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The stall roasts their own char siew instead of getting ready made ones from the supplier.
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Sliced in fairly thick chunks, the char siew is reasonably well-roasted with a nice color and charred bits on the exterior. The cut used is rather lean but fortunately not tough and dry.
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The highlight is their handmade egg noodle which the stall owner make from scratch at the stall every afternoon. It is rare to find noodle stalls that still make their own noodle yet One Mouth Noodle persist in doing so and that deserves a salute from me.
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I guess the result speaks for itself as the thinner than usual mee kia is delightfully springy with a lovely bite. Dressed in a concoction of light soy and fragrant oil, I thoroughly enjoyed this artisanal noodle.
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Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/12/one-mouth-noodle-char-siew-wanton.html?m=1

More worth it to go for the $5 portion where you get wayyyyy more chicken meat. Chicken breast meat is on point as always!

Rice wasn’t as well cooked with some undercooked rice. Expect really greasy rice that will make you feel jelak after awhile. Chicken breast meat was firm but yet juicy. The achar helps bring out your appetite with the lightly sourish notes.

His favourite & her favourite = sinful after meal desserts but yummy😋

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Great chewy noodles paired with tender beef slices and mild spicy soup. Love the generous amount of spring onions! With Burpple Beyond’s 1 for 1, it’s only $13.80 nett for two bowls of noodles and two drinks which is superb value.

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They served 2 different pots, black and white.
Feature the black pot (which I prefer more).
It’s a dry style of claypot, when the chicken and veggies are stir fry.
It’s not spicy at all and we can adjust to our preference with the condiments that provided.
Beside that we also can top up meat or veggie to it. 💰$9.8 ( for single pot).
📍Flaming Chicken Pot.
Hiao Hoe Eating house.
Block 747 Yishun street 72.

Taste: Prawn and Pork wanton in Soup. There are about 8 huge pieces of wanton. Substantial portion.

Atmosphere: Clean and well-maintained store. Utensils and cutlery are always dust free.

Service: Staff was very friendly and prompt to response. Food was served within 10 minutes. Great service!

Price: ~$7

Where to find this place: Northpoint, South Wing

This is the nearest place from my house that I will visit when I craving for Indonesia’s chilli.
The chicken was tender, topped with homemade chilli (very shiok) and served with frangant nasi lemak.
And I asked for extra 2 type of chilli to served with, Coz I’m big fan of chilli 😆.
💰$5.5.
📍Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang.
51 Yishun Ave 11, Yishun Park Hawker Center.

I ordered a roasted chicken rice for one ($3.50).
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My order came with a bowl of rice, a bowl of soup and a portion of chicken breast served on a separate plate.
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The chicken meat is topped with shredded scallions and fried garlic bits while underneath it is a portion of bean sprouts dressed in a savory mix of soy sauce and sesame oil.
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One of the main reason why I chose Qi Le over other chicken rice stalls is because I found out from the reviews that they give out a large bowl of soup with every order.
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It seems the soup they serve here is similar to what your grandmother would make and not the usual sad bowl of tasteless hot water spammed with spring onions.
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Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/12/qi-le-chicken-rice-blk-744-yishun.html?m=1

I’m sure there’s something for everyone here. Recommended for family gatherings!