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Spring noodles, with a piece of crispy fried wanton, well-seasoned char siew and a bowl of flavorful peppery soup filled with two boiled wanton. The noodles are tossed in a spicy chili sauce, which is abit oily but fragrant.

(S$4 - small)

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Located at 312 Bedok Road, Singapore 469475. .
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Wanton Charsiew Noodle (Dry, ketchup) $5. It’s been awhile since we last came and we are craving for it!! Springy thin noodles soaked in savoury gravy, tender char siew and a few homemade delicious wanton! Indeed, Simplicity at its best! A simple bowl of wanton mee but it satisfy us and our tummy! .
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+$2 for mushrooms & taukee!

Such a rare find - this traditional herbal BKT is sure to make you super satisfied! Add on some youtiao to dip into the herbal soup too. The claypot rice was also not a huge portion but just a right amount to leave some space for dessert.

Besides the rare find of such a type of herbal BKT, this shop also hires ex-convicts & you can support them in their new lease of life while having such gooood food 😊

This was made even better with 30% off with eatigo....so it was only abt $7/pax for the 2 of us? Say wow pls 😍

Ikura, Tobiko and Onsen Egg Claypot {$11} sounds like a mouthful; tastes like one too. The generous sprinkling of roe egg adds yummy drops of umami, while adding a Japanese spin on this heritage dish. Really generous for its price, although carnivorous diners might find it worthwhile to share a double portion which includes meat.

🚇: Tanah Merah
💵: $10+
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$1.70 new price since beginning of the year.
Classical cold dessert with big sago balls, snow fungus, dried longan, sweet potato cubes, sliced dried persimmon and mini candied winter melon cubes.
Satisfying of course.

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Very lovely meal rice had a nice charred. Additional 🌟 for the great condiments. Will please the entire family and the hipsters. Now you have to choose between this and Ah Chong claypot rice opposite at East village..

It’s comforting and reminds me that I’m home. Their QQ fish balls and flavourful minced meat balls are so my favourites. 😋
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Where to dine?
Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok
306 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469466
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#OurHawkerCulture #WhatMakesSingapore

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We also tried the new addition, which is sinful as it sounds and I loved the crisp texture; further seasoned with furikake.

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Braised for 12h in a well-balanced sauce, the trotters was quite well executed. Falls off the bone easily, melt-in-your-mouth tender with a good proportion of meat/ fats!

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The dish that started it all is still my favorite! Braised with more than 15 herbs/ spices, the meat was superbly tender and tasty; served with an unconventional runny onsen egg for a creamier texture.

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Melt-in-your-mouth tender from a 16h sousvide process before pansearing; had a good balance of sweet-umami flavour.

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I ordered a 10” porchetta calzone for $13. The Calzone contains generous amount of pork belly, melting mozzarella cheese coupled with cherry tomatoes to make the dish more refreshing.

The Calzone crust was baked evenly throughout with a little char on top. The pork belly is really tender and nicely seasoned and the cherry tomatoes complement the meat well. I only wished that the pork belly skin would be crispier.

Reasonably priced and delicious!
P.S.: I saw baileys tiramisu and risotto as well, might return to try them.

Verdict: 4/5