35 Students Walk
Singapore 639548

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07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

- Stir-fry sliced pork with various vege
- Stir-fry juicy Chinese cabbage with carrots
- Stir-fry spiced chicken
🚩大米先生(Mr Rice Mixed Rice), Canteen 2, 35 Students Walk, Singapore 639548

Loving the big portion.
- Savoury scrambled eggs with chive
- Stir-fry cucumber with white peanut
- Delicious boiled slice fish
🚩大米先生(Mr Rice Mixed Rice), Canteen 2, 35 Students Walk, Singapore 639548

Yummy and value-for-money chicken cutlet ($4.80). Asked for the lady to take out the mayo and add more cheese 😋 while they are very generous with the cheese, it can make the crispy skin soggy. Still very delicious! Chicken cutlet was juicy and thick. Really worth it!

The Xiao Long Bao was delicious as usual, but one broke before we got to dig in 😢 the Red Bean Pancake was surprisingly delicious. The bread part tasted like a butterfry, with some red bean inside. The sesame seeds made it really fragrant as well. Please give it a try if you happen to be around 😊

I think it’s worth the price as the portion of the fish is big and it tastes real good !!! Definitely love the kimchi !!

I would say , the aunty is very friendly and energetic, she will always greet customer by saying “ 小弟/ 小妹要吃什么?”
The food is quite nice especially the kimchi ! It taste fresh and delicious!! For the price I think is affordable and the portion is big ! Plus, there’s free flow kimchi!

Canteen food are always cheap but quality can be quite meh, and you think to yourself “you pay for what you get”. but this stall is a rare gem.

6 juicy, yummy XLB for $4.30?!?! And $4 for those wonderfully flavoured 红油抄手 (Sichuan Spicy Wonton in red oil) ?!?? Take my money!

I’m gonna miss these so much when I graduate. Sigh.