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This stall is located near the upper cross street entrance.

Theres 2 roasted meat stall side by side here. Decided to eat the stall on the right as there's a longer queue.

Overall, the dish was so so.

Char siew: sweet but so so only. Nothing fantastic

Roasted pork: so so, quite dry. Nothing fantastic

Roasted duck: lots of bones but taste damn good. Will definitely return next time just for the duck meat.

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Interestingly, this plate of shredded chicken hor fun ($3.5) has a very distinct star anise flavour which is embedded in their gravy, giving it a good mix of savoury and spiciness. The slippery soft noodles, extremely tender chicken slices, and huge juicy are all drenched in the glistening gravy - needless to say, each bite was simply divine!

As much as it is very tasty and makes you forget about the rest of the world during the slurping session, it is highly recommended to slurp everything up CAREFULLY to prevent "messy splatters" 😂

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 8.5 ants
💰Value: 9 ants
📍Convenience: 8 ants


Served piping hot in claypot filled with dark savoury sauce with strong ginger fragrance, and topped with a fistful of spring onion, the frog meat is extremely tender and sweet! We mixed the dark gravy sauce with the porridge, giving it a nice velvety texture 😋

Also, as it is situated in a hawker centre, you could also order other varieties of food such as Mala or beer to complement the frog porridge 😉 Will definitely be back for this!

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 8.5 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 9 ants



Fluffy as clouds .... ...

I used to have to get to the east to get my Putu Piring fix but thanks to Azizd’s Putu Piring ,
I can now get my Putu Piring with ease.

I love that this Putu piring is so fluffy and the the ratio of flour to gula Melaka is just right .

I actually prefer this to the one I had in the east .

I am not surprised if Long queues start forming .

For those of you who are as easily lost like me , this Hawker is the one next to OG people’s park.
( yes - the one with lots and lots of china food stalls )

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First time trying Mala Xiang Guo because I don't take spicy food and I cannot stand oily food. Went for xiao la and zhong la from Ri Ri Hong Ma La Xiang Guo. I would say that it is worth the try for people like me who cannot take spicy food at all. It was not numbing at all, but you still feel that slight heat to it. To be fair, it isn't super oily, but personally I don't fancy oily food so a little bit of oil would have been gerlak for me.
Also ordered some other sides like dumplings, wanton mee, roasted meat, etc. I honestly cannot remember how they tasted like as my belly exploded from just eating the mala alone.
Oh yea, also purchased Bunnies Bread which was nearby! Got peanut, red bean, garlic and curry. Gave the peanut away to another friend. The garlic was a little disappointing as it was not strong in its garlic taste. The curry one tasted a little sweet (not to my liking). However you can never go wrong with red bean :D will try the other flavours again next time!

@misschinatownsg mural wall is reminiscent of scenes in the 60s where the bold neons lit up the streets as if it was daytime. The new kid on top of the block is looking like it will rejuvenate that roof top space once more.