1 Wallich Street
#B2-04 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078881

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

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From the Burpple community

my second time eating this but i felt that the first round was better.

not too oily and and packed with meat and some veg

Would recommend the value-for-money set that comes with a drink. The milk tea with grass jelly ($4.20) was fragrant in tea aroma, not too sweet, and with chewy jelly.

First time trying this XiAn speciality snack and enjoyed the tender braised pork meat in a crispy and highly flaky baked bun. Decent portion of fillings that wasn’t overly oily or salty. Only wish was for more vegetables for better balance.

Sour and spicy potato noodle with minced pork ($8) - Ultra chewy noodles (loved it!) tossed in a rich mala broth. Heavy on the MSG but hearty. Served with minced meat, crispy deep fried chickpeas, and preserved vegetables.

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Ordered a Pork Rougamo ($4.90) and Grass Jelly Milk Tea ($2.90). Prices are exclusive of GST.

The Pork Rougamo consisted of shredded pork meat and capsicum in a baked crispy (and flaky) bun. The bun was 💯 and the filling was so flavourful and juicy! Only towards the end you’d realise that the juice was relatively oily but it wasn’t jelak and I think it’s fairly worth the calories for this taste 😂

The Grass Jelly Milk Tea was smooth and not too sweet, I’d say it’s worth purchasing!

Would come back to try the main dishes!

A Xi'An street specialty, this sandwich wrap resembles a scaled down, palm sized version of the murtabak. The crispy 'sandwich' reminds me of prata - execept that it wasnt fried with ghee (phew) but rather, baked in a wok/pan. The exterior was incredibly crispy that flakes fall off with each bite. They're many different fillings available. I had the signature pork, where the pork flakes were stewed in a blend of secret spices and mixed with crunch green capsicums. It looked kinda like tuna. The pork flakes were super tender and juicy - I appreciate how it doesnt reek of oil or gets overly salty - tho at some bites, you do realise you're biting into some bits of fats (negligible i would say!). At $4.90++, this is definitely an affordable lunch choice in the CBD area. The big eaters may consider to add-on a bowl of their signature suan la fen to complete the meal! You know this appeal to the office crowd from the long queue at lunch time and also... sightings of plenty Westerners in the queue!

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