[CLOSED] NTUC Foodfare (Clifford Centre)

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24 Raffles Place
#B1-01/10 Clifford Centre
Singapore 048621

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15 Mar’21, Mon🌤
📍Clifford Centre NTUC Foodfare
- Korean Spicy Chicken Soup🥘

Pretty disappointed by the soup, as plain as it looks, not much ingredients inside, a few pieces of tofu, few pieces of marinated chicken meat (really like few pcs), some enoki mushrooms and kimchi and that’s about it...

I think I was full from the soup and rice...

Taste wise, it’s okay but just, perhaps I can get something better...

Damage: $6.50

feeling broke from all the 11.11 shenanigans. So here’s a bowl of the cheapest food I can find in Foodfare. This seemingly harmless mee soto actually broke me out into a sweat with the Super potent Chili, I prolly shouldn’t have mixed them all in at the start 🥵⁣⁣⁣

$6.30. Pricey for an Ayam Penyet. Not hot & crispy skin, dry on the inside. Soup was bland, chili not fragrant 😕 overall, not sth I would go back again unless I need food real fast (super fast service)

Why spend $15 when you can spend $5.50 on this reliable and hearty Japanese meal at Clifford Centre foodfare 😂 This was my comfort food when days got tough. Generous portions, really value for money and comes with soup too!

This porridge is from the same store as the ban mian store and it’s not bad! I got the century egg and pork porridge and they were quite generous with the century eggs. For health-conscious people, they even provide a brown rice version of this porridge. Next time I get this, I think I’d splurge and add an egg just to top it off.

This dumpling you mian was decently nice. I had it dry and the noodles were really springy and good. Sadly, the dumpling skin was definitely way too thick, and even so, some of my dumplings had already burst before eating. However, I really liked the noodles a lot, so I may just try their normal ban mian instead in the future!

P.s. I affectionately refer to this foodcourt as “THE aircon food court” while working, because it’s really the only one that comes to my mind :”)
P.p.s. I do not advise eating this during lunch if you’re working because I had a massive food coma and was really struggling to stay awake, but go ahead if you think it’ll be worth it.