460 Alexandra Road
#01-33 Alexandra Retail Centre
Singapore 119963

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Out of the few restaurants in ARC, this place has never attracted me for no reason. But so surprised when I finally tried it (was forced to by colleague lol), as it’s not bad at all!

First time trying a rougamo and I loved it. Ordered the basic pork variant, and the buns are super flaky, matching really well with the savoury and juicy pork filling. This is surprisingly filling as well though the size looks quite unassuming

They have set meals but have been ordering their rougamos so far


📍 Qin Ji Rougamo
460 Alexandra Rd, 01 - 33, Singapore 119963
Floor 1 · Alexandra Retail Centre

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This bun was so yummy. It's chock-full of meat at $5.80 per pc and warm and crispy while being juicy all at once.

Lunch set at $15.90, sour and spicy sweet potato noodles with minced pork- very umami and tasty!

Without much publicity on the social media, you might not aware of this food chain that come from China.

They are specialise with their signature crispy baked meat bun, a snack originated from Shan Xi and Si Chuan.

There’s also some options on hot Chinese noodle as well. So if you can’t decide what to get, go for any of the 4 sets that comes with both items.

Set D consists of the pickled cabbage fish with rice noodles, cumin pork rougamo and choice of drink.

The pickled cabbage fish you could expect a sour and spicy taste of soup, together with pieces of fish and rice noodles.

As for the cumin pork rougamo, it is very crispy outside and hot inside with the pork meat stuffed within.

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A good rendition at a fast casual. The beehoon was unique and the soup was sharp. The fish came in big slices, although I'd appreciate more.

Cold Skin Noodles (涼皮) at $4.90 and Sour & Spicy sliced fish thick beehoon (酸辣魚米線)at $7.90. The cold noodles was super good and tasted pretty much like the ones I had in China. My mum had the sliced fish noodles, which was not spicy at all, despite having dried chillies flowing in the broth.

Love the crispy chickpeas that were added to both our noodles dishes though! They added an amazing crunch to our noodles😍, making this meal super enjoyable