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It's very affordable and value for money, and taste is above average.
Feature :
💕Fried Rice with salted fish - $6/ Medium.
💕Thai Fish Maw Soup - $12/ Medium.
💕Sweet Potato leaves with garlic -$8 /Small.
💕Chicken with Prawn paste - $10/Small.

📍Bei Sheng Taste Of Thailand.
Block 701A, yishun Ave 5, #01-01

Bun was fluffy and soft, fillings were quite standard. A pretty good deal for the price - sometimes it goes down to an even lower price during Flash Deals too.

We visited on a weekday evening and there was about 1-2 people in the queue, wait was not too long.

The dimsum executed very well, the presentation is good, for the taste is more hit than miss.
I like their Snow Pear Dumpling with Shrimp and Minced Chicken($4.5),Pan Fried Pumpkin and yam cake ($3.5) and their scallion noodle oil ($3.8).
Definitely will go back when dine in is available, I believe the taste will be better, dim sum is preferred to eat while is warm. But its good enough to satisfy my craving.

For pre order can WhatsApp 8921 1929,and to view their menu can visit this link https://chaoyuexuan.mymenu.com.sg/

PS: they charge for the takeaway containers (for every dim sum😅) and have GST.

📍Chao Yue Xuan Dim sum.
Junction 9.
18 yishun avenue 9, #01-23.

Simply the best in Yishun !!!
Worth the 1 hr queue on a Saturday morning

Prices are kept low and the main reason for the superb gravy is because they used a lot of hi bee hiam

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Munchi offers a huge selection of MJK in original, charcoal and green tea skin with a choice of fillings such as peanut, coconut, red bean and sesame. Other than MJK, they also have pancakes with a more variety of fillings like Belgian chocolate, cream cheese, honey cheese, ice cream, mao shan wang, matcha, oreo cheese and Thai milk tea.

The usual peanut MJK consist of ground peanut and sugar but over at munchi, they use housemade peanut butter that is chunky and crunchy. Other than the colour, there isn’t much taste to the charcoal flavoured skin. I like the soft, fluffy and chewy skin when goes together with the thick and rich peanut filling makes it a very satisfying snack 》$1.30

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Rice, Aburi Chicken, Sautéed Corn, Onsen Egg 》$7

The aburi pork belly was noteworthy from being marinated in shoyu for up to 48 hours before they are cooked sous vide-style with a charred abrui finish. Although the pork belly was well marinated and thinly sliced, the meat was a little on the tough side but I like the distinct charred notes on it. This reminded me of the thinner version of Korean bbq pork belly.

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Base ($1)
Rice / Soba Noodles / Garden Salad

Protein(s)
Chicken ($3) / Pork ($4) / Salmon ($6) / Unagi ($9) / Beef ($12)

Sauce
Sweet Teriyaki / Truffle Shoyu / Spicy Nacho Cheese / Truffle Mayo

Side(s)
$1 / Portion
Edamame / Onsen Egg / Crinkle Fries / Sautéed Corn / Sautéed Mushrooms

$1.50 / Portion
Potato Salad / Coleslaw / Fluffy Tamago / Lok-Lok Broccoli / Steamed Broccoli

$2 / Portion
Baby Octopus / Takoyaki (3pcs) / Onion Rings (4pcs) / Crispy Chicken Skin / Salmon Belly Bites

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Rice, chicken, teriyaki sauce, onsen egg and lok-lok broccoli 》$6.50

Hideki is a Japanese Fusion Poké Bowl Concept where you can freely select your favourite choices to satisfy your taste buds. It allows us to build our own bowl where we start off by picking our base, protein and sides then finished with a complimentary sauce of our choice.

The chicken was marinated for up to 48 hours with a secret shoyu marinade before they are cooked sous vide-style to retain their juiciness and end off with a charred abrui finish. It was firm to the bite, served with a nicely torched exterior with smoky notes to the meat. One of my favourite sides will be the lok-lok broccoli that was fragrant, slightly charred and crispy.

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Base ($1)
Rice / Soba Noodles / Garden Salad

Protein(s)
Chicken ($3) / Pork ($4) / Salmon ($6) / Unagi ($9) / Beef ($12)

Sauce
Sweet Teriyaki / Truffle Shoyu / Spicy Nacho Cheese / Truffle Mayo

Side(s)
$1 / Portion
Edamame / Onsen Egg / Crinkle Fries / Sautéed Corn / Sautéed Mushrooms

$1.50 / Portion
Potato Salad / Coleslaw / Fluffy Tamago / Lok-Lok Broccoli / Steamed Broccoli

$2 / Portion
Baby Octopus / Takoyaki (3pcs) / Onion Rings (4pcs) / Crispy Chicken Skin / Salmon Belly Bites

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Ordered the Nasi Ayam Boomeranz ($7), which came with a box of seasoned rice and a fried whole chicken leg. Rice tastes good and really full of flavor. The soy sauce elevates the taste and the crumbs adds that nice crispy texture. Price point is affordable with big portions too.

Food here feels a bit like street food hence can be tad greasy / oily and heaty, as though the oil has been reheated multiple times. Nevertheless, I think it’s worth a try.

Service needs improvement. There are constant queues with long waiting times and missed orders, so be prepared to wait.

Hot weather
So get the @mr.coconutsg Coconut Latte series to cool down.
Coconut Latte (S$5.60)
Chocolate Coconut Latte (S$5.80)
Gula Melaka Coconute Latte (S$5.80)

Thank @mr.coconutsg for the giveaway @ Mr Coconut

1-for-1 Sourdough Pizza (S$16)

Mushroom
Cheddar cheese, vegan 'parmesan', assorted wild mushrooms, extra virgin olive oil, dried herbs and spices

Broccoli
Yogurt, cheddar cheese, grated parmesan cheese, broccoli, extra virgin olive oil

Available at @rf_yishun till 6 June

$8 for 20??? 🤤😭
We tabao (takeaway) the frozen one $10 for 30 without fail, every time we visit.
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We unanimously agreed that this is our favourite Chinese Stall, and that’s quite something for a family with a Chinese taste bud!

We look forward to having Chinese food, cooked by PRC Chinese whenever we visit our gramps at Yishun! Usually the store’s wooden tables would be filled with boisterous Chinese families enjoying their dishes with drinks... that’s when you know it’s good right!! Seems like they do mass orders too, as seen from their massive spread and huge generous scoops 🤤 man I drool just looking from afar...

Pictured here (on Insta @ThamEats) are a few of our top hits:
1. Fried Large Intestines [$16]
- really a rare find in Singapore, so it stays at the top of our list even though it’s quite pricey
2. Fried Dumplings [20 pieces for $8 🤤]
- huge chunk of well marinated meat in thin crisp skin, I can’t ask for anything more HAHA oh but ya cause it’s deep fried, the meet inside doesn’t retain much juice. Ild have it with their chilli oil over ginger and vinegar for the perfect pairing)
3. Twice cooked pork [$12 alarcarte, $5 if ordered with rice as a meal]

Unpictured but really recommend:
1. Beef Noodle Soup [$5?]
- Broth is real sick, thick, deep you gotta try for yourself, noodles is Super Q, we usually request to separate them when we takeaway
2. Steamed Dumpling
- we tried this before trying the deep fried one, has thicker skin than the deep fried one, it’s the thick Chinese dumpling, but with awesome soup in the dumplings. These are different from your korean dumplings/mandu
3. Mapo Tofu [$8 alarcarte, $5 with rice]
- tbh feel like the alarcarte is overpriced, but it’s good haha the marination is executed to perfection, they cook it to how I imagine perfect mapo tofu to be. Smooth cubes doused in sour sauce with a spice kick at the end. Perfect pairing with rice
4. Shredded potatoes with rice [$5]
- wouldn’t get this alarcarte [$8] though it’s an option, I appreciate the attention to ingredient in the dish! Fresh sliced garlic, stir fried with the mala peppercorn, dried chilli 🌶, spring onion topped unto the shredded potatoes... glorious carbs

Erm special mention to their rice and chilli oil :-) rice is very nicely cooked, each grain separated from another, but firm enough for a substantial bite. Chilli oil, I’ve been loving chilli oil.

We unanimously agreed that this is our favourite Chinese Stall, and that’s quite something for a family with a Chinese taste bud!

We look forward to having Chinese food, cooked by PRC Chinese whenever we visit our gramps at Yishun! Usually the store’s wooden tables would be filled with boisterous Chinese families enjoying their dishes with drinks... that’s when you know it’s good right!! Seems like they do mass orders too, as seen from their massive spread and huge generous scoops 🤤 man I drool just looking from afar...

Pictured here (on Insta @ThamEats) are a few of our top hits:
1. Fried Large Intestines [$16]
- really a rare find in Singapore, so it stays at the top of our list even though it’s quite pricey
2. Fried Dumplings [20 pieces for $8 🤤]
- huge chunk of well marinated meat in thin crisp skin, I can’t ask for anything more HAHA oh but ya cause it’s deep fried, the meet inside doesn’t retain much juice. Ild have it with their chilli oil over ginger and vinegar for the perfect pairing)
3. Twice cooked pork [$12 alarcarte, $5 if ordered with rice as a meal]

Unpictured but really recommend:
1. Beef Noodle Soup [$5?]
- Broth is real sick, thick, deep you gotta try for yourself, noodles is Super Q, we usually request to separate them when we takeaway
2. Steamed Dumpling
- we tried this before trying the deep fried one, has thicker skin than the deep fried one, it’s the thick Chinese dumpling, but with awesome soup in the dumplings. These are different from your korean dumplings/mandu
3. Mapo Tofu [$8 alarcarte, $5 with rice]
- tbh feel like the alarcarte is overpriced, but it’s good haha the marination is executed to perfection, they cook it to how I imagine perfect mapo tofu to be. Smooth cubes doused in sour sauce with a spice kick at the end. Perfect pairing with rice
4. Shredded potatoes with rice [$5]
- wouldn’t get this alarcarte [$8] though it’s an option, I appreciate the attention to ingredient in the dish! Fresh sliced garlic, stir fried with the mala peppercorn, dried chilli 🌶, spring onion topped unto the shredded potatoes... glorious carbs

Erm special mention to the sour veg fish soup(?) tbh rly not suited for my palette