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The creamy foie gras goes well with the tender, juicy pork cheek. The oozy onsen egg adds another layer of flavor to the dish.

The Simpang Bedok area is certainly a hot spot for mee pok, with at least 3 noodle stalls spotted within the same area.

I went for the stall located at Kwek Seng Huat Eating House based on a friend’s recommendation (he stays in the area and swears by this stall). They have 3 sizes ($4.50, $5.50 & $6.50), and i went for the $5.50 one as i was feeling rather hungry. I enjoyed my bowl of noodles; the mee pok was springy and did not clump up, while the chilli really hit the spot for me. The portion was generous as well; the noodles and ingredients left my tummy full and satisfied.

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I loved the tofu here. This was added on as a side dish to our lunch set. The tofu was so delicate, and the thin layer of fried batter coating it was almost translucent. The soy sauce wasn't too salty, the seaweed flakes were generous and it was all-around an A+ tofu 👌

Price: $2.50 to add to lunch set

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Tasty portion of noodles with prawns, sliced squid, sliced fish & vegetables.
Added the egg too.
Highly recommended!
海鲜食霸

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Giving this side dish a shoutout on its own because I loved it!! The potato was blended into a nice texture where it was smooth but still firm, drizzled with a generous serving of creamy sesame sauce, and served atop a fresh bed of lettuce and cherry tomatoes.

Price: Free with lunch set meal

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They charcoal roast everything there and the skin of the siobak is really crunchy. Roast ducks are also very tender and not so dry and the char siew caramelise without too much fats. Half a duck for $18 and siobak or char siew starts from only $3 per a la carte portion. The char siew wings are OMG... So good at $1.10 each! Best of all, near where we live haha.

Ah Siong Roast Duck
Add: 69 Bedok South Ave 3 (Coffeeshop nearer to main road)

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One of the Apple pie in slices from 168 Western Food.
Not bad.

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These came in 6, 9 or 12-piece portions and are pretty affordable compared to chicken wings sold at other restaurants. The garlic and parmesan taste was light and not too jarring. Overall, a decent appetiser to have with your meal.

Price: 12 pieces for $12.90

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Spy Tip: Order the beef satay! It’s the best of the lot. Chicken is only meh. Remember to ask for more gravy.

Well, for one, it helps to retain the heat. It is old school and food tastes somewhat slightly better.
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I had to try @house_of_happiness_sg lorbak claypot noodles. The braised pork belly was tender, fats melty and decadent. Noodles, perhaps, were abit too much for me. Broth piping hot which was comforting. However, I wished atad more seasoning to the broth were added to bring out a tinge of flavor.
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Would love to try the various claypots and sides but it was just me, myself and I. Perhaps another visit soon.

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This hokkien mee run by an elderly couple is my go-to because I like the 50%/50% bee hoon/mee ratio vs other hokkien mee stalls which are 80% mee. The stock is also way more fragrant than any of those "top 10" hokkien mee such as geylang lor29, Kim's or Kim keat. I guess it's never included in such lists because most food bloggers don't stay in the East (my observation) and bedok corner to them is probably further than JB. Also, you have to practically beg the perennially grumpy auntie to give you even a miniscule amount of chilli paste 🙄
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🚗 : plentiful ERP parking (unsheltered )
💡Stall usually closes by 2015-2030h, cos they prob can't be bothered
💡💡From the looks of his impressive vericose veins, I guess the uncle will soon have to retire from this very labour intensive job of frying your hokkien mee, so come and get it while you can. [again, my PERSONAL observation]