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Ayer Rahah food centre is famous for its variety if delicious Malay food so New Chomp Chomp BBQ is a great addition. Tried it fir the second time this weekend and is hapoy ti announce everything we have ordered turned out delicious! You know how everything from bbq seafood stall generally tastes similar drenched in the same sambal flavour? Each item from our order today had a different taste profile. Asides from the sambal stingray which was grilled perfectly with crisp on the edges, the lala was cooked chilli crab style which is somewhat different from the usual sambal. Lastly, they have chicken dishes at this seafood stall too! We had the salted egg yolk chicken this time and was impressed as it tasted like the ones form good tze char stall.
For 3 dishes and a white rice, we paid $35.50 .
Large sambal stingray, small lala and salted egg yolk chicken.

Penang prawn noodles? Never heard of, we’re the first timer for sure! Only in soup-based here, kinda spicy but glad we gave it a try, it’s super delicious! I believe the thickness, contents and consistency dictate whether if it’s worth it. TOTALLY NO RAGRETS! 🔥🔥🔥

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Inexpensive yet generous dish portions with super quick preparation and serving time⚡️Everything on the list is a must order except the vegetables (tasted super normal) and mingzhu roll which failed to live up to its hype as seen in alot of food bloggers’ reviews☹️ The fish maw comes with a substantial amount of real handpicked crab meat!!
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🍽 FUD FOR THE TUMMY
• Nonya Inspired Halibut - Small ($18)
• Marmite Chicken - Small ($12)
• Mingzhu Roll - Small ($12)
• Chilli Crab 2pcs ($68)
• Lotus Heaven Macadamia - Small ($10)
• Fish Maw & Crab Meat Soup - Small ($40)
• Moonlight Horfun - Small ($6)
• Steamed Mantou 6pc ($7.20)
• Rice ($0.80)
• Ice Lemon Tea ($2)
• Ice Water ($0.50)

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one does not usually see top shell and fish dumplings (her kiao) in a bowl of mee pok. but the version here is done well with tender, chewy noodles and springy meat. quite inaccessible for me but i liked this bowl of noodles a lot!

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mee siam from hani was excellent. the nutty and tangy gravy was bursting with flavours. easily. my top choice here today. kway chap ingredients from he xing were all nicely cooked and the portion was generous as well. slight herbal taste in the broth. the roast meat from the stall facing the main road was ok. this pathetic portion was 5 bucks. should have just gone for the normal 3.5 portion with rice. did not like the sauce. but the bite of the meats were above average to be fair. won't queue for this again. but will queue for the other two. ordered sugar cane from the stall beside the chwee kueh stall. good choice cos they used fresh lemon instead of the lemon syrup/essence. still got simi nice hawker centres to recommend me? thank you in advance. 6 per pax. #meesiam #kwaychap #charsiew #siobak #sugarcane #burpple #whati8today #sgeats #sgfoodie #sgfood

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I don’t usually eat indian rojak but when i do, i go for the best one. This is somewhat like our chinese wu xiang xia bing, with ingredients and gravy / sauce by the side.
What makes the indian rojak here so good is that their ingredients are freshly prepared & fried on the spot so they are hot & crispy when served. The sauce is also excellent; it has a thick consistency with a hint of lingering spiciness.

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I don’t usually eat indian rojak but when i do, i go for the best one. This is somewhat like our chinese wu xiang xia bing, with ingredients and gravy / sauce by the side.
What makes the indian rojak here so good is that their ingredients are freshly prepared & fried on the spot so they are hot & crispy when served. The sauce is also excellent; it has a thick consistency with a hint of lingering spiciness.

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All that rage over Otah Sandwich lately and this was yet another good variant from their all-day breakfast menu — the Otah here is more paste-like rather than being served in a slab sandwiched between toast. Blended with their own house-made rempah spices, the Otah undeniably carries a strong hint of spices that is signature to Otah, while coming with a punchy spiciness that should be manageable for those who can tolerate moderate levels of spiciness. Even the wholemeal bread is toasted on point; sufficiently crisp without losing much of its texture — very delicious!

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So brought the family all the way to Queenstown for this for early father's day celeb last Thur ~~ (it was already super crowded on a normal Thursday night) #burpple #burpplesg #kengengkee #kengengkeeseafood #kengengkeeseafoodrestaurant

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A plate of standard Beehoon with ingredients costs $3. I add on a piece of fried tofu for my breakfast.

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