7 Maxwell Road
#01-56 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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11:00am - 01:30pm
04:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 01:30pm
04:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 01:30pm
04:30pm - 10:00pm

03:30pm - 10:00pm

03:30pm - 10:00pm

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I don't usually have my fish soup with milk, but this hits different. Their $6 fried fish soup was of a pretty huge portion, with thick fried fish slices. The fish slices were very fresh, succulent and naturally sweet! Their soup really was the winning card, as it was so robust with the rich fish stock, flavours all intensified with a splash of shaoxing wine and milk. Extremely lovely. Definitely a bowl I don't mind having every day!

pork ribs rice 7/10, nice flavours. pricey side

Made a trip down to Amoy Street Food Centre and I realised that this stall was significantly larger than others. Along with the long lunch queue, I decided to try their food as well.

I got the Beef Hor Fun ($6) and it was so delicious. The hor fun had noticeable wok hei and they were all drenched in this fermented bean sauce that has such complex flavours! You get umami, savouriness as well as aromatics from each bite. Furthermore, the beef slices were tender and some were pretty thick!

If I do work around here, I can see myself coming back for this regularly!

This was my first meal after Phase 2 (Heightened Alert). Ordered the Sheng Mian which had a nice wok hei, it’s loaded with big crunchy prawns atop the egg omelette. The sautéed vegetables was good despite oily with the generous pork lard. They even gave another small plate of pork lard as a side.

I had been craving this for a while, so I ordered the $20 dish alone! It's meant for sharing so obviously I couldn't finish. It's really one of a kind. The fluffy and runny egg completely covers a basic stir-fried noodle that's like sheng mian. What powers the noodles is lard - lots of it. As it's my virgin experience, I don't know was it me, but the noodles seemed semi-cooked only. The only other ingredient, and it's a stunning one, are the giant and crunchy prawns.

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Quan Ji is the king of the hill for tze char at Amoy Street Hawker Centre. The Saturday night dinner crowd attests to that. No one else would go back to their CBD lunch spot on a weekend unless the food was good. The menu is limited but one needs to have FOCUS to do well in life. You cannot sell good tao huey and expect to do good ice kacang. Something’s gotta give. The San Lor Hor Fun had discernible wok hei, although the sauce was nothing to shout about. They were generous with the fish slices tho! Har Cheong Gai was competent, but I would have liked it better if they used parts from the whole chicken instead of just the mid-joints. Cheap & Good! Comes up to less than $20 per pax if you come in a group of 3-4.

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