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535 Clementi Road
Block 51 Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Singapore 599489

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Monday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Friday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 02:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Ordered the western cuisine, uncle was generally rude to customers, raising his voice, showing attitude, etc. maybe cause he assumes all customers are students? unacceptable.

[Halal] I get behind more humble cuisine choices from time to time, and one favourite would have to be the Chicken Char Siew Noodles from my alma mater, Ngee Ann Polytechnic. :’D

You can find this at the halal chicken rice stall which is located somewhere at the eastern end side of the cafeteria. It’s very affordable at $2.50, fairly delicious and above all, pretty darn satisfying. They have variations with roasted chicken as well as chicken cutlet, both of which are priced the same as this one! 😋 (7.3/10)

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$0.50 per piece. Extremely big. Usually siew mais in other hawker centres tend to be very small and not fulfilling, however, the one at Makan Place was an exception. It was huge and very tasty, certainly one that had flavour and seasoning to it! Would recommend especially if you are a dim sum lover. Affordable and nice!

$0.70. Extremely cheap and worth it considering the generous amounts of red bean fillings. It was not only good but also sweet, which is what a red bean pau should have been. I would have hoped for the pau to be bigger so that it is more satisfying and that the dough used could be softer. Personally one of the better paus in Ngee Ann Polytechnic!

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$2.50. Extremely cheap and good food and I really love this store very much due to its good service and speed, at the same time, maintaining the quality of the food they prepare. The ban mian is one of the best in school, not too hard and not too soft in texture. The yolk was running and definitely one of the most shiok things in this dish! Always love eating this dish and just drinking the soup as well. My comfort food.

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70 cents only!! This bread is really amazing because the yam filling was very sweet and generous. While the yam was inconsistent throughout, it didn't matter because the yam was just fantastic! Definitely an affordable and bread that was worth it.

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