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A cross between local and PRC. The bags were big compared to most local wantons. These and the soup were both okay.

Biang biang refers to the thick noodles similar to the local mee hoon kway, except they're served much longer. I never liked very thick noodles so eating this was kinda off-putting. The seasoning was quite yummy though. Together with the ingredients it's a homey dish.

Biang biang refers to the thick noodles similar to the local mee hoon kway, except they're served much longer. I never liked very thick noodles so eating this was kinda off-putting. The spicy and sour soup was quite sharp.

Salt Baked Chicken Thigh with Noodle

(from Lam's Signature)

From 老沈鸡丝面
Popular among the morning regulars.
Tasty bowl of handcrafted noodles.
Tender shredded chicken, springy fish dumpling (鱼饺) & dry Mee Pok.
Wallet friendly prices.
Flavourful experience.

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The cream cheese was a bit too thick for my liking, but the moist layer of cake in between the cream cheese and bread surprisingly helped lift the flavour profile of the whole bun. This made for a great post-meal snack.

Located in the heartlands of Toa Payoh Lorong 6, head down to this fuss-free eatery for affordable Thai wanton mee and authentic dishes. At just $5.80, enjoy their signature Thai Wanton Mee for chewy noodles, thick cuts of char siew, crispy lard and juicy dumplings! Kick up the heat with their Tom Yum Noodle Soup Kuay Teow ($5.80), paired with side dishes of Thai Basil Minced Pork ($7.80) and Tom Yum Goong (Prawn) ($9.80).

THIS THING IS HUGE. it’s my first time trying this bread and i love it!! theres chocolate cake and cream cheese in the bread and it’s supposed to taste like tiramisu(?) but there was no coffee flavour which i did not mind as i’m not a huge coffee fan. the cream cheese was smooth + the cake and bread were so soft wowz and i could actually taste the rum in the filling 🥂

If you prefer butter cream frosting to fresh cream, this is the cup cake for you. Plus the cake itself is moist and rich. So for butter cream frosting fans. Do give this place a try.

Got this to share between 4 people. You may be a bit hungry if you’re only eating this. We got some har cheong gai from another staff in this coffeeshop today share too. Tbh it wasn’t spectacular, but I liked that they used pork belly instead of lard and that there were some clams in the dish that you don’t normally find in hokkien mee.