue!

The duck is super soft and tender and nicely flavoured. The sauce is also perfect with the meat and the rice.

All the sides were really good too! And the cabbage was soft and easy to eat (we dont really like the overly crunchy type).

It's really satisfying and the portion is also generous for this price. Will be back after we finish trying the other stalls in the food market!

There’s a reason why people living in the hood will recommend Aliff Nasi Lemak. Especially when we traveled all the way from the west, there’s no excuse for not trying. In fact, leaving more stomach space for whatever that’s recommended in the same hawker centre!

Affordably priced at $4 for a Nasi lemak set that consists of the usual suspects, fried chicken wing, ikan bilis and a sunny side up, the way it was wrapped in a pyramid reminded me of those found in Penang somehow. True as I have read previously, the use of basmati rice here elevates the entire flavour’s lightness, even the coconut taste was light enough for my liking. Personal favourite was the fried ikan bilis as usual for the intense crispiness that got so addictive. But the star here was definitely the sambal chili, well-balanced sweetness paired with a fiery kick.

Ordered the scallop & prawn cheese beehoon (14.90), flavor of broth was great. Definitely a dish I would recommend except for the fact that the prawns were not deveined, and the scallops didn’t carry much flavor.

The Ee-Fu noodles (9.90) were definitely tasty with a good mushroomy flavor, and came with deep fried scallops and half shelled prawn. The prawns were pretty decent, but the scallops were fried to a crisp which didn’t go too well with the dish

Had the meat cake (3.00), which was basically a fish cake.

Also the braised large intestines (4.00), these came with a strong smell, which I couldn’t stomach but definitely good for intestine loving diners.

Came on Christmas Day.

Risotto 8.5/10. would love if there was more parm. But good, earthy dish and great flavours.

Burnt Brussels today was 8/10. Every time I come here it’s a little different. Sometimes soggier. sometime crispier. Most of the time it’s swimming in oil. Today’s one was solid though.