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In fact, you most probably would gone to have a fish soup stall if you would like to have fish soup/noodles. However, this place caught me by surprise, and a good one in fact, as their XO Fish Meat Bee Hoon ($6) is absolutely amazing. The richness of the broth with a mild sweetness from the XO and hint of heat from the ginger slices makes it’s so drinkable while the huge chunks of fish meat is an absolute bang for your buck. If you are around the area, I will highly recommend you give this a try!
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Hong Kong Street Long Ji
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Unit 01-1601, Singapore 560151

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Most of the zhichar stalls are known for their stir-fried dishes and the last thing you would think of that will be good is fish head/fish meat bee hoon. In fact, you most probably would gone to have a fish soup stall if you would like to have fish soup/noodles. However, this place caught me by surprise, and a good one in fact, as their XO Fish Meat Bee Hoon ($6) is absolutely amazing. The richness of the broth with a mild sweetness from the XO and hint of heat from the ginger slices makes it’s so drinkable while the huge chunks of fish meat is an absolute bang for your buck. If you are around the area, I will highly recommend you give this a try!
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Hong Kong Street Long Ji
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Unit 01-1601, Singapore 560151

@ Sumo Big Prawn
🍽 FUD FOR THE TUMMY
• Sumo Big Prawn Noodle - Beehoon ($8)
• Sumo Crayfish Noodle - Yellow Noodle & Beehoon ($15)

During the historic summit meeting between President Trump and Chairman Kim, they had a working lunch session and one of the menu items happened to be two of our local zhi char dishes put into one. Clearly, the chef who thought of this had to be a genius to pair two supposedly separate items together. This got me all curious and off I went to order yangzhou fried rice with sweet and sour pork at one of our local zhi char stalls. True enough, magic happened and I wonder why nobody had thought of this sooner. Hearty in portion, savoury, tangy and sweet in flavour, these two supposedly standalone dishes came together as one, with peace and in harmony.
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Hong Kong Street Zhen Ji
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Unit 01-1601, Singapore 560151

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@ Kow Loon Hong Kong Dim Sum 九龙香港点心
🍽 FUD FOR THE TUMMY
• Steamed Crystal Bun ($3)
• Steamed Pork Dumplings ($5)
• Shrimp Dumplings ($3.80)
• Special Dairy Salted Bun ($3.80)
• Minced Pork Shrimp Dumplings ($3)

This one here literally explodes with generous amount of minced pork & soup beneath the crusty Asian pita that’s not too oily. Would certainly do better with thinner skin but for $1.50 each served in a chinese restaurant-style setting without GST & service charges? This is undoubtedly a hidden gem in AMK 😘 Where else would you guys recommend?
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📍Shanghai Renjia
151 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5
#01-3046 S560151
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Even though it might look plain and tasteless, it’s actually a flavour bomb in a bowl. Tastefully tossed in pork lard oil, each strand of noodles is coated evenly with the oil which makes it even more appetizing. The char siew has been smoked and sliced in a substantial size that’s unfamiliar to our usual wanton noodles, which is usually served with the thin, dry and dyed meat that they call “char siew”. I was truly impressed by this stall and it totally lived up to its hype.
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Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Singapore 560151

Be prepared to wait for your food to arrive though as everything is made to order and do not expect for a wide array of options as there are only several staples in the entire menu. Besides the Sheng Jian Baos, you definitely cannot leave without ordering their Xiao Long Baos ($6), both equally impressive in my opinion. The chef was so confident in his xiao long baos that I overheard him telling another diner that he does not serve vinegar and ginger to go with it as there’s enough flavours in each dumplings from the broth to the pork. That alone is a true testament on the quality of the food.
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Shanghai Ren Jia
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Unit 01-3046, Singapore 560151